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Amazing panoramic views are a common occurrence in San Francisco’s Golden Gate Heights, a windswept hilltop neighborhood which ascends from the relatively flat Sunset District below. Perched roughly between Kirkam Street to the north, 9th Avenue to the east, Quintara Street to the south, and 19th Avenue to the west, Golden Gate Heights is a quaint San Francisco neighborhood that strands a long, curvaceous, and hilly path around scenic Grand View Park and family-friendly Golden Gate Heights Park.
Located in San Francisco’s District 2, Golden Gate Heights consists mainly of multi-story single-family homes and apartments built with judicious walls of glass and picture windows which help frame the spectacular views. Architecture in this neighborhood is predominantly Edwardian; however buyers looking for a modern San Francisco home can occasionally find a spectacular modernist dwelling built to exploit the incredible views below.
Learn more about San Francisco’s Golden Gate Heights neighborhood.
Residential real estate in Golden Gate Heights (also referred to as Sunset Heights) is hard to come by given the neighborhoods small size and relatively slow churn of residents. Great views, limited inventory, and slow turnover translates to higher demand (and prices), especially when compared to other properties found throughout District 2.
Golden Gate Heights Home Prices: $900k to $2M Median price: $1.45M
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