South San Francisco

Mayfair Village

Mayfair Village’s roots lie in the U.S. war effort of the early 1940s which, in this case, turned vast acres of uninhabited marshland into temporary wartime workers’ housing called Lindenville. When the war ended, the housing was slowly dismantled and the land turned into residential neighborhoods. Mayfair Village was the first of these, laid out in 1946 and completely built out by 1949. Homes here are modest and utilitarian, offering post-war buyers (some of them the same people who’d lived in Lindenville housing during the war) a chance to purchase an affordable fully-detached single-family home. Today, Mayfair Village real estate offers first-time and entry-level buyers that same opportunity.

Most Mayfair Village homes have two or three bedrooms and anywhere from 800 to 1,300 square feet of interior living space. They’re built on lots measuring 4,500 square feet. Recent properties have sold for between $600,000 and $1 million, depending on size and condition. Most homes are not in “original” condition, and have had numerous updates and remodels during the past 70 years. The neighborhood is small and centrally-located, with easy proximity to downtown, Tanforan, Orange Park, BART and CalTrain.


  • Centrally located but somewhat secluded; has small neighborhood feel

  • Affordable, well-built single-family homes

  • Neighborhood homes are appreciating rapidly


  • No middle- or high-end element; neighborhood has narrow range of homes available

  • Adjacent to industrial blocks

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