Alamo Square

Alamo Square Single Family Homes for sale:

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Alamo Square Condos, Tenancies-in-Common (TICs), Lofts, and Coops for sale:

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The Alamo Square neighborhood is perhaps one of the photographed neighborhoods in the world, with the quintessential San Francisco photo of Victorian homes in front of modern skyscrapers belonging to this sub-district. If you’ve got a few seconds to spare, you can view our short (59 seconds) overview of the neighborhood:

Alamo Square is a relatively small sub-district of the multiple listing service, and is centered around the Alamo Square park. Homes for sale in this neighborhood range from condominiums in smaller buildings to grand-scale Victorians that could (and sometimes do) grace the cover of international magazines. The “painted ladies” make their home in this neighborhood, and have been featured in opening credits for tv shows and plenty of movies.

Homes for sale start for under $500,000 and quickly go up to several million dollars for grand scale Victorian homes that have been fully restored. There are a variety of “mansions” in the neighborhood, some of which are open to the public for viewing, others that have been sub-divided into multiple dwelling units, and some that have been converted into a bed and breakfast. Either way, the neighborhood is steeped in San Francisco history.

Dog owners and families with children love the area because of Alamo Square park, but if you have an aversion to tour buses than you are advised to avoid the area as pretty much all of the tour bus companies bring visitors and tourists throughout the day to the eponymous park that is the neighborhood centerpiece.

Centrally located, homes in the district offer a great spot to live if your planning on not having a car. You can easily walk or bike to plenty of other parts of the city, and there are plenty of muni bus lines that serve the area.

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