Twin Peaks

Twin Peaks Single Family Homes for sale:

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Twin Peaks Condos, Tenancies-in-Common (TICs), Lofts, and Coops for sale:

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Twin Peaks Neighborhood Video:

Twin Peaks Basics:
Twin Peaks – as the name suggests – is the neighborhood immediately below the eastern side of Twin Peaks. The neighborhood has a reputation for cold, windy, and foggy weather. It was primarily built out starting in the 1960s. On a clear day, Twin Peaks homes are renowned for their amazing views. On a foggy day, though: forget it! The biggest draw for Twin Peaks homes are their stunning downtown views.

Housing Style & Stock:
Homes in Twin Peaks tend to be condominiums or unit buildings. There are a smattering of single-family homes in the Twin Peaks neighborhood, but they are the exception to the rule. If you’re looking for a Victorian or an Edwardian, you won’t find them here.

Latte Factor:
Would you like some fog with that coffee? Seriously, like many of our post WWII neighborhoods, Twin Peaks assumes that you have a vehicle. There is no commercial center within the neighborhood, so you’ll be leaving the neighborhood by foot, bike, or some other means for all of your shopping (unless, of course, you only buy things online…). The Tower Market strip mall is probably the closest commercial center to the area.

Transit Options:
Bring your car! But if you can’t or don’t want to bring your car, the neighborhood is served by Muni bus. There is no light rail that serves the neighborhood. Adjacent neighborhoods are just a short walk down the hill, but a long walk back up it!

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