Anza Vista

Formerly a burial ground. If that’s a deal breaker, cross it off quick cause there’s nothing we can do to change that. Otherwise an oasis of mostly single-family homes with some surprising views in a central location that’s become surprisingly walkable.

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    Downtown Skyline Views
    A Neighborhood Church
    Nearby University of San Francisco
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    Anza Vista Neighborhood Vibe

    Bounded by Geary, Divisadero, Turk, and Masonic, Anza Vista has a decidedly suburban feel, surrounded by the bustle of the City. Kaiser Permanente has a big presence on the north side of the neighborhood, and the sizable mall on the corner of Geary & Masonic brings many shoppers to the area. A block inside the edges, though, you’ll find wide residential streets with spacious homes and some amazing views.

     

    Popular Anza Vista Home Styles

    It’s a mix of property types and eras here, with many mid-century homes mingling with unit buildings of an earlier vintage. There are also a handful of midsize condominium developments in Anza Vista.

     

    Getting Around in Anza Vista

    All four streets that border Anza Vista carry Muni bus lines, so while there isn’t a line that runs through it, you can walk a few blocks and find a bus. Car commuters will have a slog across town to get to any of the major arteries (Golden Gate Bridge, Bay Bridge, 101, I-280) out of the City.

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    Neighborhood Homes for Sale

    Single Family Residence
    $2,190,000 | 2, 3
    MLS# 421596591
    Spacious, bright and well kept home with large living and formal dining room, wood burning fire place, large remodeled kitchen, recess lighting, split upper level with 2 large bedroom & 2 baths Master bedroom with walk in closet, private deck....
    Condominium
    $749,000 | 1, 1
    MLS# 421587794
    Divisadero living at its finest! Bright, modern minimalism sets the tone for this stunning one bedroom one bath home, designed by award-winning San Francisco architect Stanley Saitowitz. Super convenient location. Tons of sunlight pours through the giant, open floor -...
    Tenancy In Common
    $1,399,000 | 3, 2
    MLS# 421578782
    Anza Vista quintessential San Francisco city living! This designer full floor remodeled flat has it all: elegant style, period details and charm of an old era, yet all modern amenities, high-end fixtures and luxury finishes. Originally an Edwardian building, the...
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    Recent Neighborhood Home Sales

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    Condominium
    $915,000 | 1, 1
    MLS# 478760
    At the crossroads of everything; 1930 Eddy #101 is adjacent to all your favorite things. The 1 bed, 1 bath condo has a lot to show. The recently updated kitchen sports stainless steel appliances; in unit laundry, storage, parking, &...
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    Condominium
    $1,305,000 | 2, 2
    MLS# 478143
    This remodeled condo offers the urban dweller's dream: A walkable location on one of the hippest streets in San Francisco. Walk, eat, drink, shop, repeat! The open living space is an entertainer's dream, featuring grand living room with FP, ample...
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    Condominium
    $980,000 | 1, 1
    MLS# 477690
    Marvelous mid-century modern condo with breathtaking Eastern City & Bay views in centrally-located Anza Vista. Rarely-available one bedroom, one bathroom in four-unit building. Ideal floor plan with living and sleeping spaces well-separated. Bathed in natural light. Long deck for watching...
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    More About The Anza Vista Neighborhood

    Anza Vista’s claim to fame: it sits atop the former Calvary Cemetery. The housing crisis is nothing new in our fair City; SF voted in 1902 to ban burials at all but two cemeteries to increase available space for living people. The graves at Calvary Cemetery were moved to Colma in the 1930s and 1940s, making way for housing to be built. In this neighborhood bounded by Geary, Divisadero, Turk, and Masonic, you’ll find a mix of mid-century homes and some mid-size apartment buildings. Kaiser Permanente has a large campus on Geary, and there’s a sizable shopping center with chain stores on the corner of Geary and Masonic.

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