Pine Lake Park

Where Yorba meets Crestlake meets Escondido, and a couple dozen homes perch above Pine Lake Park. It’s a slight sliver of a neighborhood defined by Crestlake Street encircling the top of — wait for it — Pine Lake Park. Welcome to a dog lover’s paradise.

Stern Grove, Trocadero Clubhouse
San Francisco State University
Summer Concert in Stern Grove

Pine Lake Park Neighborhood Vibe

Picture eucalyptus trees swaying in a marine-layer covered sky while you walk your pooch through the park. Pine Lake Park itself is larger than the area of homes in the neighborhood. Pine Lake Park is in the running for San Francisco’s smallest neighborhood, and many people group it in with the adjacent Merced Manor and Lake Shore neighborhoods. Pine Lake Park is purely residential, with no commercial zoning.


Popular Pine Lake Park Home Styles

Split level ranches, homes without stairs, and all those other “modern” home innovations you usually have to drive to the suburbs to experience…. But don’t come shopping for a condo, because you won’t find one in the neighborhood.


Getting Around in Pine Lake Park

Bring a car. Muni light-rail service is nearby but this neighborhood was developed with the assumption you’d have two legs and four wheels.


Neighborhood Homes for Sale

Single-Family Home
$1,298,000 | 2, 2
MLS# 483554
Pine Lake beauty tucked away on a quiet street while only steps to Stern Grove Park! Gorgeously maintained home boasting charming original details yet elegantly remodeled throughout. A spacious, formal living room with light-filling corner windows w/built-in media center +...
Single-Family Home
$2,195,000 | 4, 4
MLS# 483810
Situated just one block from Parkside and Lakeshore districts come visit this gorgeous extensively remodeled home in coveted Pine Lake Park. Fully detached home featuring 4 bedrooms, 4.5 baths, Family Room, Formal Living Room with gas fireplace, and chefs kitchen...
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