SF’s Ingleside Neighborhood: Still Get a Home for Under $1 Million

Ingleside is a working class neighborhood of San Francisco, and is known for its pretty steep streets, fine hilltop views of the city, eclectic southside house architecture, and is a bit off the beaten path (a MUNI from downtown takes 40 minutes to get there). And, this little patch of near-paradise in SF is still one of the places in the city a couple or family can buy a house for under $1 million.

According to Paragon Real Estate Group 20% of homes sold in SF since July 2016 had a price tag under $1 million, and out of those 593 sales, 83 have been in Ingleside.

Businessinsider.com took a recent online article tour of the Ingleside neighborhood and came away with these takeaways:

  1. There’s a community garden for Ingleside residents at Brooks Park wherein locals can tend their own little patches of vegetables or ornamentals. Wide angle views of the city.
  2. Neighborhood is quiet during the day as workers are away. On weekends, its neighborly and there are actual families there.
  3. Ocean Avenue, the main strip is packed with new restaurants and supermarkets and condos are making their inevitable appearance.
  4. A 4-bedroom house was listed in February this year for $799,000 and popped for $200,000 over asking—but still under $1 M.