Neighborhood Spotlight: Forest Hill, San Francisco

Forest Hill is one of eight master-planned residence parks in San Francisco. It is one of San Francisco's most exclusive neighborhoods. The lush green parks, stately architecture and world-class schools attract people who want to live in a safe environment with easy access to downtown by quick public transit or car commute from neighboring suburbs such as West Portal which can take under five minutes!
It is an affluent neighborhood, southeast of the Inner Sunset and northeast of West Portal. Boundaries are roughly Seventh Avenue/Laguna Honda Boulevard to the north and east, Taraval Street to the south, and 14th Avenue to the west.
The area south of Dewey Boulevard is known as Laguna Honda or the Forest Hill Extension. The “Extension” is another section of Forest Hill, except with smaller homes and lower pricing.
Forest Hill sells a sense of privacy and small town inclusion. It is one of the few neighborhoods with no condominiums and no multi-family developments in San Francisco and has an active Homeowners Association. The association also governs remodeling and new construction in the neighborhood.
Rebecca’s Take: This neighborhood is certainly for those who appreciate suburban appeal within a big city. Tudors minutes away from downtown will be a great fit for families and empty nesters.

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