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109 Blanken Avenue, San Francisco, CA 94132
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  • 2 BEDS
  • 1 BATHS
  • 850 SQFT.
264 Peninsula Avenue, San Francisco, CA 94134
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  • 5 BEDS
  • 4 BATHS
  • 3,384 SQFT.

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Little Hollywood borrows its name from an iconic place, and yet this neighborhood in San Francisco is considered to be the least well-known community in the city. With a total size of under just a square mile, Little Hollywood also ranks as one of the smallest neighborhoods in San Francisco. What it lacks, however, in size and popularity it makes up for its real sense of community and character.

Located between Bayshore Freeway and Bayshore Boulevard, pie-shaped Little Hollywood is found in San Francisco’s southeast sector. It gained its name from the number of silent film stars that once resided in the community. Today, it’s a quiet, inviting, and friendly locale with easy access to commute corridors, most especially the 101 Freeway. More than that, Little Hollywood has become a haven for local artists, particularly those with a penchant for turning recycled materials into works of art.

Little Hollywood San Francisco real estate.

What home buyers will come to love about Little Hollywood are its real estate offerings and its small-town appeal. Home to a population of about a thousand residents, people living here know each other.

Little Hollywood real estate is comprised of older residential properties, most of which were built between the 1920s and 1930s. This gives homes for sale in Little Hollywood a unique historic charm. The prevailing architectural style in the neighborhood is Craftsman bungalow– another feature that paved the way for the area to be called Little Hollywood, as these homes seemed to belong to the Los Angeles landmark.

Single-family homes and condos are available in the market. As for home prices, residential properties in Little Hollywood tend to be more affordable than in other areas of San Francisco.

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What’s in and around Little Hollywood?

Although primarily residential, Little Hollywood is located in close proximity to some of the southeast sector’s best attractions, such as the following:

  • Little Hollywood Park – A small community park located within Little Hollywood, this space features a children’s playground, a field for frisbee and football, and a full basketball court.
  • Candlestick Point State Recreation Area – A popular destination among San Francisco locals, Candlestick Point State Recreation Area is located only minutes away from Little Hollywood. Activities that can be enjoyed in Candlestick Point include hiking, running, bird-watching, windsurfing, and fishing. Several fishing piers are located in the park, as well as picnic sites and acres of open space for relaxing and other outdoor activities. Depending on the season, fishers and birdwatchers can spot different types of fish and shorebirds.
  • The Art at Recology San Francisco – The Recology San Francisco is home to the Artist in Residence (AIR) Program that allows for interested artists to hone their craft using recycled materials from the dump. Aside from regular exhibits, the facility is also home to an impressive sculpture garden covering three acres of land, made by former artists-in-residence.


Discover Little Hollywood and what it has to offer

This little known San Francisco neighborhood boasts a tight-knit community and a wonderful assortment of housing options for different types of home buyers. For more information, contact me today at 415.915.9916 or jeff(at)jeffsalgado(dotted)com.