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Find the newest District 5 mid-century modern homes for sale & District 5 real estate below. If you're looking for a mid-century modern or contemporary home, San Francisco's District 5 is a great place to start your search. At first glance, the Central District may appear to be full of Victorian houses, Edwardian flats, and charming cottages. Look again, however, and you'll find enough mid-century and contemporary gems to please even the most discriminating modernist palate. For further information about architecturally unique properties for sale in District 5 or to schedule a private showing, contact your San Francisco real estate experts today! Read more about District 5 modern real estate.

Modern Homes For Sale in District 5

District 5 Mid-Century Modern Real Estate Statistics January 17, 2020
26
Listed
33
Avg. DOM
$1,155.84
Avg. $ / Sq.Ft.
$1,747,498
Med. List Price
26 Properties
Page 1 of 3
$3,500,000
Subdivision: Eureka Valley/Dolore
3
Beds
3
Baths
2,152
Sq.Ft.
1909
Year Built
1
Days on Site
493802
MLS
High atop Liberty Hill, near the geographic center of the city and with spectacular downtown and bay views, this 3 bed/3 bath updated Victorian has so much to offer; a modern gourmet kitchen, an open...
$2,795,000
Subdivision: Eureka Valley/Dolore
3
Beds
2
Baths
0
Year Built
1
Days on Site
493828
MLS
Located on highly desired Caselli Avenue, this beautifully renovated home offers a modern aesthetic with an open floor plan and wonderful indoor/outdoor living. The main level, with wood floors and...
Open 1/19
3723 a 17th Street San Francisco, CA 94114
$1,498,000
Subdivision: Eureka Valley/Dolore
3
Beds
2
Baths
1,358
Sq.Ft.
1910
Year Built
1
Days on Site
493827
MLS
Located in a prime Dolores Park / Castro location, this renovated full-floor flat is not your average Edwardian! At the rear, an open concept living/dining/kitchen area blends period details with...
Open 1/19
1610 Dolores Street San Francisco, CA 94110
$1,595,000
Subdivision: Noe Valley
3
Beds
2
Baths
0
Year Built
1
Days on Site
493839
MLS
Occupying the entire second level of this fully renovated modern building is this spacious and bright 3-bedroom, 2 full bathroom home. The open concept living space includes the modern kitchen with...
Open 1/19
1612 Dolores Street San Francisco, CA 94110
$1,695,000
Subdivision: Noe Valley
3
Beds
2
Baths
0
Year Built
1
Days on Site
493842
MLS
Craving outdoor space? Well then be prepared to be impressed! This spacious full floor flat includes a large private deck AND exclusive use of the entire landscaped yard! Located in the newly and...
Open 1/18
253 Collingwood Street San Francisco, CA 94114
$4,495,000
Subdivision: Eureka Valley/Dolore
5
Beds
4
Baths
4,015
Sq.Ft.
1906
Year Built
2
Days on Site
493641
MLS
A turn-of-the-century gem just steps from the Castro, 253 Collingwood Street lies in the heart of Eureka Valley and offers spectacular city views from nearly every room. Seamlessly merging period...
Open 1/18
251 Collingwood Street San Francisco, CA 94114
$1,495,000
Subdivision: Eureka Valley/Dolore
1
Beds
1
Baths
1,410
Sq.Ft.
1906
Year Built
2
Days on Site
493643
MLS
This one-bedroom, one-bathroom flat is situated on the first floor of a Queen Anne Victorian offering unique TIC potential. Ornate crown moldings and stained-glass strike a harmonious balance against...
Open 1/18
253 Collingwood Street #B San Francisco, CA 94141
$2,995,000
Subdivision: Eureka Valley/Dolore
3
Beds
2
Baths
2,605
Sq.Ft.
1906
Year Built
2
Days on Site
493645
MLS
A turn-of-the-century gem just steps from the Castro, 253 Collingwood Street lies in the heart of Eureka Valley and offers spectacular city views from nearly every room. Seamlessly merging period...
Open 1/19
4147 26th Street San Francisco, CA 94131
$5,495,000
Subdivision: Noe Valley
4
Beds
5
Baths
4,395
Sq.Ft.
1910
Year Built
3
Days on Site
489836
MLS
The main living space of the home offers stunning views across Noe Valley. The oversized living room has cathedral ceilings and a gas fireplace flanked by built-in seating. On the other side of the...
Open 1/18
4448 24th Street San Francisco, CA 94114
$1,795,000
Subdivision: Noe Valley
2
Beds
2
Baths
1,414
Sq.Ft.
1910
Year Built
3
Days on Site
493452
MLS
One of a life time opportunity to experience a city life surrounded with local shops, upscale restaurants, parks, within a mile of Dolores Heights, Mission and Castro Districts. This charming and...
Open 1/18
1122 Page Street #4 San Francisco, CA 94117
$1,295,000
Subdivision: Haight Ashbury
2
Beds
1
Baths
1904
Year Built
8
Days on Site
493540
MLS
Triple Mint location at the convergence of San Francisco's most central and desirable neighborhoods Hayes Valley, Haight Ashbury and Alamo Square, 1122 Page St #4 embodies the very best of City...
Pending
15 19 Landers Street #19 San Francisco, CA 94114
$1,495,000
Subdivision: Mission Dolores
3
Beds
2
Baths
1,486
Sq.Ft.
1905
Year Built
9
Days on Site
493394
MLS
Gracious fully renovated top floor TIC in the crossroads of Mission Dolores, Castro & Duboce. Carefully considered finishes anchor the sophisticated design in every room. It's a perfect blend of...

