Super Charming Glen Park Home - Most Desirable Location - Close to Village, BART & Freeway Access. This Lovely Home Features 2 Bedrooms, 1 Bath, Formal Dining Room , Country Style Kitchen With Large Panty And Convenient Washer & Dryer Location. Beautiful Hardwood Floors, Wood Burning Fireplace, And Pretty Entry. Magnificent Serene Landscaped Garden And Wonderful Patio. Tankless Water Heater. Big Garage With Lots Of Storage. Don't Miss This Fab Home In One of Glen Park Best Locations. Close To Shops, restaurants,Freeways, BART, Schools And Parks!
Listed by: Howard Reinstein, McGuire Real Estate
Tucked away from much of the city's hustle and bustle by sprawling Glen Canyon Park, the Glen Park neighborhood has the feel of a small, inclusive village. Conveniently served by a BART station and easy freeway access, residents can find themselves downtown or headed to the South Bay in no time. Just south of Noe Valley, Glen Park offers much of the same small-town feeling at more affordable prices. The area is quite popular with families who want to enjoy city living in a more peaceful corner of San Francisco. Known as "the Village," the neighborhood's commercial strip is centered at the intersection of Diamond and Chenery streets near the Glen Park BART station. Here you'll find charming mom-and-pop shops, a number of trendy restaurants and old-fashioned cafes and more! Glen Park offers a variety of housing types, from single-family homes to multi-unit buildings. A wide variety of architectural types can be found here as well. "Lovely Laidley" Street offers a mini-tour of the neighborhood's architectural spectrum. Many homes in the neighborhood also boast incredible views. The neighborhood is ideal for those who find enjoying the outdoors an absolute must. Glen Canyon Park occupies nearly 70 acres and offers miles of hiking trails. Walter Haas Park sits atop the hill and could definitely compete for the title of best bay views from a swing set.
How's the market? Many of our competitors' websites answer this question with market statistics for the zip code you live in, confusing market areas with postal delivery. Others use arbitrary market boundaries defined by third parties not in-the-know. You may live in 94107, but in which community? Central Waterfront? Mission Bay? Potrero Hill? South of Market? South Beach? Each unique corner of San Francisco is different, even the ones that share a zip code.
The San Francisco real estate market is nuanced, and we believe your market data should be as well. We use relevant MLS areas designed and used by the San Francisco REALTOR community to generate our reports, not zip codes. We take you inside the real numbers to give you the insight you need to make informed decisions.