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Balboa Terrace Neighborhood Guide

Before you even start your home buying search, you’d want to know which area to move to. Several factors can influence the choice of place such as demographics, nearby schools, public transportation, amenities, local community, and more. If you’re considering moving to Balboa Terrace, San Francisco, there are several ways for you to identify if Balboa Terrace is a good fit for you.



Balboa Terrace is a neighborhood in San Francisco. The population of Balboa Terrace is 841 with 47% males and 53% females, and a median age of 46. 30% of this neighborhood is occupied by families with children, 21% single-female families, 13% single-male families, and 66% couples. The average household size in Balboa Terrace is 3.05, and the average family size is 3.25.

The median household income for residents of Balboa Terrace, San Francisco is $177,694, while the median individual income is $86,029. About 96% residents have finished high-school, 14% have completed some form of college, but have no degree, 7% have an associate degree, 35% hold a bachelor’s degree, and 29% have completed graduate school.

There are several types of homes for sale in Balboa Terrace, San Francisco such as Single Family Homes, and Condominiums. The median home price is $3,025,000.


How Balboa Terrace stacks up against other neighborhoods in San Francisco:

Price growth over the 3 years
31.15% per year
Sale price last month
Homes sold last 3 years
27 homes sold


About Balboa Terrace

Balboa Terrace is a residential neighborhood in San Francisco, California.

It is located between the neighborhoods of Ingleside and Oceanview and is part of District 10. The main thoroughfare is Balboa Street. The neighborhood has seen a significant amount of development since the 1980s including new condominium complexes and restaurants that have opened along Balboa Street in recent years. In fact, most residents now refer to it as “Downtown Balboa” because it was once considered part of downtown San Francisco when it was first built during the early 20th century by developer Amedee Van Ness who incidentally, also developed nearby Golden Gate Park and Lake Merced..




Who lives in Balboa Terrace?

The population of Balboa Terrace is 841 with 47% males and 53% females, and a median age of 46. 68% of this neighborhood is occupied by families with 21% single-female families, 13% single-male families, and 66% couple families. The average household size in Balboa Terrace is 3.05, and the average family size is 3.25.

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How did Balboa Terrace fare among other neighborhoods in San Francisco?

Price Growth (three years)
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What are the things to do in Balboa Terrace?

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What are the public transit options in Balboa Terrace?

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What schools are available to Balboa Terrace.

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Homes for sale in Balboa Terrace

There are currently no homes for sale in Balboa Terrace.

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