Mission Terrace

Overview

Mission Terrace is nestled in the southwestern part of the city and is a major hub for commuters both coming to and leaving the city. Hugging the popular hangout spot of Balboa Park, the area is mostly populated by multiple generations of San Francisco natives, with a few out of towners that are passing through to take classes at the nearby city college.
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Quick Facts

  • Current Prices:$649,000 to $1,295,000
  • Closed Prices:$500,000 to $1,360,666
  • Median Sale Price:$930,000
  • Average $ per sq ft:$613
  • Association Fee Ranges:0
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  • Type:Attached Home (Condo, Townhouse, Loft, etc.), Single Family Home
  • Age:1900 to 2010
  • Sq. Ft.:596 to 9,999Sq. Ft.
  • Bedrooms:0 to 8Bedrooms
  • Bathrooms:1 to 6Bathrooms
  • Lot Sizes:less than 1/8 - 5+ acres

Amenities

This community has numerous amenities available for residents to enjoy.

Homes

The wide variety of designs in Mission Terrace makes it easier for buyers to find their perfect home.

Where to Live

If you're looking for the quiet neighborhood oriented in city living, then the southeastern half of the neighborhood along Alemany Boulevard is the perfect spot. It's popular among families with children for being close to both the local high school and middle school, as well as all of the grocery stores and daycares in that area.

Where to Eat

Just about every restaurant, food truck, and cafe is found on Mission Street. Between Italy Avenue and Onondaga Avenue, you can find an amazing amount of hand crafted pizzas and Mexican restaurants that rival anything you can find elsewhere. You can also go up to Santa Rosa Avenue, which boasts a slew of great Chinese, Thai, Japanese, and sushi cuisines.

What You'll See

The neighborhood is a great mix of both families with children, college students and young singles. The local cafe's attract all sorts of students from the nearby community college as well as high school kids. Older adults tend to flock to the bars or restaurants for a more mature scene. Although there is relatively heavy traffic, Mission Terrace is one of the more walkable neighborhoods throughout the city, making joggers, dog walkers, and bikers a common sight.

Friday Night Fun

Like many other parts of neighborhood, having a good time on a Friday night usually winds up at one of the many bars and music venues that populate around Mission Street. If the bars aren't your hangout scene, then check out the galleries and restaurants located up Mission Street.

The Perfect Sunday

On Sundays, Balboa Park is one of the most popular spots to kick back and relax when the sun is out and the breeze is mild. Besides simple picnicking and short hikes around the park's trails, you can check out the tennis courts and soccer fields to catch a live game. The park also has a public pool that's a safe haven on hot summer day.

Locals Love

Affordable food • Park spaces • Proximity to schools.

Locals Don't Love

Rush hour traffic.

Schools

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29 Schools
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  • Public
  • Grades K-5
  • 397 Students
(7 Reviews)
  • Public
  • Grades K-8
  • 601 Students
(15 Reviews)
  • Public
  • Grades K-8
  • 690 Students
(30 Reviews)
  • Public
  • Grades 9-12
  • 2718 Students
(103 Reviews)
  • Public
  • Grades K-8
  • 579 Students
(32 Reviews)
  • Public
  • Grades 9-12
  • 1909 Students
(150 Reviews)
Great Schools

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.

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