South Park is one of the smallest neighborhoods in San Francisco. It is a quiet neighborhood with a lot of trees and is located close to Golden Gate Park. There are around 3,500 residents living in South Park and the median age of its residents is 33 years old.
The neighbors are friendly and they know each other well. Most people walk to work or ride their bikes because there are no buses or trains through the neighborhood. The closest grocery store and restaurants are located on Divisadero Street which can be reached by walking for around 20 minutes or by taking a bus from 23rd Avenue and Fulton Street which will take you there within 5 minutes.
Overall, South Park is a nice place to live, albeit slightly expensive.
There are currently homes for sale in South Park, San Francisco.
Average days on market for homes in South Park, San Francisco was 69 days this month, 69 days last month and 95 days last year. Competition is heating up with homes in South Park, San Francisco selling 14% more than the asking price in the last three months. However, three years ago they were selling 0% lower than the asking price.
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