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District 5 Modern Real Estate Market

San Francisco's Twin Peaks or Clarendon Heights neighborhoods might be a good place to begin your search if mid-century design is on your radar. Both neighborhoods were developed after World War II, and include homes designed by John Funk, Anshen & Allen, Charles Warren Callister, and Malone & Hooper. Although many of the homes have been remodeled, it is still possible to find a mid-century treasure in its original condition.

Another good bet for interesting architecture is Ashbury Heights / Parnassus, where you'll find an eclectic mix of traditional and modern homes. Richard Neutra and Bernard Maybeck are represented in the architecture of Parnassus Heights, as are Louis Christian Mullgardt and Ira Kurlander, who designed a dramatic two-story Streamline Moderne dwelling that can be found on Shrader Street.

For those looking for something a little more contemporary, or traditional with a contemporary twist, the Noe Valley and Duboce Triangle neighborhoods provide for some interesting house hunting. An ultra-modern glass, steel, and concrete home designed by Phil Mathews is quite a showplace, as are contemporary homes designed by well-respected architects Chris McMahon and Levy Art + Architecture.

Even some of those well-maintained Victorians and dignified Edwardians in the Noe Valley and Duboce Triangle just might hold a few surprises designed to delight the modern soul. Renovated "traditional"-style homes are becoming increasingly popular and boast sleek modern interiors. Craig Steely, Chris McMahon, and Levy Art + Architecture have all designed some sophisticated, up-to-date interiors, introducing modern aesthetics to traditional homes.

In San Francisco's District 5 you'll find a true melting pot of cultures, lifestyles, and architecture. Here you will find a lot of character and a rich variety of architectural styles, offering something for every sensibility, and plenty of opportunity to express your modernist spirit.

District 5 Modern Real Estate Agents

Thinking of buying or selling an architecturally significant home in District 5? Allow our local real estate professionals to help you through the purchase of your next District 5 modern property or expertly negotiate the sale of your current residence. As San Francisco real estate agents, we're experts on the dynamics unique to the District 5 mid-century modern real estate market.

Contact Bay Area Modern to learn more about buyer or seller representation. Selling your District 5 mid-century home? Head to our free market analysis page to learn more about the possible resale value of your property!

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