Daly City, CA Neighborhoods and Homes For Sale
Around Daly City
Outdoorsy residents love Daly City’s large collection of parks, trails, and greenspace. Thornton State Beach is a 55-acre oceanside park offering sweeping views of the vast Pacific. Daly City residents flock to Mussel Rock Beach to walk along its sandy beaches and rocky coastline. Daly City is also home to Gellert Park, which offers a 130-person clubhouse and sports facilities. Residents can also pop up to San Francisco, with Lake Merced, Fort Funston Beach, and the San Francisco Golf Club just a stone’s throw away.
Cost of Living
The cost of living in Daly City is higher than the state and national averages, largely due to its close proximity to San Francisco. As home prices in the Silicon Valley’s major cities continue to rise, the overflow has been raising prices in those cities’ neighboring suburbs. Daly City has a median home price around $1 million, and values are consistently rising.
Daly City is located along the Interstate 280, and it’s also just a short drive away from the US-101 highway. These highways provide access to San Francisco, which is just north of Daly City, or San Jose, located about an hour south. Daly City residents can choose from several BART lines to take them into San Francisco, including the Antioch-SFIA/Millbrae line and the Dublin/Pleasanton-Daly City line. They can take a combination of BART train and VTA bus to get some south into San Jose.
Disclaimer: School attendance zone boundaries are supplied by Maponics and are subject to change. Check with the applicable school district prior to making a decision based on these boundaries.