Diamond Heights

Above it all and sometimes in the fog, Diamond Heights has some great mid-century homes in the neighborhood overlooking Noe Valley. Diamond Heights Village dominates the neighborhood with nearly 400 condos, some of which have incredible downtown and Bay views. You’ll need a car or quads of steel to get around in this ‘hood.

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    Glen Canyon Park, Diamond Heights
    Glen Canyon Park and SOTA Track
    View From Twin Peaks
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    Neighborhood Vibe

    The main shopping area is a strip mall with a Safeway grocery store as well as a variety of other shops and cafes. Other than the DHV neighborhood shopping center, though, you’ll find yourself leaving the neighborhood for most any other shopping you might want to do.

     

    Popular Home Styles

    Single-family homes in the neighborhood are nestled on the northwest side of the neighborhood, with many of them overlooking or backing up to Glen Park Canyon. DHV is the largest condominium complex in the neighborhood, but the neighborhood has plenty of condo options. Depending on their location, some homes have phenomenal downtown views.

     

    Getting Around in 

    DH is served by several bus lines, but like much of District 4, the default is to have a car, or at least have easy access to a car. You can count on building up your quads if you don’t have a car or want to take the bus!

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    Neighborhood Homes for Sale

    Condominium
    $762,000 | 1, 1
    MLS# 421597357
    Located in San Francisco's Diamond Heights neighborhood, this remodeled 1 bedroom, 1 bathroom condo is perfect for your city lifestyle needs. Near shopping, restaurants, grocery store, Noe Valley & Glen Park. Across the street from a community vegetable garden &...
    Condominium
    $925,000 | 2, 2
    MLS# 421574269
    Nestled in a wonderful community, this amazing Penthouse level contemporary style condominium is being offered for the 1st time in close to 35 years. It boasts approximately 1,175 sq. ft, natural light, a serene setting, incredible architectural detail including new...
    Condominium
    $995,000 | 2, 2
    MLS# 421596502
    Impressive south facing views greet you as you enter the condo. Exposed wood ceilings and a center fireplace bring warmth and character while bedrooms on opposite ends provide maximum privacy. This top floor unit boasts high ceilings, wood floors, updated...
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    Recent Neighborhood Home Sales

    SOLD
    Condominium
    $1,100,000 | 3, 2
    MLS# 478541
    Tremendous opportunity to put your personal touches on this well loved condo. With gorgeous views of the Bay and South of SF, this home is sunny, spacious and has lovely potential. Three levels create a separation of space with plenty...
    SOLD
    Condominium
    $879,000 | 2, 1
    MLS# 477166
    Nestled right on the border of Glen Park & Diamond Heights, this is one EPIC view condo with a huge exclusive use deck in a small 6 unit building. If you've been dreaming of an open, bright, top floor condo...
    SOLD
    Condominium
    $905,000 | 3, 2
    MLS# 476253
    Spacious three-bedroom, two and a half bath, modern home located in a wonderful Diamond Heights location on the border of Noe Valley! The home opens to a sun washed living room and the perfect combination of a timeless floor plan,...
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    More About Diamond Heights

    Diamond Heights was built out in the 1960s and 1970s, when electricity was king and The Brady Bunch wasn’t yet a parody of suburban America. The weather can be foggy and windy (wind pushed around Twin Peaks often hits the neighborhood dead on), but there are also amazing views from parts of Diamond Heights. It is grouped with the District 4 “West of Twin Peaks” neighborhoods, but it is actually slightly to the south-east of the peaks. Perched high in the hills above Noe Valley, Diamond Heights has a different feel, with mid-century condos and homes, wider streets, and streets that follow the topography of the land instead of a grid. Many residents of Diamond Heights rely on a car for their commute and errands, considering the trek up the hill.

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