Glen Park is the southernmost part of District 5 on a San Francisco MLS map, immediately to the south of Noe Valley. It's neighborhood designation is 5A. Depending on where you are in this charming San Francisco neighborhood, you may have phenomenal views of either the Southern Hills to the south or the downtown skyline to the north.
The majority of homes in Glen Park are single family homes, although you do have some condominiums in smaller buildings, and one or two newer condominium buildings in the commercial heart of the neighborhood. Most homes are on 25' wide lots (like much of San Francisco), usually touching the homes they are adjacent to.
If you are close to the commercial hub (centered around Diamond and Chenery), you'll have a few options, but the hills and relative paucity of neighborhood stores puts the area on the lower end of the latte factor scale.
Phenomenal! Glen Park has a BART station, and there is also an I-280 freeway interchange on the edge of the neighborhood, making the commute from San Francisco to Silicon Valley a (relative) breeze.
Glen Park Recreation Center, Park and Canyon are incredibly popular outdoor spots. The Park has an outdoor playground, tennis courts, and a baseball field. The recreation center offers community meeting space and a basketball court. The canyon offers miles of trail walks, and is incredibly popular with dog owners and nature lovers throughout the city.
The neighborhood has a reputation for being fairly sunny, although fog does creep in to the district more often than some of the other central neighborhoods.
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