Glen Park

Welcome to Glen Park

Surrounded by nature is a quiet, simple place to call home

If it weren’t for the BART station adorning its name, it would be easy to miss Glen Park, a lowkey residential neighborhood where its winding streets lead directly into Glen Village. Many families love living here not only for the village vibe, but because of the convenience of freeway access and BART leading downtown or to the South Bay within minutes. Bordering Noe Valley and Bernal Heights, this compact hillside neighborhood is shrouded in fog a bit more than Noe and Bernal, but it’s sure to please nature lovers with its proximity to various parks and the expansive 70-acre Glen Canyon.

What You’ll Love

  • Gourmet Canyon Market for fresh groceries and essentials
  • Small boutiques and mom-and-pop shops
  • Bird & Beckett Books and Records, an independent book and record store hosting poetry slams and live music on weekends
  • Gialina for thin-crust, Neopolitan-style pizza
  • Library
  • ​​​​​​​French Food

Getting Around

  • Glen Park BART

  • J-Church MUNI line and Bus lines including 44-O’Shaugnessy

  • 280 Freeway via Monterey Boulevard (East) and San Jose Ave (West)

Local Tip
Skip the weekend brunch.

  • Instead, go for a turkey and swiss wrap from Cheese Boutique before hiking through multiple trails in Glen Canyon Park. Get lost in the hills and forget all about City life, if only just for a moment.

Home Prices

  • Glen Park home values are growing steadily, with the average price in July 2019 for a single family home hovering around $2,060,000 and condos at $1,325,000.

*This calculation considers all sold homes and condos with no particular differentiation in features.

Work With Us

With decades of experiencing buying and selling homes and investment properties, Pete has mastered the art of negotiation and innovative marketing to get the best results for his clients.

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