Portola is one of the “hidden” neighborhoods of San Francisco. Compared to other areas of the city, Portola is not frequently visited, wish is a shame, as the neighborhood features a unique variety of bakeries, restaurants, and markets. Housing here is affordable, and many locals own their own businesses within the community. Approximately one square mile in size, Portola functions as a stand-alone town, and many locals are longtime residents who maintain the cleanliness and upkeep of the area. Despite the neighborhood’s long-standing reputation of remaining under the radar, Portola is one of the biggest residential treasures in San Francisco.
Visitacion Valley is a southeastern San Francisco neighborhood that is often overlooked for its out-of-the-way location. It has a fairly young population and is one of the most affordable neighborhoods in the city. The residential landscape is made up primarily of single-family, above-garage type homes, and large, multi-unit buildings are also available. Leland Avenue serves […]
Despite its central location, Silver Terrace is fairly detached from the rest of the city. Perched above the Bayview, the neighborhood is bordered on most sides by industrial parks and freeways. Silver Terrace is primarily made up of single-family homes, although the original layout was mostly made of two-bedroom homes above garage level. Over the […]
The Outer Mission is a quiet neighborhood that is far removed from the busy Inner Mission. This community is often grouped with the Excelsior neighborhood, as they sit adjacent to each other on San Francisco’s southern border. Housing options here consist of older, single-family homes, many of which were built between the earthquake of 1906 […]