A standalone residential retreat in the heart of the City, Forest Hill offers what many San Francisco neighborhoods cannot: space and quiet. With its active and attentive homeowners association, single family homes are the sole Forest Hill property option for buyers to consider. Forest Hill’s history as a planned residential community is apparent in the beautiful landscaping and intricately designed stone stairways throughout. A true San Francisco gem.
A central shopping and dining corridor along West Portal Avenue anchors this much beloved San Francisco neighborhood. West Portal is a community in the truest sense, and one of the easiest ways to experience how small a town San Francisco really is. The hub around which Saint Francis Wood, Forest Hill, Twin Peaks, Parkside, and the Sunset District connect, West Portal properties are primarily in the single family home category, and so it follows that the area is perfect for families and retirees.
Saint Francis Wood
One of the original “residence parks” designed by city planners in the early 1900s along with Presidio Terrace, Sea Cliff, and Forest Hill, Saint Francis Wood remains one of the most elegant and private corners of San Francisco. For those seeking some distance from urban hustle bustles without actually having to decamp for the suburbs, Saint Francis Wood and its nearby neighborhoods on the southwest side are worth a serious look. Single family homes on generous parcels, at high price points, are a must-look for families seeking a new property.
At once a unique corner of the world and a very San Francisco neighborhood, Diamond Heights in nestled up in the hills between Noe Valley, the Castro District, Twin Peaks, and Glen Park, with an eye on Mount Davidson. Originally a city-planned community, with a series of homes designed by Claude Oakland and built by Joseph Eichler, many Diamond Heights residences feature breathtaking views of the eastern skyline of San Francisco and beyond, across the Bay.