Miraloma Park is a friendly, quiet, and convenient area whose residents adamantly claim it as the very best neighborhood in San Francisco. Miraloma Park real estate is relatively affordable (as San Francisco real estate goes) and offers splendid views and a close touch with nature. What’s not to love about Miraloma Park? It adorns the eastern flank of Mt. Davidson, the highest of our fabled seven hills and home to astounding views and invigorating walks. Nearby are Sunnyside Park and Playground, Glen Canyon, Twin Peaks, and Mt. Davidson itself. For dining and shopping, Miraloma Park offers easy access to Tower/Twin Peaks center (with Mollie Stone’s grocery store); it’s also near the shops and restaurants of Glen Park and West Portal. Nearby schools include Miraloma Elementary School, Ruth Asawa San Francisco School of The Arts, and St. Brendan’s. There are plenty of MUNI lines serving Miraloma Park and Glen Park BART is a 20-minute walk or a fast bus ride, depending on your starting point. Founded in 1939, the Miraloma Park Improvement Club is very active and responsive to the needs of Miraloma Park residents; the homeowners association publishes a regular newsletter and hosts an annual holiday gathering. Its clubhouse can be rented for private events as well. The real estate in the neighborhood consists mainly of single-family homes, built as early as the 1920s and into the 1960s. Miraloma Park’s hilly contours make for amazing views, and you’ll find lots of luxury homes that have been reimagined in a contemporary style or remodeled to preserve and enhance their original character.
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