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Inner Parkside Real Estate

Located in San Francisco’s District 2, the Inner Parkside is a small residential neighborhood situated between Ortega Street to the north, 14th Avenue to the east, Wawona Street to the south, and bustling 19th Avenue to the west.  

The Inner Parkside consists primarily of neatly organized stucco homes, most of which were built in the 1920s-1940s. Homes in this neighborhood are similar in design to single-family properties found in the Inner Sunset (located just to the north) and Central Sunset (located directly to the west). Inner Parkside residents enjoy convenient access to West Portal, a bordering neighborhood with some great boutique shopping, restaurants, coffee shops, and a movie theater. 

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Homes and Condos for sale in the Inner Parkside, San Francisco 

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Inner Parkside Homes

Geographically, the Inner Parkside is a small neighborhood without the density or buzz found throughout many other San Francisco neighborhoods. The Inner Parkside provides home buyers with an opportunity to own a home in San Francisco with ocean views for a reasonable price. Unfortunately for buyers, neighborhood turnover is low with fewer than 2 homes typically sold in any given month.

Inner Parkside Home Prices: $850k to $1.7M Median price: $965k

Contact San Francisco Modern, Inner Parkside Realtors, for your real estate needs in the Parkside District or continue to explore other San Francisco neighborhoods.

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