Inner Sunset is a place where families come to stay for its affordability and space, without leaving the city. Here, you’ll find long-time residents who’ve settled here years ago and fresh faces, new to the city’s delights, as there’s something for everyone to enjoy.
Irving St. has a life of its own in the evenings and on weekends, when eclectic shops and casual family-owned restaurants open up to hungry, happy groups of all ages.
Here, it’s not uncommon to pass neighbors washing their cars on a nice day or spot parents pushing strollers with happy-go-lucky dogs underfoot. Residents are happy to be here, and they love the value of the neighborhood, which is why so many choose to stay long-term.
The park that borders this neighborhood to the north has more than enough greenery, and is a destination for most of San Francisco, but for Inner Sunset residents, it’s their backyard.
With a median home value of $1.6 million, prices in Inner Sunset are high, but far from the highest in the city, and with that comes space to settle down and stretch out — maybe even in your own yard — which makes homes here feel like the best value in town.
Irving St. is full of life and is the center of activity in typically-quiet Inner Sunset, and there’s something for everyone in this neighborhood, whether you’re looking for a good, downhome diner, a cozy wine bar or a day in the park.
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