Bayview Heights

You probably didn’t know this neighborhood was a thing — it’s a tiny triangle of land bounded by the 101 to the west, Bayview Park to the east, and the industrial land of the Bayview to the north. It’s similar in style to the Bayview, except none of the streets make any sense!

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View of Bayview Heights from Diamond Heights
Bayview Park
Candlestick Point Recreation Area
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Bayview Heights Neighborhood Vibe

On the north side, it’s loud with an industrial vibe that seeps in from the industrial park section of the Bayview. On the east side, quiet streets dead end at the base of Bayview Park and the rugged lands of Candlestick Point. Third Street bisects the neighborhood, connecting it with Bayview to the north and Visitacion Valley to the south.

 

Popular Bayview Heights Home Styles

Single-family homes on 25′ wide lots are the standard in Bayview Heights. There are some smaller condo and apartment buildings, as well as some unit and mixed-use buildings.

 

Getting Around in Bayview Heights

Welcome to the land of short streets that are laid out in the farthest thing you could find from a grid. Freeway on-ramps add to the fun of navigating around this neighborhood, but if you don’t have a car you’ll find that T-Third light rail bisects the neighborhood and bus service is available as well.

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Neighborhood Homes for Sale

Single-Family Home
$1,399,000 | 4, 3
MLS# 481629
This stunning Bayview Heights, down-to-the-studs renovation, features a spacious designer kitchen with high end appliances, including a beautiful La Cornue range. The great room allows maximum flexibility for contemporary family living and dining. The quiet master suite and a second...
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