Lone Mountain Neighborhood Vibe
Anchored by the University of San Francisco campus, Lone Mountain has a relatively small number of homes for the size of the area bounded by Geary, Arguello, Fulton, and Masonic. There’s no commercial center within the boundaries, but just outside is the shopping center on Geary @ Masonic. You’ll find plenty of one-block-long streets, bounded on either end by the campus.
Popular Lone Mountain Home Styles
Single-family homes built between the 1920s and 1940s construction are the most common in Lone Mountain. Lots are mostly a very SF-standard 25′ wide.
Getting Around in Lone Mountain
It’s pretty easy to have a car living in Lone Mountain (most homes were built with garages), but for those who rely on public transportation, there are plenty of buses to choose from. Masonic and Geary provide shopping, eating, and grocery-procuring options that are accessible by foot for daily errands.