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Westwood Highlands Real Estate

Westwood Highlands is a small, secluded neighborhood in San Francisco's Twin Peaks West district. Built during the mid-to-late 1920s, Westwood Highlands, like neighboring Sherwood Forest and Monterey Heights, is an affluent residential community of well-maintained homes set on quiet meandering streets. As were a number of western San Francisco subdivisions built in the early 1900s, Westwood Highlands was developed as a residential park and features gracious homes surrounded by elegant landscaping.

Although Westwood Highlands is a residential community, it is close to the services and amenities necessary for everyday life. The commercial center of West Portal, along with public transportation, is nearby and access to the freeway (or the Glen Park BART station) involves nothing more than a straightforward drive down Monterey Boulevard. For a suburban style mall experience, the Stonestown Galleria is just minutes away.

Homes in Westwood Highlands are single-family, detached residences, most with both front and back yards. Pride of ownership is evident throughout the neighborhood and the Westwood Highlands Association assures that the community standards will be upheld for the benefit of all residents. Utilities are underground and attention to architectural detail, whether the home is in sleek Moderne style, Mediterranean influenced, or a stately Tudor provides great curb appeal for the homes in Westwood Highlands.

Homes and Condos for sale in Westwood Highlands, San Francisco

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Westwood Highlands Neighborhood Real Estate

Real estate in Westwood Highlands has long been considered one of San Francisco's best-kept secrets. If you are looking for a stylish home in a tranquil San Francisco neighborhood, purchasing a home in Westwood Highlands might be the answer to your dreams.

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