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Oceanview Real Estate

Originally an agricultural community in southwestern San FranciscoOceanview is one of the first neighborhoods to be developed in the city’s OMI (Oceanview, Merced HeightsIngleside / Ingleside Terrace) district.  Despite the suggestion of a view hinted at by its name, Oceanview is landlocked without an ocean in sight. In actuality, Oceanview takes its name from the Ocean View railroad station that served passengers traveling between San Francisco and San Jose in the late 1800s. Today, Oceanview is a culturally diverse neighborhood with a rich history.

Located just north of I-280, Oceanview is primarily a residential neighborhood with easy freeway access. Public transportation is also fairly convenient with both the Daly City and Balboa Park BART stations just a few miles away. A few small neighborhood shops and businesses serve residents, but the primary commercial district for Oceanview residents is the nearby Stonestown Galleria, which boasts a full complement of services including restaurants, grocery stores, banks, and department stores. 

Oceanview has an interesting assortment of homes, with most being single-family homes – although a few flats were built after the 1940s. Early properties, dating from the late 1800s, are detached Victorian or Edwardian homes. Later years brought Sunset District style row houses, developed by builders and entrepreneurs for quick and inexpensive construction, placed on standard sized lots. Perhaps, however, some of the most historic and interesting homes in Oceanview are the handful of small earthquake cottages that served as homes for refugees after the 1906 San Francisco earthquake and have survived to this day.

Homes and Condos for sale in Oceanview, San Francisco 

Homes and Condos for sale in Oceanview May 28, 2020
3
Listed
67
Avg. DOM
$730.93
Avg. $ / Sq.Ft.
$1,195,000
Med. List Price
3 Properties
$1,195,000
Subdivision: Oceanview
4
Beds
3
Baths
1,963
Sq.Ft.
1941
Year Built
21
Days on Site
497849
MLS
A true neighborhood classic, this beautifully renovated 1940s home is in move-in condition and ready for the new owner to Shelter in Luxury! Bright open floor plan with approximately 2,000 sq. ft....
$929,000
Subdivision: Oceanview
3
Beds
1
Baths
986
Sq.Ft.
1907
Year Built
42
Days on Site
496968
MLS
If you appreciate quality, you'll love this charming 3 Bedroom Edwardian home that was once used as a house of worship! Detached on 3 sides allowing lots of natural light throughout. Good vibes...
$1,500,000
Subdivision: Oceanview
3
Beds
2
Baths
2,337
Sq.Ft.
1923
Year Built
140
Days on Site
493425
MLS
The perfect blend of style, size, and location! Spacious 2337 SF home offering 3 bedrooms/2 bathrooms plus office or potential 4th bedroom and large additional bonus room. Completely remodeled with...

Oceanview Neighborhood Homes

Real estate in Oceanview can represent a good buy Most homes for sale in Oceanview are single-family homes offered at prices that are a bit more modest than in surrounding neighborhood.If you are looking for a classic San Francisco row house or a Victorian fixer, come take a look at what Oceanview real estate has to offer.

Contact the San Francisco Modern Team, Oceanview Realtors, for assistance buying or selling a home or condominium in San Francisco’s Oceanview neighborhood.

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