Homes for Sale by Neighborhood

District 1 (Northwest SF) homes for sale:

District 2 (West San Francisco) homes for sale:

District 3 (South East San Francisco) homes for sale:

District 4 (Central West/West of Twin Peaks):

District 5 (Central SF):

District 6 (Central East SF)

District 7 (North SF):

District 8 (North East SF):

District 9 (East SF):

District 10 (South part of San Francisco):

  • Bayview
  • Bayview Heights
  • Candlestick Point
  • Crocker Amazon
  • Excelsior
  • Hunters Point
  • Little Hollywood
  • Mission Terrace homes for sale
  • Outer Mission
  • Portola
  • Silver Terrace
  • Visitacion Valley

San Francisco homes for sale – and the neighborhoods you’ll find them in – are each as unique individually as our city is overall.  When you buy a home, you are making an investment not just in a building but also in a neighborhood, with its particular weather, parks, commercial districts, restaurants, public transit, and individual style.

How do homes for sale in the South of Market Area (SOMA) compare to those in South Beach? Is the Marina really that different from Cow Hollow or Pacific Heights? What kind of homes are in Bernal, and are they bigger or smaller than the houses in Noe Valley or Glen Park? Are Twin Peaks and Diamond Heights always foggy and windy?

If I want my home to be in a neighborhood with great public transit options, what are my choices? What if I want to take BART but not Muni? If I commute to Silicon Valley, what are the homes for sale near great freeway access?

We’ve taken our cameras and notepads on the road and tried to capture a little bit of the flavor of particular SF neighborhoods. We hope you enjoy our neighborhood vignettes, including the current listings of homes for sale in them. We’ve organized our neighborhood homes for sale pages using the neighborhoods as categorized by the San Francisco Association of Realtors Multiple Listing Service.

Are you relocating to San Francisco? Looking for a bigger home? Dreaming of owning your fist home? Everyone has an opinion about what the best and worst places to live in the city are. We hope our guide to San Francisco neighborhood homes for sale inis helpful in helping you determine which part of the city might be the right place in San Francisco for you to call home.