Serra Highlands

It’s been a long time since a three-bedroom, two-bath home in Serra Highlands sold for $16,450 — 65 years, in fact, when the ambitious housing development broke ground on former Rancho Buri Buri land. Today, homes in this sturdy, conveniently-located-but-quiet residential neighborhood sell for seven figures. The most recent sales in Serra Highlands showed a range of $960,000 to $1.32 million, with the majority of homes selling for $1.1 million and up. For that price, buyers will find homes built in the mid-1950s (Serra Highlands was mostly developed in 1955-1956) that are larger than those found in some of South San Francisco’s other post-war boom neighborhoods. Homes here rarely have less than 1,200 square feet of interior living space. Some have been expanded to over 2,000 square feet. Lots in Serra Highlands can range from 4,500 to 7,500 square feet in size, but most are around 4,500 to 5,000. Serra Highlands is a desirable South City neighborhood, due to its housing inventory and its central location. It lays within reach of two shopping centers, two freeways, two BART stations, parks, schools and downtown South San Francisco.

  • $1.33M
    Median Sale Price
  • $1.34M
    Average Sale Price
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