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(all data current as of 3/30/2014)
- $899,000 : 2060 Sutter St, Unit 209, San Francisco2 beds, 2.00 bathsListing provided by Tuan Tran, Zephyr Real Estate
- $749,000 : 1914 Pine St, Unit 2, San Francisco1 bed, 1.50 bathsListing provided by Marla Moresi-Valdes, McGuire Real Estate
- $649,000 : 868 Page St, San Francisco1 bed, 1.00 bathsListing provided by Julie Rogers, Domicile Properties, Inc.
- $1,999,000 : 1596 Fulton St, San Francisco0 beds, 0 bathsListing provided by Jeffrey Ancker, Citiland Investment Corp.
- $2,700,000 : 2938 Pine St, San Francisco4 beds, 3.00 bathsListing provided by Annie Williams, Hill & Co.
- $1,299,000 : 64 Waller, San Francisco2 beds, 2.00 bathsListing provided by John Farnham, Pacific Union International
- $950,000 : 200 Divisadero St, Unit 3, San Francisco2 beds, 2.00 bathsListing provided by Miros Rodriguez, Vanguard Properties
- $1,395,000 : 1640 Hayes St, Unit 4, San Francisco3 beds, 2.00 bathsListing provided by C.M. Foo, Alain Pinel, REALTORS
- $4,000,000 : 722 Steiner St, San Francisco5 beds, 4.50 bathsListing provided by Lynnea Key, Key Realty, Lynnea
- $2,500,000 : 927 Fulton St, San Francisco0 beds, 0 bathsListing provided by Victor Makras, Makras Real Estate
- $400,000 : 1440 Webster St, Unit 4, San Francisco3 beds, 2.00 bathsListing provided by Jana Farrell, Coldwell Banker Res. R.E. Svcs
- $899,000 : 103 Ashbury St, San Francisco2 beds, 1.00 bathsListing provided by Donald Jaramillo, Wine Country Group Realtors by Better Homes & Gardens
- $799,000 : 863 Haight St, Unit 2, San Francisco2 beds, 1.00 bathsListing provided by Cheryl Lazar, Paragon Real Estate Group
- $1,895,000 : 794 Hayes St, San Francisco0 beds, 0 bathsListing provided by Allison Chapleau, Alain Pinel Investment Group
- $530,000 : 1905 Laguna St, Unit 306, San Francisco1 bed, 1.00 bathsListing provided by Ildiko Pali, Princeton Real Estate
- $1,599,000 : 1137 Webster St, San Francisco0 beds, 0 bathsListing provided by Tim Brown, Brown & Co. Real Estate
- $823,000 : 8 Buchanan St, Unit 401, San Francisco2 beds, 1.00 bathsListing provided by Garrett Frakes, Polaris Pacific
- $670,000 : 8 Buchanan St, Unit 614, San Francisco1 bed, 1.00 bathsListing provided by Garrett Frakes, Polaris Pacific
- $688,000 : 44 Orben Pl, Unit 42, San Francisco2 beds, 1.00 bathsListing provided by Hazel Butterfield, Fusion Real Estate Network
- $3,250,000 : 605 Haight St, San Francisco0 beds, 0 bathsListing provided by Clinton Textor, Marcus & Millichap
- $85,000 : 1450 Post St, Unit 606, San Francisco1 bed, 1.00 bathsListing provided by Stephanie Schmautz, Sunrise Senior Living Mgmt.
- $1,195,000 : 844 Haight St, San Francisco2 beds, 1.50 bathsListing provided by Annette Liberty, Coldwell Banker Res. R.E. Svc.
- $1,499,000 : 505 Divisadero St, San Francisco0 beds, 0 bathsListing provided by Santino DeRose, DeRose & Appelbaum
- $2,500,000 : 1 Anzavista Ave, San Francisco0 beds, 0 bathsListing provided by Jane Brown, Optimum Realty
- $1,499,000 : 1921 Ellis St, San Francisco0 beds, 0 bathsListing provided by Tim Brown, Brown & Co. Real Estate
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San Francisco District 6 Community Information
Alamo Square, Fillmore, Hayes Valley, Japantown, Lower Pacific Heights & the Western Addition
The Western Addition, District 6 is made up of seven areas in which some of the most recent major demographic changes have occurred in the city in the past twenty-five years.
Alamo Square Park offers exquisite views of the City while with its six perfectly maintained Victorians in a row becoming world recognized through the use of their image being used as a backdrop for many TV shows, movies and advertisements. Catholic Archbishop’s Mansion (now a bed-and-breakfast) and the Imperial Russian Consulate claim this area as home also.
Lower Pacific Heights, referred to as the Fillmore or Western Addition claims Japantown Cherry Blossom Festival takes place yearly, while not far away you can participate in the African-American Juneteenth Festival in Kimball Playground. Predominantly white and African-Americans, the living quarters can be a range of apartments, condos, flats and duplexes to detached Victorians and commercial shops such a boutiques to shoe stores on the ground floor with residential living above. It is convenient to freeways, public transportation, Civic Center and Financial District.
The Western Addition gave birth to the music neighborhood of the city since the 1800′s. Great jazz musicians/vocalist such as Charlie Parker to Billie Holiday played in the jazz and blues clubs along Fillmore Street. Yes, the same Fillmore Street that dominated the psychedelic music scene of the 1960′s with acts at the Fillmore Auditorium orchestrated by the great Bill Graham himself to John Lee Hooker’s Boom Boom Room.
Anza Vista’s most single-family houses and apartments date from the 1930′s and ’40s. Hayes Valley is the area of San Francisco District 6 that was reborn through the demolition of 101 Freeway after the earthquake of 1989, It now boasts of a culturally diverse quaint neighborhood in which you can designer clothing stores to independent coffee houses, no corporate Starbucks in this part of the city!
Japantown, originally settled by Japanese immigrants after the 1906 quake offers such attractions as Japanese baths, flower arranging, martial arts, sushi houses to name a few and many cultural activities. There is a Japan Center where many treasures wait to be bought by locals and tourist, a bowling alley and a Kabuki movie theater.
The new gentrification of Hayes Valley boast of an urbane neighborhood filled with galleries, antique shops, restaurants and book nooks. While the New Conservatory Theatre Complex, the San Francisco Performing Arts Library & Museum are all magnets for lovers of the avant-garde theater.
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