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Lake District Real Estate, San Francisco

Located in San Francisco District 1, the Lake District is a product of its fabulous and diverse surroundings which include the Presido to the North, Presidio Heights to the East, the Central Richmond and Inner Richmond to the South, and picturesque Sea Cliff which borders the Pacific Ocean to the West. 

Named after Lake Street which serves as a border between the neighborhood and the Presido, this quiet and upscale San Francisco neighborhood attracts an affluent populace who are drawn to the area because of its location, good schools, low crime rate, and true neighborhood feel. Golfers and beachgoers will feel right at home in San Francisco’s Lake neighborhood, with Baker Beach at their footsteps and the Presidio Golf Course convenient located just a pitching wedge away from most residences. Additionally, nearby Mountain Lake Park provides Lake residents with easy access to public tennis courts, basketball courts, and a fabulous playground for the kids. 

Find out more about San Francisco’s Lake neighborhood.


Homes and Condos for Sale in the Lake District, SF

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Lake Neighborhood Homes

Homes and condominium flats in San Francisco’s Lake neighborhood are in high demand and multiple offers are very common. The outward architectural feel of the neighborhood tends to be Edwardian in nature however looks can be somewhat deceiving since many of the homes have been updated on the inside to reflect a more modern and contemporary vibe.    

Lake District Single-Family Home Prices: $1.4M to $2.8M Median price: $1.9M

Condo Prices in the Lake District:  $750k to $1.5M Median price: $1.1K

Contact us for assistance buying or selling a property in the Lake neighborhood or search the San Francisco MLS for current listings throughout the city.

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