Ashbury Heights

Postcard perfect pads-n-palaces perched atop a hill. Gaze over Cole Valley to the Pacific. Or ramble through Buena Vista Park with your pooch. You’re on top of your game and on top of your hill.

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    Ashbury Terrace Stairs

    View of Mount Sutro

    Buena Vista Park

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    Ashbury Heights Neighborhood Vibe

    Classic and quiet. You don’t move here to be seen. You move here to observe. It’s a neighborhood at the top of the hill, with Buena Vista Park on the east side and Cole Valley to the west. If you love hills, you’ll find it’s walkable to Cole Valley and the Haight Ashbury.

     

    Popular Ashbury Heights Home Styles

    Classic Grand Edwardians and Victorians that are fully detached mingle with duplexes, modern takes on classic homes, and a few scattered apartment buildings. Some of central San Francisco’s largest and most distinguished homes, particularly those that front Buena Vista Park on the east side of the neighborhood, can be found in Ashbury and Buena Vista Heights.

     

    Getting Around in Ashbury Heights

    Bring your calf muscles, a bicycle, or a car. There is limited bus service through the neighborhood, but the neighborhood was developed at a time when the original owners would never have wanted “public” transit running through their neighborhood.

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    Neighborhood Homes for Sale

    Condominium
    $1,289,000 | 1, 1, 0
    MLS# 422653060
    Spacious 1 bedroom + den + bonus room / 1 bath Edwardian condo on the charming section of Divisadero. The home features an open floor plan with the kitchen, dining and living areas all on same level, and the bonus...
    Condominium
    $799,000 | 1, 1, 0
    MLS# 422658366
    This gorgeous Neoclassical building was originally built in 1905 as a single family home; truly a trophy property. It was later divided into 6 units, each of which enjoys the high ceilings, period detail, & grand scale of the original...
    Duplex
    $3,900,000 | 7, 0, 1
    MLS# 422649922
    Gorgeous Neo-Classical Edwardian with panoramic downtown, Bay, east bay hills, Bernal Heights,Mt.Diablo and southern city views from both units. Two very large flats perfect for an owner-occupier looking for an income property. Both units are vacant. This is a one...
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    Recent Neighborhood Home Sales

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    Townhouse
    $890,000 | 1, 1, 1
    MLS# 422647199
    Designed by award-winning architect Donald MacDonald, the 1200 Clayton St. collection of townhomes offers an urban retreat in the center of San Francisco. MacDonald, who recently designed the eastern-span of the San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge, is known for his unique...
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    Condominium
    $3,000,000 | 3, 3, 1
    MLS# 422640684
    Edwardian details combine with beautiful remodeling to create the perfect home in the heart of Ashbury Hts./Cole Valley. Main level flows perfectly from sunny living room with gas fireplace and built-in bookshelves, to spacious formal dining room with wainscoting, to...
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    Condominium
    $888,000 | 1, 1, 1
    MLS# 422639218
    Gorgeous 1 bedroom, 1 bath condo in the iconic Park Hill complex located at Buena Vista Park. Spacious living/dining room with two picture windows overlooking a rare deeded patio. High end design includes built-in bookshelves and display cabinets with glass...
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    More About Ashbury Heights

    While the neighborhood might share part of its name and a street with the nearby Haight-Ashbury, the neighborhoods are about as opposite as opposite can be. One is relatively flat, home to lots of apartments and mixed-use buildings, and the epicenter of the 1967 Summer of Love.

    The other is perched gracefully above it all, sheltered from the winds pushed around by Twin Peaks with stunning views, is home almost exclusively to single-family homes, and believes in the holy cultural trinity of Opera, Ballet, and Symphony.

    Homes in Ashbury Heights are on the more westward-facing side of the hill, while homes on the more eastern side of the hill and those that face Buena Vista Park are known as Buena Vista Heights.

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