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Bayview Heights San Francisco real estateBayview Heights has had its fair share of ups and downs. The neighborhood population increased significantly during the 1940s, when large groups of people came to stay for the construction of the shipyard. This event has caused Bayview Heights’ population to triple its numbers. The population growth consequently led to developments in the area. As the construction came to a close, growth started to dwindle. The Bayview housing market is a treasure chest with offerings for saavy investors. Homes in Bayview Heights are usually single-family homes and condos and are a mixture of older properties and new construction. Townhouses and duplexes can also be found in the neighborhood. Architecture is diverse and can range from traditional styles, Victorian, to even art deco and mid-century. Wide range in home offerings and architecture aside, most residential properties in Bayview Heights also enjoy one feature that simply can’t be ignored– breathtaking views of the Bay area. Click on the Bayview Heights tab on the homepage for available listings and recent sales data.
What’s in and around Bayview Heights?Bayview Heights is located a short drive away from a wide variety of San Francisco’s attractions in the south/southeast section, such as:
- The Quesada Gardens – An award-winning community initiative located close to Bayview Heights and Bayview, the Quesada Gardens features public art, gathering spaces, and gardens open to the public rain or shine. It started in 2002 and has since evolved into a sustainable community project that has influenced other developments such as urban gardening in the area.
- Candlestick Point State Recreation Area – Candlestick Point is a popular recreation destination that features amazing vistas of the East bay Hills, the Bay Area, and San Bruno Mountain. The state park is home to walking and hiking trails, picnic spaces, fishing piers, an large open spaces for other outdoor activities. Candlestick Point is also a favorite among local birdwatchers– the park is often visited by a wide variety of birds, such as egrets, hawks, and pelicans throughout the year.
- Bayview Park – Home to some of the most beautiful wildflower gardens in San Francisco, Bayview Park covers over 40 acres of land and features hiking trails and a thriving ecosystem. It’s an escape in the city for nature and wildlife enthusiasts, particularly birdwatchers and fans of reptiles.