Marina/Cow Hollow Neighborhood Guide & Real Estate Listings
Marina/Cow Hollow Character
Home for sale in the Marina/Cow Hollow neighborhood of San Francisco are surrounded by countless sidewalk cafes, and boutique shops. This is the land of the ‘blue-shirt army’ the just-out-of-college or MBA-in-hand-just now crowd that lives here and take the 1 California Express bus that brings these legions of financial/services sector workers to the Financial District on weekdays. Many of the properties for sale here will be investment income properties with 2-5 unit buildings filled 1 and 2 bedroom rental units. The units will have single-pane windows, dated bathrooms (circa 1930 or 1980), a double parlor layout with hardwood floors, Spanish-style stucco buildings with some embellishments with garages underneath
Marina/Cow Hollow Amenities
The real estate market is made up of spacious houses, art-deco era condos, and a score of rental buildings with garages on the bottom floor in this maritime neighborhood that has 2 main shopping drags (Chestnut and Union) and Lombard as your big thoroughfare. Living here is about the outdoors and nightlife to an extent. Views, if you get them, are of Alcatraz, the Marin Headlands and the Golden Gate Bridge.
What Else You Need To Know About Marina/Cow Hollow
Upgraded versions of former rental units make up the condominium inventory in the Marina/Cow Hollow neighborhood. Usually the condos have thicker (and darker) hardwood floors, nicer cabinets with a Bertazzoni (maybe even Viking) gas range, stone countertops, recessed lighting, a higher bedroom-to-bathroom ratios, marble-laden bathrooms with plush finishes, plantation shutters and carpeted bedrooms. You’re bound to find a coved ceiling or two too. in These condos tend to start in the $1.2M+ range going all the way up to $3M-$4M+ depending on views, room count, finish level and/or amenities. Browse the Marina/Cow Hollow properties for sale below to find your dream home in this chic San Francisco neighborhood.