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Corona Heights Real Estate

Wrapped around a park bearing the same name, Corona Heights is another of San Francisco's hilly neighborhoods - which means a neighborhood that boasts some great views of the surrounding city. Located in the geographic center of San Francisco, Corona Heights has the feel of being off the beaten path but is, in actuality, just minutes away from city resources.

Corona Heights' proximity to Haight AshburyCole Valley, and The Castro puts it close to great shopping and interesting dining options; while the Castro Street Muni station places the rest of San Francisco within a quick and easy commute. Corona Heights Park provides plenty of recreational opportunity for residents and includes hiking trails, an enclosed dog park, a playground, gardens, tennis courts, and a family-friendly museum that, in addition to exhibits, offers workshops to adults and children.

Corona Heights is an interesting neighborhood, picturesque and charming in parts - and bustling with activity in others. The residential areas are full of homes and condos that represent a diverse cross section of architecture, ranging from traditional Victorians to boxy Mid-Century Modern and sleek contemporary homes.    

Homes and Condos for sale in Corona Heights

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Corona Heights Neighborhood Real Estate

Pricing on homes for sale in Corona Heights varies, depending on style, condition, and specific location (which may include a view). As a general rule of thumb, condominiums in Corona Heights tend to be more affordable than single-family homes, but there is always that exception to the rule. If you are looking for a home for sale in a desirable San Francisco neighborhood, check out the real estate in Corona Heights.

Contact SF Modern for real estate representation in San Francisco's Corona Heights neighborhood or to find out more about real estate in San Francisco California.

 

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