White-picket fences surround single-family homes surrounded by a freeway (CA-1/19th Ave.) and six-lane streets. Once upon a time, Lakeside was just a few sleepy homes. Then roads got built. You can visit the library, but if you want to go shopping you’ll need to head all the way north to the end of the neighborhood or across the street to Stonestown.

San Francisco State
Quiet With a Small Town Feel
TPC Harding Park, an SF Municipal Golf Course

Lakeside Neighborhood Vibe

Anchored by a commercial district at the north end, Lakeside is a narrow (about 5 blocks) strip of homes bounded by busy CA-1/19th Ave. to the west and Junipero Serra Ave. to the east. The homes are delightfully suburban, with white picket fences, front yards, and mature landscaping. Commuters and students traverse the neighborhood, particularly during rush hour and peak class times.


Popular Lakeside Home Styles

White picket fences and fully detached single family homes with front yards. If it wasn’t for the traffic, you’d wonder if you are even in San Francisco.


Getting Around in Lakeside

It’s a car neighborhood, although there is very convenient public transit that runs adjacent to and through the neighborhood.


Lakeside Homes for Sale

Single-Family Home
$1,148,000 | 2, 2
MLS# 485416
Well located, split-level, detached, Lakeside Mid-Century Charmer. The main level features a living-room with fireplace, formal dining room, beautifully refinished Parquet hardwood floors, original period detailing and a large eat-in kitchen. Upstairs find 2 spacious bedrooms, one en-suite as well...
Single-Family Home
$1,888,000 | 4, 3
MLS# 485126
Back on Market!! No fault of sellers. Price Reduced to sell!! This spacious, single family home is situated from walking distance to Stonestown Mall , State University, and public library. The main level offers high ceilings, large living room, kitchen...
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