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Outer Richmond Real Estate  

Located just off the Pacific Ocean in San Francisco's District 1, the Outer Richmond neighborhood is a naturally flat (and predominantly foggy) area that once consisted of little more than wind-swept sand dunes. In the early 1900s the Outer Richmond neighborhood experienced significant development and growth with numerous single-family row houses built during this period. Since that time, expansion in this predominantly middle-class and multicultural San Francisco neighborhood has continued and now offers numerous housing options for San Francisco Bay Area home buyers.    

The Outer Richmond neighborhood offers a little something for everyone, especially if you enjoy the outdoors. Hikers enjoy convenient access to the 11 mile long Lands End Coast Trail which features fabulous views of the Golden Gate Bridge and Marin Headlands. Beachgoers have their pick of Baker Beach, China Beach, and Ocean Beach. Bicyclists, runners, and walkers are provided with convenient access to the Golden Gate Park as well as the scenic Great Highway.Nostalgic sightseers benefit from convenient access to the Sutro Heights Park, Sutro Bath Ruins, and the Cliff House Restaurant which is popular with tourists and residents alike.   

Learn more about residential real estate in San Francisco’s Outer Richmond neighborhood.


Homes and Condos for sale in the Outer Richmond, San Francisco 

Homes and Condos for sale in Outer Richmond April 19, 2021
1
Listed
10
Avg. DOM
$1,001.68
Avg. $ / Sq.Ft.
$2,380,000
Med. List Price
1 Property
$2,380,000
Subdivision: Outer Richmond
4
Beds
3
Baths
2,376
Sq.Ft.
1922
Year Built
11
Days on Site
421536487
MLS
Location! Location! Location! Welcome to a Traditional & Modern style single family home perfectly situated in Richmond District. The home has just undergone a major renovation. It consists of...

Outer Richmond Neighborhood Homes

Homes and condominiums in the Outer Richmond district are relatively affordable by San Francisco Bay Area standards and there is usually a fair amount of inventory available for interested home buyers. Single family homes under $1M are fairly common in this neighborhood which makes it a worthy consideration for anyone seeking a single-family home in San Francisco on less than a 7-figure  housing budget.

Outer Richmond Single-Family Home Prices: $725k to $1.25M Median price: $925k

Condo Prices in the Lake District: $600k to $850M Median price: $725K

Contact San Francisco Modern Real Estate, Outer Richmond Realtors, for assistance buying or selling a property in the Richmond District or search the San Francisco mls for current listings throughout the city.

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