Candlestick Point Real Estate

The Candlestick Point real estate district is adjacent to Candlestick Point State Recreation Area, an area famous for its world-class windsurfing and kite boarding. A 204 acre area designated in 1972, Candlestick Point offers some truly wonderful opportunities for outdoor recreation. The neighborhood offers single family homes and condos and has recently been the subject of some new commercial and retail development, bringing the area new and more varied amenities. With its easy access to the 101 and 280 freeways, […]

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Portola Real Estate

The Portola real estate district is a great San Francisco neighborhood with mostly single family homes, some overlooking San Francisco Bay. The neighborhood is named for Don Gaspar de Portola, an 18th century explorer. It is known to be an are alf relatively reasonable home prices combined with good access to downtown and highways 101 and 280. There is diversity, an abundance of small shops and restaurants, a variety of architecture, nature, and a new local library branch, to mention […]

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Little Hollywood Real Estate

Little Hollywood used to be a part of Visitacion Valley and was recently renamed. It is rumored that the area got its name from the number of silent film stars who once lived in the area including Mae West. Little Hollywood real estate includes single family homes and condos, with prices more moderate than in some other areas of San Francisco. There is Bayshore Caltrain station nearby, and the neighborhood contains Little Hollywood Park. You can read a recent article […]

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Bayview Real Estate

In the southern part of San Francisco, Bayview real estate occupies a great, affordable part of town. With quick access to the highways leading to the Peninsula, and the MUNI Light Rail leading into the heart of San Francisco, Bayview real estate is very centrally located. More restaurants and businesses have been moving into the area in recent years, and the Candlestick Park State Recreation Area is also nearby for outdoor recreation. You can read reviews of the Bayview neighborhood, […]

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Hunters Point Real Estate

Hunters Point real estate owners take pride in their neighborhood’s public and backyard gardens. The San Francisco Produce Market here provides local produce to many of San Francisco’s finest restaurants. Properties in the area are still affordable and are comprised primarily of single-family residences. The neighborhood boasts an architectural smorgasbord with some renovated projects, colorful stucco homes, and Victorians. Historically, this area has been the site of some serious pollution concerns, but recent efforts by the city and various agencies […]

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Mission Terrace Real Estate

Mission Terrace real estate is located in a great residential area in San Francisco. The properties are mostly single family homes with some multi unit building thrown in for good measure. The Mission Terrace neighborhood is very close to the transportation along Mission Street, and it offers easy access to the 280 freeway for residents commuting down the peninsula. A Mission Terrace neighborhood coalition has somewhat recently been formed with the goal of working on projects to restore, beautify, and […]

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Excelsior Real Estate

Excelsior real estate consists of a neighborhood of single family homes with new and old time residents. It has been described as a neighborhood that is diverse, quiet, and unpretentious. Mission Street runs along one of the neighborhood’s sides, and its southern border is Geneva Avenue. Excelsior is a great entry-level home market, and a great place to own a house with a backyard. You can read reviews of the Excelsior neighborhood, from Street Advisor.com, here, and this is an […]

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Crocker Amazon Real Estate

Crocker Amazon real estate is comprised mostly of single-family homes. The neighborhood has beautiful views of downtown San Francisco, from certain spots, and it has some of the best weather in the city. Crocker Amazon was part the estate of Charles Crocker, a railroad magnate, hence its name. The area has very nice and affordable homes in San Francisco. It is the home of the Crocker Amazon Playground. You can read reviews of the Crocker Amazon neighborhood, from Street Advisor.com, […]

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Bayview Heights Real Estate

Bayview Heights real estate sits above Candlestick Park overlooking San Francisco Bay. This is a neighborhood that experienced a large amount of growth in the 1940’s when the shipyards were built, drastically increasing the local population. The area has had its ups and downs, and it is an area where it is still possible to find reasonably priced homes. It is close to the Candlestick Point State Recreation Area. You can read reviews of the Bayview Heights neighborhood, from Street […]

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Silver Terrace Real Estate

Silver Terrace real estate is made up mostly of single family homes with a mix of owner occupiers and renters represented. The weather is quite good in this neighborhood, and – with its proximity to the 101 and 280 freeways – it’s a part of town where many people want to live. The neighborhood is the location of the Silver Terrace Playground, and the local area has a walk score of 82. Well priced homes sell quickly here. You can read […]

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