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Francisco Terrace

Tucked into a corner off of busy Spruce Avenue and El Camino Real is Francisco Terrace, a small residential neighborhood of single-family homes built between 1948 and 1950 on marshy land that had scared off developers for years. Francisco Terrace is only three streets deep by two streets wide, a quirky little community of modest three-bedroom, one-bathroom homes with steeply-pitched roofs, between 1,000 and 1,350 square feet of interior living space, on 3,700 to 4,600 square-foot lots. Some Francisco Terrace homes have been expanded and remodeled over the years, but this conveniently-located district is still one of South San Francisco’s best for entry-level and first-time homebuyers. Homes here can be had for well under $1 million, with only two of the past ten Francisco Terrace sales coming in (slightly) above that benchmark. Homes here can generally be had for between $650,000 and $900,000.

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