The Lakeshore area around Lake Merced was developed just before and after World War II as a "model community," with housing composed entirely of single-family residences. Like Park Merced, the real estate was state-of-the-art when built. A trip from the lake to Fort Funston shows you what most of Western San Francisco looked like before it was developed: vast sand dunes with a few sturdy flowers and trees dotting the landscape. The Stonestown Galleria is near San Francisco State University. Stern Grove, the world-renowned Olympic Golf Club, Harding Park Municipal Golf Course and the San Francisco Golf Club all are scenic components of this neighborhood. Pine Lake Park is an enclave of family residences adjacent to Stern Grove, and many beautiful homes border the golf courses.
|Total Population in 94132:||26,291|
|Median Age:||36.20 years|
|Population Under 5 Years Old:||4.10%|
|Population 65 Years Old and Over:||16.20%|
|Average Household Size:||2.51|
|Median Household Income:||$55000|
|Occupied Housing Units|
|Bachelor's Degree or Higher:||44.40%|
|Hispanic or Latino (of any race):||7.80%|
|Speak Language Other Than English at Home:||49.40|
Data source: US Census
San Francisco, CA – May 8, 2013 – San Francisco Landmark #48, the residence at 294 Page Street, will be open for a twilight tour on Thursday, May 9, from 6 to 8 p.m. Victorian Specialist Bonnie Spindler is hosting this special event, which includes champagne and hors d’oeuvres. Visitors will be invited to enjoy watching the City lights come up from the rear deck.