Corona Heights

Above it all but still in the thick of it, with a great neighborhood dog run, park, and community museum/center. Winding curves, steep hills, jaw-dropping views, sudden changes in direction. You aren’t lost. You’re in Corona Heights.

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Climb to the Top of Corona Heights Park

View From Corona Heights to Downtown

Tennis Courts at Corona Heights Park

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Corona Heights Neighborhood Vibe

It’s a mostly residential area, heavy on housing and light on businesses, except the Randall Museum and a smattering of mom-and-pop corner stores. The closest commercial area is a walk down the hill to the Castro, although the Haight and Cole Valley are also within walking distance (depending on your definition of walking distance and location within the ‘hood).

 

Popular Corona Heights Home Styles

Corona Heights is composed of an eclectic mixture of single-family homes, condos, tenancies-in-common, and unit buildings, with classic Victorian homes juxtaposed next to minimalist modern construction heavy on glass and metal details. The largest condominium building in the Corona Heights neighborhood was converted from its original use as a hospital that you may recall from the Alfred Hitchcock movie “Vertigo.”

 

Getting Around in Corona Heights

The neighborhood is traversed by several bus lines, and the Castro and Duboce Park Muni stations are also within walking distance – as long as you don’t mind hills!

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Neighborhood Homes for Sale

Single-Family Home
$1,695,000 | 2, 2
MLS# 483921
Ord Court is a tiny, charming, quiet cul-de-sac tucked away in San Francisco's historic city center with just a few special homes - and you could be lucky enough to live here! Sunny and bright, 41 Ord Court (not street!)...
Single-Family Home
$1,395,000 | 2, 1
MLS# 492229
Expansion may be possible in garage, off back or top of bldg. Remodeled 2BR/1BA Home w/View, Deck, Tiered Gardens and Huge Garage with High Ceilings. Enclosed backyard with a country style porch make this an outdoor paradise nestled in the...
Condominium
$999,000 | 2, 1
MLS# 483758
Your piece of Camelot awaits you at 4066 17th Street, perched atop the serene hillside overlooking the Castro hills. This two bedroom, one bath condo comes with an abundant amount of deeded outdoor space including a front yard with newly...
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Recent Neighborhood Home Sales

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Condominium
$1,920,000 | 2, 2
MLS# 477654
Take in the stunning views from this house-like condo in coveted Corona Heights. Behind this modest facade lies a spacious two-level condo with sweeping Bay & City Lights views reaching from Bernal to Downtown. Exclusive use for this unit only,...
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Condominium
$1,159,000 | 1, 1
MLS# 477179
Buy it NOW Price! Fabulous top full floor condo in 2-unit building, featuring an open floor plan and a well-appointed gourmet kitchen w/island. Open beamed high ceilings give the space a loft'' feel w/storage space. Features include updated bath, hardwood...
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Single-Family Home
$1,800,000 | 2, 1
MLS# 476791
This single-family home is 1 of just 4 houses to enjoy a tranquil,pedestrian-only cul-de-sac.The home offers classic SF charm w modern design sensibilities for today's living. The expansive lot stretches from Ord Ct to States St. & along with RH-2...
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More About Corona Heights

Corona Heights is roughly bounded by Roosevelt to the north, Clayton to the west, Market St. to the south and Castro street to the east. The Corona Heights park and playground is at the geographic center of the neighborhood, and the dog park is especially popular with dog owners and professional dog walkers throughout the city. The Randall Museum is located directly below the Corona Heights park and playground. Homes within a short distance of the park are always popular.

 

As we’ve mentioned, Corona Heights is a hilly destination, and because of this many of the homes offer breathtaking views of downtown, the San Francisco Bay, and the southern hills. The Corona Heights ‘hood is composed of an eclectic mixture of single family homes, condos, tenancies-in-common, and unit buildings, with classic Victorian homes for sale juxtaposed next to minimalist modern construction heavy on glass and metal details. The largest condominium building in the Corona Heights neighborhood was converted from its original use as a hospital that you may recall from the Alfred Hitchcock movie “Vertigo.”

 

The closest commercial area is a walk down the hill to the Castro, although the Haight and Cole Valley are also within walking distance (depending on your definition of walking distance and location within the ‘hood). The neighborhood is traversed by several bus lines, and the Castro and Duboce Park Muni stations are also within walking distance – as long as you don’t mind hills!

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