Sunnyside Single Family Homes for Sale:
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Sunnyside Condos, Tenancies-in-Common (TICs), Lofts, and Coops for sale:
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Sunnyside Neighborhood Basics:
The Sunnyside neighborhood is bordered by Teresita to the north, I-280 to the east, Ocean Ave to the south and Phelan/Ridgewood along the western side of the neighborhood. San Francisco City College occupies the southwestern-most part of the neighborhood. The eastern part of the neighborhood feels like it has more in common with Glen Park, and while the neighborhood may be named Sunnyside, it’s an aspirational name: the neighborhood has an average to above-average amount of foggy days.
Housing Stock and Style:
Sunnyside homes are almost exclusively single family homes. Lot sizes are usually 25′ wide, although there are exceptions. Homes on the northern side of Sunnyside (north of Monterey) are on a hill, and many of them have lovely views to the Southern Hills, while some even have a bit of a San Francisco Bay view. There are some smaller condo buildings sprinkled throughout the neighborhood as well.
Medium. Monterey runs through the neighborhood, and it has a grocery store (currently a Safeway) and some neighborhood shops and restaurants. Depending on your location within the neighborhood, you may also be within a short walk to the Glen Park commercial district or the shops along Ocean Ave.
The neighborhood is served by several bus lines. If BART access is important to you, then homes on the eastern most side of the neighborhood would be your best bet, as these homes are just a short walk from the Glen Park BART station. Homes near city college are somewhat close to the Balboa Park BART station, but it will be a good walk. Access to I-280 for south bay commuters is excellent.
Ready to learn more about Sunnyside before you start looking at homes? Take a moment to get in touch, we’re always happy to chat about this perennially popular neighborhood.