San Francisco, California Homes for Sale
Current Prices: $1,098,000 to $2,500,000
Closed Prices: $805,000 to $3,100,000
Median Sale Price: $1,459,000
Average $ per sq ft: $878
Association Fee Ranges: $206.07 to $856.03/mo, $0 to $623
Type: Attached Home (Condo, Townhouse, Loft, etc.), Single-Family Home
Age: 1909 to 2016
Sq. Ft.: 895 to 3365 Sq. Ft.
Bedrooms: 2 to 6 Bedrooms
Bathrooms: 0 to 4 Bathrooms
Getting Around Lakeshore
Lakeshore has some of the newest homes in the city, giving it a very unique look in comparison to the classic structures found elsewhere. Up north near Sloat Boulevard you'll find mostly one-story single-family homes and a few apartment buildings in between. While the southern half of the neighborhood is between the San Francisco State University and golf courses, you'll see mostly college students and young professionals living in this area in either student housing or converted apartments.
As far as a culinary scene, there aren't many places to find a meal in the immediate proximity. However, there are a few good cafes, fast food chains, and lunch spots located around San Francisco State University. You can also find a few pop up snack shacks and food trucks that occasionally roll through Lake Merced Park on sunny days for a grab-and-go bite.
You'll see large crowds of tourists and bar patrons in this neighborhood on certain days. Big street festivals occasionally happen in this area as well. Lakeshore is a relaxing place frequented mostly by day trippers, beach bound locals, and students coming and going from the university campus. You can also see many families walking their dogs and having picnics at the edge of the park.
Lakeshore isn't known to have a vibrant nightlife. But you can find some form of entertainment on the outskirts of the neighborhood around Junipero Serra Boulevard. Here, you'll find some local bars and pubs with live music. Although this neighborhood lacks a typical bar scene, Lakeshore makes up for it with other forms of fun. There are cinemas and live theater venues around the southern half of the neighborhood, which attracts a fair amount of college students looking for some lively entertainment.
On Sundays, the best activity in Lakeshore is centered on outdoor recreation. Locals often go to Lake Merced Park and take advantage of the good weather to paddle boat out on the lake. A hike around Fort Funston National Park has an assortment of fun trails and scenic beauty. Families with children can visit the San Francisco Zoo that's open all year long. Golfers can check out the San Francisco Golf Club or Olympic Golf Club. Other outdoor recreational options include tennis courts, a softball field, and playgrounds.
- Quiet and safe
- Easy access to nature
- Access to San Francisco State University
Locals Don't Love
- Few restaurants in the area
- Business close early
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