Stately single-family homes with views to the southwest at the base of Mt. Davidson define this West of Twin Peaks classic. Like its adjacent neighbors, it assumes you’ve got a car to get you to and from some jaw-dropping views.
A residential neighborhood from beginning to end and at all points in between, with not a drop of commercial or a hint of mixed-use to be found. Like many other West of Twin Peaks neighborhoods, it was originally designed for middle-class commuters enchanted with the “recently” opened West Portal Muni station.
Popular Westwood Highlands Home Styles
Originally designed for the “middle-class” market in the 1920s by Charles Strothoff and built by Hans Nelson, Westwood Highlands was known for its efficient and economical design. There are about 300 homes in the neighborhood, and they were all built as single-family homes.
Getting Around in Westwood Highlands
Like most other West of Twin Peaks neighborhoods, the neighborhood was built with the assumption you’d be parking at least one car in the lovely garage that is attached to your fully detached home.
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