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3
Beds
2
Baths
N/A
SqFt
 
 
#487410
 
2
Beds
1
Baths
1,308
SqFt
 
 
#487949
 
3
Beds
2 | 1
Baths
1,100
SqFt
 
 
#487136
 

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5
Beds
2
Baths
1,580
SqFt
 
 
#489487
 
3
Beds
2
Baths
1,555
SqFt
Open House: Sep 21, 2019 2:00 PM - 4:00 PM
 
#488947
 
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Mission Terrace is a neighborhood located in the southeastern part of San Francisco. The neighborhood has a Spanish-inspired architectural identity, and most of it was originally built and developed between the 1920s and 1930s. After undergoing various transformations throughout the years, Mission Terrace has now evolved into a quiet neighborhood with stylish homes with lush gardens, scenic streets, and a dynamic array of local establishments consisting of pizzerias, cafés, markets, and more. Even with energetic streets such as Mission Avenue and Ocean Avenue running through it, Mission Terrace still manages to retain a small neighborhood identity and an intimate vibe that’s usually present in some of its more central neighbors. Despite its distance from bustling central and downtown San Francisco, the neighborhood offers convenient access to express Muni bus lines, freeway on-ramps, and BART stations (Balboa and Glen Park), along with lively bars boutique shops, and restaurants along Mission Street. Real estate options and homes for sale in Mission Terrace Mission Terrace is a great neighborhood for anyone looking for a home in a laidback area. The neighborhood’s serene, intimate setting is created by its scenic residential streets lined with Spanish Mediterranean style multi-level homes, many of which are built with plenty of character and are well-maintained. Buyers searching for an ideal home in Mission Terrace will have plenty of top-notch options to choose from. You’ll be able to find 1 to 5-bedroom homes and larger, with features such as:
  • Spacious front and back yards
  • Beautiful hardwood floors
  • Well-designed floor plans
  • Large living and dining rooms
  • Gorgeous eat-in kitchens with top-quality appliances
  • Elegant bathrooms with updated fixtures
  • Master bedrooms with panoramic city views
Destinations, activities, and great things to do in Mission Terrace
  • If you love spending lots of time outdoors, Mission Terrace is located close to Balboa Park, an expansive outdoor space equipped with features such as four baseball fields, tennis courts, a soccer stadium, an indoor pool, a picnic area, and a playground with climbing structures and a sand play area.

  • Another great nearby outdoor destination is the 70-acre Glen Canyon Park, which has tennis courts and ball fields, a community recreation center, children’s playgrounds, and a ropes course. The city park is very popular for local rock climbers, as it is considered one of the best “bouldering”” sites in the region.

  • Mission Street offers a plethora of shopping, dining, and entertainment options. Here, you’ll be able to find a vast array of establishments including, music shops, pizzerias, coffee shops, clothing boutiques, and more. One of the best things to enjoy in Mission Street however is the incredible Mexican cuisine – check out legendary establishments such as the 50-year-old La Taqueria, which is famous for practically inventing the city’s local taco and burrito styles.