Golden Gate Heights

Golden Gate Heights Homes for Sale

Golden Gate Heights homes for sale in the SFAR MLS are listed below. If no homes are listed then no homes are currently available for sale in theGolden Gate Heights neighborhood through the MLS. Please use the learn more form at the bottom of the page if you’d like to be notified of homes that become available either on the MLS or through off-MLS opportunities that we may be aware of:

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522 Ortega Street San Francisco, CA 94122

Price $1,088,000
Beds 3
Baths 2
Living Area SqFt 1,149
Status Active
MLS # 436726
Property Type Single-family Homes

blankGolden Gate Heights Neighborhood Information:

On a clear day, you’ll be hard pressed to find an Ocean View that is grander than that offered by homes in the Golden Gate Park neighborhood. But what nature gives, she taketh away just as easily, for the homes in Golden Gate Heights are often fogged-in and windblown during the summer months.

View from top of Grand View Park in Golden Gate Heights

Homes for sale in Golden Gate Heights effortlessly epitomize what people both love and hate about San Francisco: fog and killer views. On a clear day, homes with the best views will offer a panorama that spans from the Pacific Ocean all the way to downtown. This neighborhood is found immediately to the south of the Inner Sunset, and has a reputation for winding streets and hilly terrain.

The neighborhood is definitely a car-centric locale, with several buses providing public transit and the nearest muni streetcar being the N-Judah stops in the Inner Sunset area. Almost all of the homes in the district have a garage, so at least you won’t have to fight for street parking once you arrive home.

The homes for sale in Golden Gate Heights are almost exclusively single family homes, with homes ranging from classic 1920’s architecture to 1970’s brady-bunch modern. Many of the homes are fully detached, but you will also find a smattering of attached and semi-attached homes in the neighborhood. Golden Gate Heights is exclusively residential, with no commercial district within the neighborhood. Residents usually walk or drive to either West Portal or the Inner Sunset area if they want to do some shopping or dine out.

Parks in the neighborhood are pretty hilly, so if climbing stairs is your favorite outdoor exercise, you’ll feel immediately at home. If you prefer to get your exercise on flat land, though, you’ll do better to look at other San Francisco neighborhoods.

When you’re ready to learn more about Golden Gate Heights home for sale, just say the word. We’ll be ready no matter if it’s foggy or sunny.