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Avalon Park, etc.

Avalon Park is another classic 1950s suburban neighborhood, part of South San Francisco’s great post-war growth period. Here, just west of El Camino Real, are winding streets lined with single- and two-story homes built to fill the needs of a rapidly expanding and optimistic city. The district began development in the mid-1950s, with growth stretching out for the next decade. Homes built at Avalon Park’s onset are generally smaller, often with less than 1,000 square feet of living space, and more inexpensive ($700,000 - $900,000) than their newer neighbors, which have two-car garages, or often two stories and can range in size up to 2,000-plus square feet. Newer Avalon Park homes have recently been fetching up to $1.5 million on the open market.

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