San Francisco, California Homes for Sale
About Inner Sunset
Current Prices: $962,000 to $5,160,000
Closed Prices: $645,000 to $4,250,000
Median Sale Price: $1,780,000
Average $ per sq ft: $826
Association Fee Ranges: $0 to $770/mo, $0 to $412.4
Type: Attached Home (Condo, Townhouse, Loft, etc.), Single-Family Home
Age: 1900 to 2000
Sq. Ft.: 691 to 11509 Sq. Ft.
Bedrooms: 0 to 7 Bedrooms
Bathrooms: 0 to 6 Bathrooms
Getting Around Inner Sunset
Around Inner Sunset
nner sunset is one of San Francisco's more affordable neighborhoods. Families looking for a more quiet residential area can find single-family homes past 10th Avenue. They will see plenty of Edwardian and Victorian-style homes that are visually stunning. Parnassus Avenue is ideal for students and professionals working around the UC San Francisco campus. Residents living close to 9th Avenue will have easy access to the boutiques and eateries in the area.
The culinary scene of Inner Sunset is a favorite by many residents and usually draws a crowd from all over the city. On 9th Avenue you'll find a beloved bakery that will be packed early in the morning. There are options for vegetarian Chinese and delicious crepes on Irving Street. You can enjoy some of the city's best sushi nearby as well. Inner Sunset has a wide selection of cuisine options that offer affordable dining along 9th Avenue compared to other pricey restaurants in other parts of the city
You can expect to see a lot of the older generation as residents in Inner Sunset. A lot of families and students live in this area as well because of its proximity to the UC San Francisco campus. Right at 9th Avenue and Irving Street, expect to see a lot of foot and street traffic. People from all over the city visit Inner Sunset for the dining and boutique shopping. The neighborhood also has a lot of retail shops that attract students, couples, and foodies.
You must try a fan favorite bar that offers cozy seating and fireplaces on Irving Street. There's an Irish-style pub that serves free popcorn on Lincoln Way. Irving Street allows you to diversify your bar experience without going too far. You can catch a game at a local sports bar or relax at an intimate wine bar nearby.
Spend Sundays exploring the parks, gardens, and open green spaces or taking the kids to the playground in the neighborhood. Check out the arboretum or Japanese tea gardens at the San Francisco Botanical Gardens just across Lincoln Way and learn interesting facts about San Francisco's greatest park, Golden Gate Park. Visit the small boutiques along 9th Avenue and have an early lunch at one of the many raved restaurants for a relaxing Sunday.
- Quiet neighborhood vibe
- Plenty of casual and fine dining
- Easy access to Golden Gate Park
Locals Don't Love
- Traffic and crowds on 9th Avenue
- Limited entertainment options
- Difficult finding parking
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