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Central Sunset Real Estate

Initially developed in the 1920s by speculative real estate investor and builder Henry Doelger, the Central Sunset neighborhood represents the heart of San Francisco’s Sunset District, the largest district within the city of San Francisco. Early residents to this relatively quiet neighborhood with a suburban feel consisted primarily of Irish-Americans however the population and ethnic diversity of the Sunset has evolved considerably over the years, with strong representation from Asian-Americans, Russian immigrants, and other families.

Located in San Francisco’s District 2, the Central Sunset neighborhood is bordered by Golden Gate Park to the North, Inner Sunset and Inner Parkside to the East, Parkside to the South, and the Outer Sunset to the West. Central Sunset residents enjoy convenient access to GG Park, Ocean Beach, and friendly family-run restaurants and shops sprinkled throughout the neighborhood. It’s close proximity to 19th Avenue / Highway 1 make the Central Sunset neighborhood a palatable neighborhood for anyone that prefers city life but commutes to work in the Peninsula or South Bay (via Highway 280), or north to Marin County (via Highway 101). Additionally, excellent public transportation is readily available for those who work and play in the city.

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Homes and Condos for sale in the Central Sunset, San Francisco

Homes and Condos for sale in Central Sunset April 9, 2020
1
Listed
49
Avg. DOM
$1,171.04
Avg. $ / Sq.Ft.
$2,499,000
Med. List Price
1 Property
$2,499,000
Subdivision: Central Sunset
4
Beds
4
Baths
2,134
Sq.Ft.
1924
Year Built
50
Days on Site
495253
MLS
3D Virtual Tour and Video Tour available on property website. Spacious and modern 3-story smart home features an attractive full remodel stripped down to the studs and tastefully renovated. Greeted...

Central Sunset Neighborhood Homes

Residential real estate in the Central Sunset neighborhood consists primarily of neatly organized stucco row houses built by developer Henry Doelger in the 1930s. Many of these homes have been thoughtfully preserved by their current day owners however you can often find properties in the neighborhood that have undergone extensive renovations, bringing contemporary charm and updates to these classic homes. Well-built and thoughoutfully designed single-family homes in this San Francisco neighborhood can often be found for under $1M.

Home prices in the Central Sunset: $850k to $1.4M Median price: $1.1M

Condo prices in the Central Sunset: $600k to $1.1M Median price: $750k

Contact San Francisco Modern Real Estate, Central Sunset Realtors, for assistance with your real estate needs in San Francisco’s District 2 or continue to explore other neighborhoods in San Francisco, CA.

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