Golden Gate Heights, a little-known enclave in San Francisco, has been named one of the hottest neighborhoods of 2017. Located on the outskirts of the Sunset District, the charming micro-neighborhood has no shops or restaurants. But it draws homebuyers with its affordability, suburban feel, and great views. A whopping 86% of homes in Golden Gate Heights sell above asking price, according to Redfin.
Carl Larsen, an early Sunset immigrant who arrived in San Francisco from Denmark in 1869, began purchasing huge tracts of land in the Sunset dunes. He gave the city land on the eastern side of the Sunset in 1924, which is today known as Golden Gate Heights.
Golden Gate Heights is a San Francisco neighborhood. Golden Gate Heights has a population of 3,761 people, with 49 percent males and 51 percent females with a median age of 41. This neighborhood is home to 25% of families with children, 25% of single-female households, 18% of single-male families, and 57% of couples.
With 10,995 residents, Golden Gate Heights is San Francisco's 84th most walkable neighborhood.
Golden Gate Heights offers adequate public transportation and is bikeable to some extent.
The City and County of San Francisco is a consolidated city-county, serving as both a charter city and a charter county with a combined administration since 1856. Because it is the only such consolidation in California, it is the only California city with a mayor who also serves as the county executive and a county board of supervisors that also serves as the city council.
Golden Gate Heights is located in San Francisco County and is considered to be one of the nicest areas to live in California. Living in Golden Gate Heights provides inhabitants with an urban-suburban mix, and the majority of homeowners own their houses. There are numerous bars, restaurants, coffee shops, and parks in Golden Gate Heights. Golden Gate Heights is a liberal neighborhood with a lot of young professionals.
Golden Gate Heights' public schools are above average.
The lovely micro-neighborhood, located on the edges of the Sunset District, has no stores or restaurants. However, it attracts homebuyers due to its affordability, suburban atmosphere, and beautiful views.
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