Mount Davidson Manor

Between Balboa Terrace and Westwood Park at the top of small crest lies a neighborhood of mostly Spanish Mediterranean homes built by noted SF architect Fernando Nelson. North of Ocean but south of Monterey, it’s a curvy hillside of single-family homes west of Twin Peaks.

Mount Davidson Manor Looking South To San Bruno Mountains
Mount Davidson Eucalyptus Forest
Nearby Homes of Newer Construction

Mount Davidson Manor Neighborhood Vibe

Welcome to the land of fully detached single-family homes with tile roofs in the Spanish Med tradition. Ocean Avenue provides the neighborhood with a shopping corridor, and also with Muni light-rail service. Homes are a little larger than the traditional SF home.


Popular Mount Davidson Manor Home Styles

Prolific SF builder/architect Fernando Nelson designed and built more than 4,000 homes across the city. While you’ll find his earliest Victorian construction concentrated in the Mission, Castro, Noe Valley, and Lower Haight neighborhoods, by the 1920s he had moved west, and his work in Mount Davidson Manor began in the early 1920s.


Getting Around in Mount Davidson Manor

Ocean Avenue provides excellent access to the Balboa Park BART station and I-280 as well as providing Muni light-rail service.


Neighborhood Homes for Sale

Single-Family Home
$1,895,000 | 4, 3
MLS# 487125
Gracious Spanish Mediterranean w/ample rooms, elegant period details, flexible floor plan, & exquisite views, outlooks, & light. This generous completely detached home on a wonderful block is ready to move right-in or to be re-imagined. Bright upper level w/ entry...
Single-Family Home
$1,798,000 | 4, 3
MLS# 486620
156 Upland Drive is a future-proofed and one of the youngest homes on this rare block of views. 156 is a prominently set, detached and updated quiet home. With more than 2,300 sqft of living space over 2 levels, a...
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