Charming, fog-kissed, and accessible in every way, the Inner Sunset is one of San Francisco’s realest neighborhoods, where families with school-age children mix with senior citizens, graduate students, young professionals, and everyone in between. Golden Gate Park is just a walk or bike ride away, and the 9th and Irving shopping and dining corridor offers something for everyone. Property options are among the most diverse in the City as well, with stock of tenancies in common, mixed-use buildings, apartment houses, and traditional single family homes available in the Inner Sunset.
The far west side of San Francisco, once known as the Outside Lands, is now comprised of the Outer Sunset and the Outer Richmond. The avenues of the Sunset District closest to the beach reveal another San Francisco altogether: modest but charming single family homes side by side on slender parcels. Near to Ocean Beach, Fort Funston, Lake Merced, with countless running trails and walking trails to get there, the Outer Sunset offers both a great home base and space to enjoy the City’s natural beauty.
The Parkside District is rich with green – parks, yes, but also home to Sigmund Stern Grove, one of San Francisco’s crown jewels and for nearly a century home to an iconic annual music festival. A proudly down-to-earth neighborhood, Parkside is home to the very recognizable, nearly identical side-by-side homes particular to the far southwest corner of the City, bordered by Sloat and Sunset Boulevards.
|Visit Ocean Beach||California Academy of Sciences|
|Inner Sunset Information||Visit Golden Gate Park|
|Inner Sunset Muni Lines||Parkside Neighborhood History|
|Visit JP Murphy Playground||Stern Grove Festival|
|Visit De Young Museum|