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Westwood Park Real Estate

When the Twin Peaks Tunnel opened in 1918, making public transportation between downtown San Francisco and the western reaches of the city quick and efficient, development of Twin Peaks West, as San Francisco's District 4 is called, began in earnest. Westwood Park was one of the first neighborhoods in the area to be built and was designed with the "family of average means" in mind. Today, Westwood Park is an affluent, family-friendly San Francisco community with a distinct suburban feel.

Like nearby Ingleside Terrace, Westwood Park is primarily a residential neighborhood centered around an oval, racetrack-style street layout.  Westwood Park's commercial section, which offers plenty of small shops and eateries, lies on its southern boundary along Ocean Avenue; and, for more extensive shopping, the Stonestown Galleria is less than 2 miles away. Several bus and light rail stations along Ocean Avenue and the nearby Balboa Park BART station make using public transportation simple. Westwood Park residents who prefer to provide their own transportation will find access to the freeway is easy and direct.

Shortly after it was built, The Home Designer magazine described Westwood Park was as "one of the show places of San Francisco and a model of the modern American home community". In modern times, Westwood Park remains a show place, has the distinction of being an officially legislated Residential Character District because of the unique nature of its architecture, which consists primarily bungalows built in many of the styles popular during the early 20th century, including Spanish Revival, Craftsman, and English Cottage.  Underground utilities keep the neighborhood uncluttered; and the charming cottages and bungalows with nicely landscaped yards give real estate in Westwood Park distinction.

Homes and Condos for Sale in Westwood Park, San Francisco

Homes and Condos for sale in Westwood Park December 13, 2019
1
Listed
4
Avg. DOM
$986.17
Avg. $ / Sq.Ft.
$2,495,000
Med. List Price
1 Property
Open 12/14
145 Hazelwood Avenue San Francisco, CA 94112
$2,495,000
Subdivision: Westwood Park
5
Beds
4
Baths
2,530
Sq.Ft.
1922
Year Built
5
Days on Site
492921
MLS
Impeccably renovated 5BD/4BA offering seamless indoor-outdoor living in Westwood Park. Original details and stunning updates create an exceptional 2,530SF showplace including inlaid hardwood floors,...

Westwood Park Neighborhood Real Estate

If bungalow or cottage style architecture is your thing, you'll want to take a look at real estate in Westwood Park. With virtually every style of architecture represented in its 650+ bungalows and cottages, Westwood Park is a noteworthy neighborhood for the bungalow enthusiast.

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