Haight Ashbury

Jimi Hendrix, Janis Joplin, The Grateful Dead. 1968. Victorians, Edwardians, street punks, and skater kids. Everyone has an idea of what the Haight should be. Come discover what it actually is for yourself.

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    Colorful Victorian Homes
    Haight Street Market
    Kezar Stadium in Golden Gate Park

    Haight Ashbury Neighborhood Vibe

    Haight Street is the commercial heart of the neighborhood, filled with coffee shops, restaurants, boutiques that cater to tourists, and plenty of other “only in the Haight” stores. The Haight Ashbury neighborhood is a very walkable area — it’s flat and easy to navigate. Proximity to Golden Gate Park — both the main part of the park and the Panhandle — gives everyone in the neighborhood a place to play outdoors.


    Popular Haight Ashbury Home Styles

    Eclectic. Most homes are on 25′ wide lots and touch the adjacent homes. There is a mix of housing styles and sizes from Victorian to modern, from single-family to multi-unit buildings. There are plenty of 3 – 6 unit buildings, some subdivided into condominiums, in the neighborhood.


    Getting Around in The Haight Ashbury

    Call it a transit-rich environment. There are about half a dozen bus lines that run through the neighborhood, and the closest N-Judah streetcar is a several-block walk away in Duboce Park from the eastern side of the neighborhood, while the Cole Valley N-Judah is within walking distance of the western side of the Haight Ashbury neighborhood.


    Neighborhood Homes for Sale

    $1,649,000 | 3, 1, 1
    MLS# 423900040
    Magnificent 2-level 3BR 1.5BA Victorian condo a block from the panhandle, 2 blocks to Golden Gate Park. Carefully restored & architecturally significant, built by Richard 'Dickie' Cranston in 1894 & lives like a single-family home. Ground level: kitchen, dining, butler's...
    $999,990 | 3, 2, 0
    MLS# 423910394
    Set in San Francisco's sought-after Haight-Ashbury neighborhood, this 3 bedroom 2 bathroom condominium is filled with original details to match its classic Victorian exterior. Step upstairs to warm hardwood floors and high ceilings throughout. Discover a bright living area with...
    Tenancy In Common
    $1,250,000 | 3, 2, 1
    MLS# 423906191
    Located in the heart of San Francisco's legendary Haight-Ashbury neighborhood, just moments from the Panhandle and Golden Gate Park, these charming Victorian homes boast a timeless elegance with modern touches that are sure to impress. The homes are a true...

    Recent Neighborhood Home Sales

    5 or More Unit
    $2,525,000 | 3, 0, 0
    MLS# 423748465
    Located in the Ashbury Heights neighborhood, the property is a six-unit building which has been extensively upgraded with the addition of two new units under the City's ADU program. Renovations included a voluntary seismic upgrade with a new concrete foundation,...
    $1,725,000 | 8, 0, 3
    MLS# 423747634
    2041 Oak Street is a 4-unit apartment building located in the highly sought-after Haight Ashbury neighborhood of San Francisco. Spanning 4,000 square feet, this charming building is comprised of four two-bedroom units. It offers a range of amenities including a...
    $1,477,500 | 3, 1, 0
    MLS# 423748223
    Elegance abounds in this rarely available stylishly remodeled condo with an oversized park-like shared yard. Located on a highly coveted tree-lined street, this designer updated home combines the elements of modern living with a fully restored vintage building, and checks...

    More About the Haight Ashbury

    Known to many locals as the Upper Haight, the Haight Ashbury is located along the south side of the Panhandle. The neighborhood is filled with a mix of classic Victorian homes, plenty of smaller unit buildings, and some medium-sized apartments. It’s a top tourist destination, so be prepared to navigate around visitors as they get their obligatory photo of the street signs at the intersection of Haight & Ashbury. Ground zero for the summer of love back in 1967, it’s now home to a broad spectrum of residents: from long-time neighborhood denizens to hopeful newcomers to homeless people who like the vibe of the neighborhood.

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