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Clarendon Heights Real Estate

Clarendon Heights is a small, exclusive neighborhood in central San Francisco. Located east of Forest Knolls, and just north of Twin Peaks and the Sutro Tower, Clarendon Heights catches a bit of that famous San Francisco fog; however, many residents feel the occasional foggy day is completely mitigated by absolutely stunning views of the surrounding city and beyond.

Although Clarendon Heights is primarily residential, nearby Clarendon Avenue and Twin Peaks Boulevard, which are in the northern sector of Clarendon Heights, are major thoroughfares providing links to all the amenities – shopping, dining, and entertainment – found in surrounding neighborhoods and downtown San Francisco. Hiking trails (and more dazzling vistas) are just next door on Mount Sutro and Tank Hill; and Golden Gate Park with its trails, lakes, museums, and sports fields is just a few blocks away. Homes in Clarendon Heights are varied, with no particular architectural approach taking precedence over another. Tudor cottages live next door to sleek contemporary properties, with Italian villas and Mid-Century Modern homes just around the corner. Lot sizes and shapes in Clarendon Heights are not uniform, which helps to make the nature of the neighborhood all the more interesting and unique.

Homes and Condos for sale in Clarendon Heights

Homes and Condos for sale in Clarendon Heights September 23, 2020
2
Listed
24
Avg. DOM
$2,261.75
Avg. $ / Sq.Ft.
$13,997,500
Med. List Price
2 Properties
$5,995,000
Subdivision: Clarendon Heights
6
Beds
4
Baths
3,827
Sq.Ft.
1958
Year Built
22
Days on Site
497498
MLS
This iconic Clarendon Heights custom midcentury home, surrounded by natural open spaces, enjoys breathtaking panoramic views of the city & bay from the highest residential street in SF. A mesmerizing...
$22,000,000
Subdivision: Clarendon Heights
6
Beds
8
Baths
7,440
Sq.Ft.
2018
Year Built
28
Days on Site
501477
MLS
Commanding panoramic views atop Mount Sutro, 150 Glenbrook Avenue holds the iconic position of San Francisco's highest private residence above sea level. This groundbreaking design from the studio of...

Clarendon Heights Neighborhood Real Estate

Real estate in Clarendon Heights tends to be on the expensive side, but the payoff is that the area has a lot to offer. Most homes are single-family residences, many with spectacular views and distinctive design. If you enjoy a bit of fog now and then (in exchange for a fabulous view when the air is clear) and are looking for a fashionable home in a good San Francisco neighborhood, keep an eye out for a home for sale in Clarendon Heights.

Contact the SF Modern Team for experienced representation when buying or selling a home in Clarendon Heights or for assistance with your SF real estate needs.

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