Miraloma Park Neighborhood Vibe
Single-family central. The neighborhood is almost all single-family homes, with a few small condo developments on the edges of the neighborhood. It was built from about the 1920s to after WWII, and homes range from adorable storybook cottages to mid-century modern homes that could grace the cover of Dwell magazine. Tower Market mall is along the northeast edge of the neighborhood with a grocery store and other shops.
Popular Miraloma Park Home Styles
Think single-family homes on lots that are typically 25 feet wide but sometimes a little bit more. Most homes are built to the lot width and have a backyard as well as a small front yard with a garage large enough for one car, sometimes two. From stucco homes with art-deco details to 1950s mid-century modern homes that perch above Glen Canyon Park with beautiful views, Miraloma Park is home to some beautiful abodes.
Getting Around in Miraloma Park
On the southeast side of the neighborhood, some residents will walk to Glen Park BART, while on the northwest side of the neighborhood the Forest Hill Muni station offers light-rail service to downtown. Several bus lines also serve the neighborhood. Miraloma Park was built after the automobile had conquered the American imagination, and unless the local shopping meets your needs, you’ll probably find it more enjoyable to live here with a car.