Parkview Heights

Built in 1984, Parkview Heights is home to 120 town-home/single-family style residences on the Southeast corner of the Potrero Hill neighborhood.

Notable features of the Parkview Heights development to be aware of include that for many (but not all) homes, the Mayor’s Office of Housing typically has a right of first refusal on any sale in the building.

Street addresses for Parkview Heights include:

  • 1400-1500 De Haro St. (odd #s)
  • 1200-1300 Wisconsin
  • 1 – 100 Blair Terrace
  • 1 – 100Caire Terrace
  • 1 – 100 Littlefield Terrace

Home sizes at Parkview Heights range from about 900 square feet up to about 1,300 square feet. Homes are available in two and three-bedroom layouts. Development amenities include a landscaped park.





Ball Field at Nearby Potrero Heights Rec Center

Parkview Heights Town Homes

Short Walk to Zuckerberg SF General Hospital


MLS Listed Homes in the Building

Single-Family Home
$995,000 | 2, 1
MLS# 493118
Welcome to 32 Blair Terrace, a light filled, three-level single family home conveniently located on the sunny slope of Potrero Hill. Perched on a private, quiet, tree lined street this residence boasts an open concept floor-plan featuring a dining area,...
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More About the Building

A planned unit development tucked away on the very south side of Potrero Hill that was developed in 1984. Most homes are either single-family or townhome in style, but are still subject to monthly HOAs and governing documents of the association. A small landscaped park is the development’s only amenity, although most buyers are drawn to the development for the relatively affordable prices of homes that come fairly close to being single family homes.


Number of Homes

Construction Schedule
Completed in 1984.


Most homes have parking in private garages.

Amenities and Original Finishes

Landscaped park.

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