Western Addition
Homes for Sale

Centrally located, north of Hayes Valley and south of Lower Pacific Heights between the Van Ness and Divisadero corridors. Home to mid-rise buildings mixed with relocated Victorians and a smattering of a little bit of everything else.

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Our Current Selection of Western Addition Homes for Sale

Stock Cooperative
$630,000 | 3, 2, 1
MLS# 424034977
Unique co-op's lifestyle for affordable price in the heart of the city offers a delightful fusion of vibrant urban living, contemporary design, enjoyable pedestrian-oriented site plan with parking on the periphery of the three-block site, and three story apartment buildings...
Condominium
$1,095,000 | 3, 2, 1
MLS# 424031104
Immerse yourself in comfortable townhouse-style living with this exceptional 2-level, top-floor condo nestled between Lower Pac Heights and Hayes Valley. Boasting a prime location near Japantown, Hayes Valley's shops and dining, and the San Francisco Theatre District, this residence offers...
Condominium
$750,000 | 1, 1, 1
MLS# 424031675
Luxury Corner Unit with Stunning Views in Fillmore Heritage:This elegant and professionally managed corner unit at the prestigious Fillmore Heritage in the heart of San Francisco's vibrant Fillmore Jazz District has it all. With incredible city views, including City Hall,...
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St. Mary's Cathedral, Western Addition
Raymond Kimbell Playground
The Panhandle Gives A Quick Trip Into Golden Gate Park.
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Western Addition Neighborhood Vibe

The western addition has a long and storied role in the history, development, and redevelopment of San Francisco. In the 1960s, Pacific Heights was still a part of the MLS sub-district. Over the years, as the neighborhoods to north and south have become notably more expensive, the geographic MLS boundaries of this neighborhood have gotten smaller. The neighborhood was one of the first “redevelopment” projects in San Francisco, and the lessons learned from early HUD developments and thinking about urban redevelopment still affect the neighborhood.

 

Popular Western Addition Home Styles

You won’t find skyscrapers in the neighborhood, with 4 – 5 stories being about the tallest anything rises. On the southeast side of the neighborhood, you’ll find 1970s developments built with HUD funds, while the northwest corner is home to Victorians that were relocated when Japantown was developed. While you will find some single-family homes throughout the neighborhood, it’s mostly a neighborhood of multi-unit buildings and condos in smaller to medium sized associations.

 

Getting Around in Western Addition

Divisadero bus lines serve the western side of the neighborhood, while the southwest side is a several-block walk to Market Street transit options. Centrally located and very walkable.

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Awards, Accolades, and Recognition

We’re proud of the recognition we’ve earned for excellence in San Francisco real estate representation.

Our broker, Matt Fuller, is a recognized thought leader, white paper author, and media consultant for the real estate industry. He has served as the President of the San Francisco Association of Realtors and the Director of the California Association of Realtors.

We are members of the Top Agent Network, San Francisco’s premier community for the top ten percent of local real estate agents.

We’ve received numerous industry certifications including Certified International Property Specialist (CIPS), Graduate of REALTOR Institute (GRI), and National Association of REALTOR (NAR) Fair Housing.

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