Central San Francisco neighborhood Diamond Heights offers some of the most dramatic views that the city has to offer. A mix of condo complexes, single-family homes, and low-rise apartments makes up the landscape, and detached home styles include Victorians, mansions, and standard family homes. However, the community doesn’t revolve around these structures. Outdoor recreation is popular, especially at the 63-acre Glen Canyon Park, and there are plenty of dog walking and hiking trails available here. Families with children also have a good deal of places to have their kids burn off some steam, including George Christopher Playground, Billy Goat Hill, and Walter Haas Playground. If you’re looking for a serene residential location with a convenient location, visit the Diamond Heights neighborhood.
Westwood Highlands is one of the country’s oldest planned communities. Originally planned as a park, the neighborhood has maintained this original intention as an outdoor oasis thanks to the help of the Westwood Highlands Associations. Regulations on construction and landscaping here are strict, so the land and homes here are beautiful and well-manicured. Located just […]
West Portal is a small residential neighborhood in southwestern San Francisco. The neighborhood’s main corridor, West Portal Avenue, is considered a major shopping district. That’s why it’s often considered a sidewalk destination for residents of the nearby hilly residential neighborhoods that come down for diverse shopping and dining options. This is also because surrounded by […]
Sunnyside is a well-loved residential community tucked near Highway 280 and several other popular neighborhoods. Most homes here were built in the mid-1900s, and they primarily consist of single-family residences. Architectural styles range from stucco abodes to Victorian homes, and both detached houses and row homes are available. Everyday conveniences can be enjoyed by walking […]