How do you know when your family is outgrowing your fabulous San Francisco new development condo in SOMA, Mission Bay or any of our bay-side high in the sky districts? Is the condo your San Francisco agent sold you 1.5 pregnancies ago now getting smaller by the additional Fisher Price toy? Let’s think about what’s developing new in your world…sooner than expected. Where do you go? The Burbs? Nahhhhh, let’s think a little more beyond the bassinet.
San Francisco has something for everyone and that includes homes, so consider exploring West of Twin Peaks. For those of you Silicon IT people, the West is an easy drive south to the valley. You don’t have to do Noe Valley or the Mission District to live in a great neighborhood. Go west my friends! Many take note that over the hill offers a bit more for the dollar in a single-family home. I live in historic Mt. Davidson Manor and recently listed a great home on the market. Well, it never quite made it to market, as the buyers had their eye on this secret neighborhood for months. The moment I placed the sign on the lawn, they decided this land was their land.
Kid friendly, yoga friendly, food friendly, pet, park, schools, singles, couples and Farmers’ Market friendly. It’s UNburb! It offers the easiest freeway access to the north, south and east. Any further west and you’d need a boat or surfboard. It’s all here West of Twin Peaks in our half of the best seven square miles in California.
We are the coastal side of the city. For recreation the beach follows the coastline north along the Great Highway to the Cliff House, Land’s End and the west entry to Golden Gate Park. Stop at any of our quaint downtowns for the after-jog-walk-java. An easy ride downtown for business or shopping on the Muni K, M and L Lines as they trolley their way through the West Portal Tunnel underground. Muni stops at all the great stations: Castro, Civic Center, famed Powell Street to Union Square and the Embarcadero. Something’s always developing here in San Francisco real estate, even on that west side. You just don’t always have to look up to find it, just go west. But then again, I do love a high rise.
If you’re ready to think about living West of Twin Peaks, contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org or 415.902.8969.
Photo by Paul J. Andreini
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