The Sunset, San Francisco’s largest neighborhood, is roughly 450 blocks laid out in a grid of numbered streets and alphabetized avenues. Most of it is quite flat, except for Golden Gate Heights where spectacular view homes sit on streets that twist and wind around Grandview Park and the Golden Gate Heights Playground. The homes in the Outer Sunset are generally post-WWII construction. The Inner Sunset is anchored by the UCSF Medical Center on Parnassus. The homes of the Inner Sunset are built in Victorian and Edwardian styles. The neighborhood has quite a few of the popular Doelger-built homes, known for their high-coved ceilings and gracious floor plans.
If you appreciate quiet subdivisions, large homes, and convenient access to the beach, be sure to check out the Outer Sunset district. This residential oasis offers a quiet place to live without the hustle and bustle of big city San Francisco. Most of the homes are post-WWII constructions, and developer Henry Doelger is responsible for […]
Part family neighborhood and part surfer oasis, Outer Parkside has it all. The neighborhood consists of a large rectangle of space found along the Great Highway on the Pacific Ocean, and the San Francisco Zoo sits directly to its south. Once made up entirely of sand dunes, the community was developed in the 1930s, and […]
Located just south of Golden Gate Park and north of Vicente Street, The Sunset (with its roughly 450 blocks) is the largest neighborhood of San Francisco. Most of the area is rather flat, but urban hikers can climb the picturesque 16th Avenue Tiled Steps to enjoy great views of the whole city. With its laid-back […]