Twin Peaks
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San Francisco’s highest point was developed beginning in the 1960s. Mid-century construction, utilitarian buildings, and jaw-dropping views of downtown and the East Bay when the wind and fog relent.

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    Hillside Homes on Twin Peaks
    View From Twin Peaks to Downtown, photo cred: E. Campo
    Rolling Green Hills of Twin Peaks
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    Twin Peaks Neighborhood Vibe

    Twin Peaks – as the name suggests – is the neighborhood immediately below the eastern side of Twin Peaks, with a reputation for cold, windy, and foggy weather. It’s a strictly residential area, with housing constructed starting in the 1960s. On a clear day, Twin Peaks homes are renowned for their amazing views. On a foggy day, though: forget it! The biggest draw for Twin Peaks homes is the stunning views.

     

    Popular Twin Peaks Home Styles

    Homes in Twin Peaks tend to be condominiums or unit buildings. There are a smattering of single-family homes in the neighborhood, but they are the exception to the rule. If you’re looking for a Victorian or an Edwardian, you won’t find them here — Twin Peaks was empty hilltops until the 1960s, long after those housing styles were out of production.

     

    Getting Around in Twin Peaks

    Bring your car! But if you can’t or don’t want to bring your car, the neighborhood is served by Muni bus lines. There is no light rail that serves the neighborhood. Adjacent neighborhoods are just a short walk down the hill, but a long walk back up it!

    Downtown photo credit: E. Campo, 2023

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    Our Current Selection of Twin Peaks Homes for Sale

    Single Family Home
    $1,749,000 | 2, 2, 0
    MLS# 424010008
    Views views views! Perched high on a hill in the heart of San Francisco, this extraordinary single-family home offers unparalleled views of the cityscape. Step inside and be greeted by a modern oasis, where every detail has been thoughtfully curated....
    Single Family Home
    $2,595,000 | 3, 3, 2
    MLS# 424008605
    Exceptional 3-bed, 3.5-bath home built tastefully updated in 2018. Solar panels were added and paid in full. Versatile layout offers single-family living or separate unit potential: you choose. Main level features an open kitchen/dining area with Venetian plaster walls and...
    Condominium
    $865,000 | 2, 1, 1
    MLS# 424009437
    This Twin Peaks unit has it all: top-floor views, tasteful renovations, parking, and storage! 298 Portola Dr #302 is a light-filled 2 BD, 1 BA condo with green outlooks, floor-to-ceiling windows, striking wood floors, and an inviting open floor plan....
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    Recently Sold Listings in Twin Peaks

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    Condominium
    $560,000 | 1, 1, 1
    MLS# 423926992
    Discover the epitome of modern living in this well-priced one-bedroom, one-bathroom condominium, perfectly situated in the coveted neighborhood of Twin Peaks. Boasting a contemporary open layout, the expansive living room seamlessly flows into a well-appointed kitchen featuring stainless steel appliances,...
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    Tenancy In Common
    $610,000 | 1, 1, 1
    MLS# 423916538
    Super high end view unit with private view deck, parking, and in unit W/D. Semantic Beaux Arts custom cabinetry, Gaggenau appliances, Wolf Range, Neolith Estatuario countertops, Miele washer and dryer, and old-growth hickory wide plank flooring. Portola Drive is at...
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    Single Family Home
    $1,800,000 | 3, 3, 2
    MLS# 423900314
    Stunning 3BD/3BD Twin Peaks Mid-Century Modern View Home, just below Twin Peaks open space, in an area where single family homes rarely become available. 29 Hopkins Avenue greets visitors with a spacious FLR w/big Bay views, vaulted ceilings, fireplace, and...
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    More About Twin Peaks

    Would you like some fog with that coffee? Seriously, like many of our post-WWII neighborhoods, Twin Peaks assumes that you have a vehicle. There is no commercial center within the neighborhood, so you’ll be leaving the neighborhood by foot, bike, or some other means for all of your shopping (unless, of course, you only buy things online…). The Tower Market strip mall is probably the closest commercial center to the area, and the Diamond Heights shopping center is another option.

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