Hunters Point

Hunters Point

San Francisco, California Homes for Sale

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About Hunters Point

A neighborhood with a complicated history, at different points being San Francisco's hub for butchers, shipbuilding, coal and oil power plants, and professional football, Bayview-Hunter's Point has been under constant development and revitalization for the past two decades. Located on the southeastern edge of San Francisco, the neighborhood's borders are Cesar Chavez Boulevard to the north, Candlestick Point to the south, the 101 Freeway to the west, and the San Francisco Bay to the east. Until 2013, Candlestick Park was the home of the San Francisco 49ers, and was the location of the Beatle's final concert.

Quick Facts

Current Prices: $297,737 to $2,000,000

Closed Prices: $350,000 to $2,160,000

Median Sale Price: $950,000

Average $ per sq ft: $719

Association Fee Ranges: $21 to $568.98/mo, $0 to $624

Type: Attached Home (Condo, Townhouse, Loft, etc.), Single-Family Home

Age: 1885 to 2021

Sq. Ft.: 527 to 7200 Sq. Ft.

Bedrooms: 0 to 7 Bedrooms

Bathrooms: 0 to 5 Bathrooms

Lot Size: 0 - 3 acres

Getting Around Hunters Point

Around Hunters Point

It is easier to find an inexpensive place to live in Bayview than in other parts of San Francisco; home prices here are lower than any other zip code in the city. Residents living near the Bay on the north side of the neighborhood have easy access to Heron's Head Park, a destination for kite-surfers, kayakers, and hikers, while residents of the south side can easily frequent Bayview Park and Candlestick Point Recreation Area. Those living near 3rd Street have the most convenient access to public transit; the T-Third Street light-rail carries riders to Caltrain and downtown.

On 3rd Street, diners have many choices when it comes to food; Hawaiian, Mexican, barbecue, burgers, soul food, waffles, and fast food are all available for those hopping off the T-Third Street. Get coffee, crepes, or desserts while exploring Hunter's Point. Cajun and Mediterranean cuisines can be found near Candlestick Point and Bayview Park.

Industrial shipping and recycling crates hovering over commercial ships at the docks as well as low-income housing projects. You'll see locals working in community garden projects. Views of large and intricate murals on the sides of businesses is a common sight, and expect to see artists retreating to work in old warehouses as well. Kite surfers are frequently taking advantage of the windy beaches off of Candlestick Point.

Get dinner at any of the numerous restaurants on 3rd Street and relax with a drink at a cocktail lounge. Taste beers at a brewery near Heron's Head Park. Shake a leg at a dance club where the music drowns out the sounds of the nearby freeway.

Get waffles for brunch then walk around 3rd Street admiring the many elaborate pieces of street art. Watch kite-surfers while soaking up the sunshine at Candlestick Point. Volunteer to help with upkeep in the community garden in Heron's Head Park. Pick up your guitar and record some music at one of the neighborhood's recording studios.

Locals Love

  • Street art and murals
  • Proximity to freeway
  • Good dining options

Locals Don't Love

  • Lack of grocery stores
  • Industrial area

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