The Lake Street neighborhood in San Francisco is a charming and diverse community located in the western part of the city. Known for its picturesque streets and well-maintained homes, the neighborhood is a great place for families and professionals looking for a quiet and peaceful place to live.

The Lake Street neighborhood is home to a variety of shops, restaurants, and cafes, many of which are independently owned and operated. The neighborhood has a strong sense of community and is home to many long-time residents who take pride in their neighborhood and are always willing to help newcomers.  One of the highlights of the neighborhood is Rochambeau Park which is a popular picnic spot.  Additionally, it features a playground, two basketball courts, and a tennis court.

The neighborhood is also conveniently located near major transportation routes, making it easy to get to other parts of the city. Additionally, the neighborhood is close to the Presidio, a large national park with hiking and biking trails, and the Golden Gate Bridge, which offers beautiful views of the city.

How is Lake Street Defined?

The San Francisco Association of Realtors (who runs our local MLS) has very specific definitions of each neighborhood in San Francisco,
which can affect statistics, home values, and much more. Here is how Lake Street (1d) is defined.

Lake Street By The Numbers


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There can be significant differences in property types and desirability, even within the smallest neighborhoods. Our experts can assist you in finding the perfect home in the perfect spot.

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