Located south of Ortega Street and north of Sloat Boulevard and Sigmund Stern Grove, Parkside homes technically lie in the southern part of the Sunset, though the area used to be a district of its own.
Parkside real estate is a part of a diverse neighborhood in San Francisco which has a distinct history for longtime residents of the city. Parkside as a neighborhood began in July 1905 when a group led by William Crocker announced they had procured the land from the estate of Adolph Sutro and others to create the development which was a million dollar deal at the time. Parkside was not named for Golden Gate Park, but instead the stand of trees and plants around Laguna Puerca (now called Pine Lake, and often called "Mud Lake" by old-timers).
Diane Feinstein Elementary School, at 24th Avenue and Vincente Street, is a newer middle school which replaced Parkside Elementary School. The Parkside Library is located at 22nd Avenue and Taraval.
Parkside homes for sale are in mostly residential areas, except for the commercial corridor on Taraval Street. The neighborhood is served be a variety of Muni lines, including the L Taraval Metro to downtown and other transit lines such as the 29 Sunset, the 48 Quintara-24th Street, the 66 Quintara, and the 18 46th Avenue. The Parkside branch of the San Francisco Public Library is also located in the area Sigmund Stern Grove is a big attraction and those who live in the Parkside walk to the summer concerts at "the Grove.
All-in-all, Parkside is a truly beautiful and peaceful community at the southern end of San Francisco.
Thursday September 5, Twilight Tour: 5:30-7 pm
Saturday September 7, 12:00-2 pm
Sunday September 8, 2-4 pm
Saturday September 14, 2:00-4 pm
Sunday September 15, 2:00-4 pm
Tuesday September 10, 1-2:30 pm
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Contact Anthony Navarro - 415.305.3291