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Uncover the top District 2 mid-century modern homes for sale & real estate in District 2 below! When a modernist thinks of San Francisco's Sunset District, the name Henry Doelger often comes to mind — and rightfully so. As one of the Sunset's most prolific builders, Doelger designed simple, reasonably-priced homes, making home ownership possible for families who had once only dreamed of owning a home. The good news is that these small, well-built homes are still among the most affordable in the city. For up-to-date information regarding architecturally unique properties for sale in District 2 or to schedule a home showing, contact your San Francisco real estate experts today. Read more about District 2 modern real estate.

Modern Homes For Sale in District 2

District 2 Mid-Century Modern Real Estate Statistics December 5, 2022
4
Listed
45
Avg. DOM
$866.34
Avg. $ / Sq.Ft.
$1,991,500
Med. List Price
4 Properties
Pending
1570 38th Avenue San Francisco, CA 94122
$1,595,000
Neighborhood: Outer Sunset
3
Beds
2
Baths
1,861
Sq.Ft.
1939
Year Built
27
Days on Site
422707582
MLS
Resplendence in a sophisticated and chic package. This remarkable center-patio home has been remodeled to create a graceful living environment in a hip and vibrant neighborhood. Enjoy your life in...
Pending
1150 Moraga Street San Francisco, CA 94122
$1,795,000
Neighborhood: Inner Sunset
3
Beds
1F11/2
Baths
1,556
Sq.Ft.
1950
Year Built
32
Days on Site
422705009
MLS
Check all the boxes of San Francisco living in your Inner Sunset home! Ideally situated on Moraga and 18th Avenue, this 3 bedroom / 1.5 bathroom home is move in ready, having been updated with...
Pending
3224 Judah Street San Francisco, CA 94122
$2,895,000
Neighborhood: Outer Sunset
7,990
Sq.Ft.
1960
Year Built
50
Days on Site
422699696
MLS
3224 Judah presents a wonderful investment opportunity. Constructed in the mid-century style and featuring eight units on an unusually wide lot - all in a centrally located building, this building...
$2,188,000
Neighborhood: Parkside
4
Beds
4
Baths
2,003
Sq.Ft.
1924
Year Built
74
Days on Site
422696758
MLS
This home is ready for move in before the Holidays. Modern, Fully Re-Designed Smart Home in one of SF's most desirable neighborhoods, Parkside is now ready for you to call home. This gorgeous...

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District 2 Modern Real Estate Market

Not all of Henry Doelger's homes, however, were the predictable little houses made famous by the 1962 song "Little Boxes." He also built several custom homes in Golden Gate Heights, including his own and one that he built for the family of William Saroyan.

Although the tract-style housing built by well-known developers including Doelger, the Gellert Brothers, Ray Galli, and Oliver Rousseau might be the most obvious architecture in the Sunset, many custom-designed and remodeled homes can be found in the area as well. One such house is a well-documented mid-century modern design created by Ernest Born in the Ocean Beach area. A recent renovation and add-on by Aidlin Darling Design has resurrected this home, turning it into a sleekly stunning contemporary residence.

Another mid-century architect whose work can be found in District 2 is Henry Hill. Well-known for his mid-century modern homes in Carmel and throughout the Bay Area, Henry Hill also designed some interesting properties in San Francisco, including an au courant redwood-finished home in the Golden Gate Heights neighborhood of District 2 that boasts his signature center atrium and narrow rectangular windows.

Custom mid-century homes aren't necessarily plentiful in San Francisco's Central West District, but a persistent search will, in all likelihood, result in finding a unique piece of property. On the other hand, what might be considered as "typical" Sunset homes, such as Doelgers or homes designed by the Gellert Brothers, are more readily available and as reasonably priced as a house in San Francisco can be.

District 2 Modern Real Estate Agents

If you're buying or selling an architecturally significant home in District 2, allow our team of local real estate professionals to guide you through the process with your District 2 modern property today. As San Francisco real estate agents, we have exclusive insider knowledge of District 2 mid-century modern real estate market dynamics.

To learn more about agent representation while buying or selling your District 2 mid-century home, contact Bay Area Modern. Alternatively, check out our market analysis page to receive a free home value analysis within minutes.

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