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Diamond Heights Real Estate   

Located in San Francisco District 4, the Diamond Heights neighborhood is situated on a predominantly flat hilltop near the center of San Francisco County. A low-key residential neighborhood, Diamond Heights was primarily developed during the late 1950s-1970s and consists primarily of single-family homes and apartment buildings. The neighborhood is also well-known for its tract of approximately 100 mid-century modern Eichler homes which were designed by progressive architect Claude Oakland and built by post-war real estate developer Joseph Eichler.

The physical location of Diamond Heights provides many of its residents with views of the city, East Bay, Pacific Ocean, and surrounding hills. Additionally, residents of Diamond Heights enjoy convenient access to public transportation (Muni & BART), shopping (Diamond Heights Shopping Center), and relatively affordable Bay Area real estate. Bordering neighborhoods include Midtown Terrace to the north, Noe Valley to the east, Glen Park to the south, and Miraloma Park to the west.

Learn more about San Francisco’s Diamond Heights neighborhood and Diamond Heights real estate.


Homes and Condos for sale in Diamond Heights

Homes and Condos for sale in Diamond Heights May 23, 2019
5
Listed
12
Avg. DOM
$844.13
Avg. $ / Sq.Ft.
$725,000
Med. List Price
5 Properties
Open 5/26
5076 Diamond Heights Boulevard San Francisco, CA 94131
$995,000
Subdivision: Diamond Heights
3
Beds
2
Baths
1,942
Sq.Ft.
1964
Year Built
9
Days on Site
481385
MLS
The sky is larger at the top of the hill. Live with San Francisco sprawled out before you almost as near to the center of the City as you can get. This 3-bedroom 2-1/2 bath condo with 2 car garage...
Open 5/25
55 Red Rock Way San Francisco, CA 94131
$725,000
Subdivision: Diamond Heights
1
Beds
1
Baths
830
Sq.Ft.
1972
Year Built
10
Days on Site
484921
MLS
Welcome home to Diamond Heights Village (DHV), an urban oasis, in the center of San Francisco, yet up high on a ridge. This light filled home, DHV #o102, is the popular A3 larger 1 bed/1Bath DHV...
$636,000
Subdivision: Diamond Heights
1
Baths
667
Sq.Ft.
1972
Year Built
14
Days on Site
484758
MLS
Coveted and Rare Unit with Panoramic Views in desirable Diamond Heights Village!!, This is one of a few in the complex, a Jumbo 1bedroom studio (667 SQ. FT.), has been kept a studio to maintain...
$1,748,000
Subdivision: Diamond Heights
3
Beds
2
Baths
0
Year Built
15
Days on Site
484735
MLS
Modern luxury in a tranquil setting, perfect for entertaining and wowing your friends. Enjoy the tranquil oasis overlooking the greenery of Glen Canyon Park. Custom wood and floor-to-ceiling glass...
Open 5/26
175 Red Rock Way San Francisco, CA 94131
$614,000
Subdivision: Diamond Heights
1
Baths
592
Sq.Ft.
1972
Year Built
16
Days on Site
483084
MLS
This Condo is a rarely available, Penthouse Level Jr.1Bed, theA2 plan. As a top floor unit, K307 enjoys an 11' higher, wood beamed ceiling, complemented with both views of the the courtyard with a...

Diamond Heights Neighborhood Homes

San Francisco's Diamond Heights neighborhood is predominantly residential with a small commercial corridor serving the needs of its residents. While Diamond Heights is located in the geographic center of  San Francisco, the area has a laid back, suburban feel. 

Bay Area home buyers with a passion for mid-century modern residential architecture frequently gravitate to real estate in Diamond Heights. Single-family Eichler homes "in the city" typically represent a major draw for the area.   Unfortunately, there were only about 100 Eichler homes built in Diamond Heights so inventory is fairly tight.    

Diamond Heights Home Prices: $925,000 - $1,300,000  Median Price: $1M

Diamond Heights Condo Prices: $400,000 - $850,000   Median Price: $725k

Contact San Francisco Modern Real Estate for knowledgeable representation when buying or selling a property in San Francisco's Diamond Heights neighborhood. We are top agents for Eichler home sales in both San Francisco and nearby Marin County and would welcome the opportunity to assist you with your San Francisco real estate needs!

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