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Midtown Terrace Real Estate

Located on the western slopes of Twin PeaksMidtown Terrace is one of San Francisco’s newer neighborhoods – and one that offers a touch of country living right in the heart of the big city. Developed in the 1950s, homes in Midtown Terrace are surrounded by greenbelts, trees, and open space and designed to take full advantage of the natural surroundings and the beautiful views.

As a planned community of just over 800 mid-century modern homes, Midtown Terrace is purely a residential neighborhood, but has a convenient San Francisco location. As an early sales brochure stated, “Spectacular Midtown Terrace is just minutes from everyplace in San Francisco”. Served by Metro stations in nearby Forest Hill and West Portal, Midtown Terrace is within an easy commute of the Financial District and Downtown San Francisco. Shops, services, and dining are also conveniently close in the Inner Sunset District or West Portal.

In Midtown Terrace, the street names say it all: Panorama Drive, Skyview, Cityview, Farview; the neighborhood is full of mid-century modern homes, many with lovely views of the surrounding city. All homes in Midtown Terrace are single-family detached homes with modern floor plans and one or two space garages. Utilities are underground, which makes for a nice, uncluttered look.

Homes and Condos for sale in Midtown Terrace 

Homes and Condos for sale in Midtown Terrace September 20, 2020
2
Listed
26
Avg. DOM
$877.97
Avg. $ / Sq.Ft.
$1,596,500
Med. List Price
2 Properties
$1,495,000
Subdivision: Midtown Terrace
2
Beds
1
Baths
0.09
Acres
1957
Year Built
17
Days on Site
502262
MLS
Welcome to Midtown Terrace, one of the best kept secrets in SF: a Neighborhood comprised of detached dingle family homes, green space, trails, parks and breathtaking views in the middle of the city,...
$1,698,000
Subdivision: Midtown Terrace
3
Beds
3
Baths
1,934
Sq.Ft.
1957
Year Built
36
Days on Site
503800
MLS
Elegantly renovated, detached Midtown Terrace home is your own private retreat, nestled in the hills backing up to Mt. Sutro. Mid century design offers an expansive open concept floor plan boasting...

Midtown Terrace Neighborhood Homes

Most homes for sale in Midtown Terrace come in at a fairly reasonable price point by San Francisco Standards; that is to say, under $1M. If your real estate dreams include a nice, single-family, mid-century modern home in a quiet, secluded San Francisco neighborhood, Midtown Terrace could be just the community for you.

Contact San Francisco Modern, Midtown Terrace Realtors, for assistance purchasing a home in San Francisco’s Midtown Terrace neighborhood.
 

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