WELCOME TO THE NEIGHBORHOOD
A niche neighborhood, Ashbury Heights is a highly desired community with unparalleled views of the city and San Francisco Bay. Most homes within this neighborhood are classic Grand Edwardian and Victorian architectural styles. The leafy tree-lined streets are small, winding, and quietly 'above the fray.' Many elegant flats and apartment buildings, some built in the first half of the 20th century, dot the area. One favorite brick home 'does it up' every holiday – including Valentine's Day!
The Grateful Dead, Janis Joplin, and The TV show "That's So Raven" all had Ashbury Street addresses, making an Ashbury Heights address coveted by many and worthy of its stature.
SIGHTS. CULTURE. VIBE.
Serene, but with easy access to some hustle and bustle, Ashbury Heights is near an array of shopping, nightlife, and urban amenities. Enjoy a brisk walk to chic pubs, clubs, cafes, and shops in Haight-Ashbury, Lower Haight, and The Castro.
Randall Museum: Owned and operated by the San Francisco Recreation and Parks Department, Randall Museum offers a theater, art studios, shops, animal habitats, sprawling gardens, and an overlook.
Buena Vista Park: The steep summit offers spectacular views of Golden Gate Park, the Pacific Ocean, and on clear days – Drake’s Bay. Enjoy a whimsical path that connects various lookouts, including a local favorite dubbed “the window.” Tennis courts and a big grassy area at the top.
Corona Heights Park: Ascends part of the same hill as Buena Vista Park. The park is perfect for dogs and has a convenient playground.
PLACES YOU CAN GO
Ashbury Heights is located to the south of the Haight-Ashbury and east of Cole Valley, at Tank Hill's base – making this neighborhood within easy walking distance of San Francisco's finest amenities.
Food & Beverage
The Ice Cream Bar
Parks & Recreation
Buena Vista Park
Golden Gate Park
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