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Region # Listings Min Price Max Price PPSQFT Downtown San Francisco 184 $196,000 $11,500,000 $1,189 Old San Francisco 56 $510,000 $19,900,000 $1,313 South of Market 328 $3,400 $15,500,000 $1,162 Central District 75 $449,400 $3,995,000 $1,028 South East San Francisco 17 $247,219 $1,290,000 $672 Lake Merced 2 $1,399,000 $1,600,000 $703 Richmond District 33 $559,900 $2,800,000 $931 Sunset District 5 $700,000 $1,900,000 $753 Twin Peaks West 6 $629,000 $1,329,000 $819 Western Addition 58 $449,000 $2,900,000 $1,030
Downtown San Francisco
$196,000 to $11,500,000
Old San Francisco
$510,000 to $19,900,000
South of Market
$3,400 to $15,500,000
$449,400 to $3,995,000
South East San Francisco
$247,219 to $1,290,000
$1,399,000 to $1,600,000
$559,900 to $2,800,000
$700,000 to $1,900,000
Twin Peaks West
$629,000 to $1,329,000
$449,000 to $2,900,000
Downtown San Francisco is the heart of the city of San Francisco, covering the financial district, North Beach and the Civic Center, among other areas. For those working in the financial district, there are plenty of condos in the area that wouldn't require transportation.
Bordered to the north by the San Francisco Bay, District 7 offers a combination of fabulous views and close proximity the best parts of the city center.
South of market (SoMa) is often simplified as everything under Market Street; however, this is not the case. SoMa is easily remembered as everything south of Market Street, from the Moscone Center and 5th Street, all the way to Division. This is a diverse and very urban neighborhood, a mix of industrial lofts, old multi unit buildings and commercial warehouses and companies.
The Central District (aka District 5) in San Francisco is at the center of the city and benefits from being one of the sunnier areas of town.
South East San Francisco (aka District 10) is known as the light industrial, warehouse part of town and as such, offers some of the best values in the city.
The Lake Merced District (aka District 3) is at the far southwest corner of San Francisco. It includes the neighborhoods of Oceanview, Lake Shore, Pine Lake Park, Stonestown, Merced Manor, Merced Heights, Ingleside, Lakeside and Ingleside Heights.
The Richmond District (aka District 1) is in the northwest of the San Francisco and is known for distinctive residential neighborhoods.
The Sunset District, (aka District 2), is in the Central West part of San Francisco next to the ocean and originally right on the sand. It was once called "The Outside Lands" until developers created the neighborhoods of Golden Gate Heights, Inner Sunset, Central Sunset, Outer Sunset, Inner Parkside, Parkside and Outer Parkside.
The neighborhoods in Twin Peaks West include: Mount Davidson Manor, Sherwood Forest, Forest Hill, Forest Knolls, Forest Hill Extension, Balboa Terrace, Diamond Heights, Miraloma Park, Ingleside Terrace, Midtown Terrace, Westwood Park, St. Francis Wood, Monterey Heights, Westwood Highlands and Sunnyside.
Western Addition is a neighborhood in transition. It is close to the lower part of Fillmore Street and south of Geary Street. This area is divided by Webster Street and offers some very affordable housing options.
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Last Updated: 2023-10-03