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Outer Sunset Neighborhood

Located in San Francisco’s District 2, the Outer Sunset neighborhood represents one of the last areas to be developed in the city of San Francisco.  

The Outer Sunset is a family-friendly residential neighborhood which consists primarily of two-storey tract homes neatly organized in a grid-like fashion. Most of the homes in the Outer Sunset were built in the 1930s-1940s by developer Henry Doelger and consist of a very basic yet practical floor plan. The typical layout for these homes include a garage + storage on the first storey, followed by the living space (typically 2-3 bedrooms, 1 bath) on the second storey. Given the physical proximity of these homes to the Pacific Ocean, many Outer Sunset residents enjoy views of the Pacific; unfortunately these views are often obstructed by fog which is a common characteristic of homes in the Outer Sunset.

San Francisco’s Outer Sunset is bordered by the Golden Gate Park to the north, Central Sunset to the east, Fort Funston to the south, and the Pacific Ocean to the west. The physical location of the Outer Sunset makes it a popular neighborhood for surfers who enjoy nearby Ocean Beach, hikers, hang-gliders, and dog owners who take advantage of nearby Fort Funston, and other recreationalist who enjoy San Francisco’s Golden Gate Park. 

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Homes and Condos for sale in Outer Sunset, SF

Homes and Condos for sale in Outer Sunset February 20, 2020
3
Listed
11
Avg. DOM
$914.60
Avg. $ / Sq.Ft.
$1,300,000
Med. List Price
3 Properties
$1,398,000
Subdivision: Outer Sunset
3
Beds
2
Baths
1,652
Sq.Ft.
1939
Year Built
4
Days on Site
495073
MLS
Large corner lot offer Bright,cozy and roomy. 4 bedrooms, 2 baths (county record shown 3/2), 2 Large bonus rooms. One on upper level & 2nd bonus room on street level (bonus rooms can be additional...
Open 2/22
1214 47th Avenue San Francisco, CA 94122
$1,300,000
Subdivision: Outer Sunset
2
Beds
1
Baths
1,110
Sq.Ft.
1946
Year Built
15
Days on Site
494631
MLS
Wonderful Outer Sunset Single Family home is on the market for the 1st time in over 60 years. Great floor plan with updated kitchen, bonus room down and large garage. Just steps away from Golden Gate...
Open 2/22
3882 Noriega Street San Francisco, CA 94122
$1,200,000
Subdivision: Outer Sunset
3
Beds
2
Baths
1,652
Sq.Ft.
0
Year Built
17
Days on Site
492745
MLS
This bright spacious top floor unit sits a few blocks from the beach, in the midst of a small neighbourhood shopping and dining area. Spacious three bedroom, two bath condominium with deeded parking...

Outer Sunset Real Estate

The Outer Sunset is a residential neighborhood that offers safety, affordability, good schools, and convenient access to the beach, park, and public transportation. If you are a San Francisco homebuyer trying to find a single-family home in the city for under $1M, you should definitely add San Francisco’s Outer Sunset neighborhood to your short list.

Outer Sunset Single-Family Home Prices: $775k to $995k  Median Price: $880k

Contact San Francisco Modern, San Francisco Realtors, for assistance purchasing a home in the Outer Sunset or search the San Francisco mls to view current listings within this or other San Francisco neighborhoods.

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