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Lone Mountain Real Estate

Located on a scenic hilltop that is said to be equidistant from the San Francisco Bay and Pacific Ocean, you will find the San Francisco District 1 neighborhood referred to as Lone Mountain. A historical hill that once served as a cemetery, Lone Mountain now serves as the main campus for the University of San Francisco (USF), a popular Jesuit-run school located in the heart of San Francisco.

Bordered by Laurel Heights to the north, Anza Vista to the East, North Panhandle to the south, and Inner Richmond to the West, the Lone Mountain neighborhood is populated with USF students, tenured professors, and other San Francisco urbanites. This upper-middle class San Francisco neighborhood consists primarily of well-kept Edwardians, with a fair number of multi-unit residential properties and apartments to accommodate the local student population. Additionally, Lone Mountain is home to the Angelo J. Rossi Playground and Rossi Pool, offering residents convenient access to public tennis courts, basketball courts, picnic areas, an indoor swimming pool, and a children’s playground. 

Learn more about San Francisco's Lone Mountain neighborhood.


Homes and Condos for sale in Lone Mountain, San Francisco

Homes and Condos for sale in Lone Mountain December 5, 2022
2
Listed
52
Avg. DOM
$1,095.62
Avg. $ / Sq.Ft.
$1,699,500
Med. List Price
2 Properties
$2,100,000
Neighborhood: Lone Mountain
3
Beds
2F11/2
Baths
1,850
Sq.Ft.
1964
Year Built
31
Days on Site
422706915
MLS
Calling all brilliant parents... Your son or daughter can go to law school at one of the best schools in the country, learn real estate and learn the condo conversion process. These life lessons may...
Open 12/11
1 Stanyan Street #21 San Francisco, CA 94118
$1,299,000
Neighborhood: Lone Mountain
2
Beds
2
Baths
1,230
Sq.Ft.
2018
Year Built
74
Days on Site
422697212
MLS
Price Reduced! Centrally located at the axis of the Inner Richmond, Jordan Park, Clement Street and Lone Mountain, Residence #21 at One Stanyan checks the boxes! A 2 Bedroom/ 2 Bath PLUS PRIVATE...

Lone Mountain Neighborhood Homes & Condos 

San Francisco’s Lone Mountain neighborhood is popular with students, teachers, and savvy homebuyers throughout the city. Whether you are looking for a starter condominium or a stately single-family Edwardian home, you won’t be disappointed with available housing options in Lone Mountain.

Lone Mountain Single-Family Home Prices:   $900k to $1.7M Median price: $1.3M

Condo Prices in Lone Mountain:  $700k to $1.2M Median price: $925K

Contact us for helping purchasing or selling a single-family home, condominium, or multi-unit investment property in San Francisco’s Lone Mountain neighborhood.

 

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