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Outer Parkside Neighborhood

Located in the southwestern corner of San Francisco, the Outer Parkside neighborhood borders the Outer Sunset neighborhood to the north, Inner Parkside to the east, the San Francisco Zoo to the south, and the Pacific Ocean to the west.

Similar to its District 2 neighbors, the Outer Parkside was initially developed in the 1930s by real estate developer Henry Doelger. Once an area made up of little more than sand dunes and fog, the Outer Parkside neighborhood has emerged as a safe, clean, and uncongested neighborhood within the Sunset District. This quiet and laid back residential neighborhood provides its residents with convenient access to the San Francisco Zoo, Ocean Beach, Lake Merced, Fort Funston (great for hang-gliding!), and the 18-hole Harding Park Golf Course designed by architect Willie Watson. The neighborhood also offers convenient access to 19th Avenue and Highway 280 which is appealing to city folks who work on the Peninsula or in the South Bay.

Read more about San Francisco’s Outer Parkside neighborhood.


Homes and Condos for Sale in Outer Parkside, SF

Homes and Condos for sale in Outer Parkside January 27, 2021
3
Listed
25
Avg. DOM
$841.91
Avg. $ / Sq.Ft.
$1,180,000
Med. List Price
3 Properties
$995,000
Subdivision: Outer Parkside
3
Beds
2
Baths
1,255
Sq.Ft.
1928
Year Built
6
Days on Site
512905
MLS
Outer Parkside home featuring light-filled west facing living room with fireplace, formal dining room, updated kitchen with eat-in area, 2 bedrooms, full bath, and direct stairway to the yard on the...
$1,388,000
Subdivision: Outer Parkside
5
Beds
3F11/2
Baths
1,682
Sq.Ft.
1947
Year Built
7
Days on Site
511961
MLS
Classic full five with tunnel entry and located in convenient neighborhood. Bay windows and skylight provide lots of natural light. Updated kitchen, electrical, central heating and water heater....
$1,180,000
Subdivision: Outer Parkside
3
Beds
2F11/2
Baths
1,300
Sq.Ft.
1949
Year Built
64
Days on Site
510377
MLS
3 beds, 2.5 baths and family room. All rooms in ground floor built w/permit. Hardwood floor w/crown molding, dual pane windows. Large backyard w/a patio and garden. Great location, close to zoo,...

Outer Parkside Real Estate

Residential real estate in the Outer Parkside represents a relative bargain (at least by Bay Area standards). Doelger-built single-family homes in this neighborhood can easily be found for well under $1M and often include a spacious backyard as well as the occasional ocean view.

Outer Parkside Single Family Home Prices: $500k to $900k  Median price: $720k

Contact us for help buying or selling a home in the Outer Parkside neighborhood or search the San Francisco mls for other properties for sale throughout the city of San Francisco, CA.

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