565 Crestlake Dr, San Francisco, CA 94132
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565 Crestlake Dr
San Francisco, CA 94132

Parkside

$1,637,428

Trulia Estimate
as of Jul 16, 2019

Local Information

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Schools
1 Elementary School
1 Middle School
14 High Schools
Crime
Lowest crime relative to the rest of San Francisco county.
Commute
68% of residents commute by car.
Shop & Eat
150 Restaurants
29 Groceries
22 Nightlife

Description

This property is no longer available to rent or to buy.

This single-family home is located at 565 Crestlake Dr, San Francisco, CA. 565 Crestlake Dr is in the Parkside neighborhood in San Francisco, CA and in ZIP code 94132. This property has 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms and approximately 1,975 sqft of floor space. This property has a lot size of 4,626 sqft and was built in 1948.

Home Details

  • 3 Beds
  • 2 Baths
  • 1,975 sqft
  • Single Family Home
  • 4,626 sqft lot size
  • Built in 1948
  • County: San Francisco
  • Tax Rate Code Area: 1-000
  • Units: 1

Property Taxes and Assessment

Year2018
Tax$1,937
Assessment
Land$46,069
Improvements$67,384
Total$113,453

Price Trends

For 3 bedroom homes in 94132
*Based on the
Trulia Estimate
$872
Average Price/sqft
This home: $829 5% below*
$1,462,500
Median Sale Price
This home: $1,637,428 12% above*
40% above list
Avg Sale Price vs. Avg List Price

Comparable Sales

Address
Distance
Property Type
Sold Price
Sold Date
Bed
Bath
Sqft
2.32
Single-Family Home
$1,610,000
06/19/19
-
1
1,244
2.39
Single-Family Home
$860,000
09/02/05
-
2
1,244
2.50
Single-Family Home
$585,000
01/15/04
2
1
1,220
4.93
Single-Family Home
-
-
3
2
1,110
2.85
Single-Family Home
$1,860,000
06/28/19
3
2
1,498
2.81
Single-Family Home
$3,400,000
05/22/14
3
3
2,920
3.26
Single-Family Home
$2,350,000
06/28/19
3
2
2,122
3.02
Single-Family Home
$1,280,000
06/26/19
4
1.5
940
2.24
Single-Family Home
$1,600,000
06/21/19
3
2
1,305
2.82
Single-Family Home
-
-
3
2
1,380

Assigned Schools

O'connell (John) High School
  • 9-12
  • PUBLIC
  • 319 Students
San Francisco Unified School District
2/10
GreatSchools Rating
Parent Rating Average
My younger child transferred into O'Connell this year. Our experience to date has been dismaying. The level of chaos is incredible - I've spent entire days just trying to figure out whom I should contact with specific questions; when I finally find the right person their responsiveness runs at about 50%. A month into the school year the school still hasn't input my child's transfer transcripts into their computers, which has meant they cannot tell us what classes s/he will need to graduate. The daily report we get from our child is that the classrooms are so noisy and chaotic that learning is almost impossible - unless it is possible to do so without ever having to hear the teacher. Our child reports that his/her teachers are unable to maintain order and are unwilling to send disruptive students to the principal's office. Our child has also been subjected to daily name calling, homophobic comments, and bullying, both in and out of the classroom. One teacher said something once; otherwise, the teachers have done nothing to curtail this behavior.I've also been distressed by the homework assignments. Our older child, who graduated from high school two years ago, had high school homework assignments that demanded careful thought, analysis, and synthesis. Assignments included semester-long major research assignments and frequent essays of 2-5 pages. Homework assignments for our O'Connell junior ask for single paragraphs! As one who has taught at the university level for many years I question how a student is supposed to be "college ready" with these sorts of assignments, although I guess I now understand why my university students have found the idea of 10 page papers overwhelming. Simply put, I believe that students will rise to expectations, and I am concerned that not enough is being asked of O'Connell's students. All of this is especially disappointing given that the school is relatively small, it has an exciting pedagogical approach, and the administration seems committed to positive change. I had been excited about being part of this school community, but now our family simply wants to get out as soon as possible so that our child doesn't lose anymore learning time.
Parent Review
1y ago
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What Locals Say about Parkside

At least 39 Trulia users voted on each feature.
92%
There are sidewalks
84%
It's dog friendly
80%
It's walkable to grocery stores
77%
It's walkable to restaurants
73%
People would walk alone at night
70%
It's quiet
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  • Resident
  • 1mo ago
"Lived here for 47 years & the neighborhood is safe. Police are well trained & supportable to the residents Trash pick up is absolutely superb, & no junkies Neighbors are Great"
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  • Resident
  • 1mo ago
"40 mins to downtown generally, can make it in 30 mins if you time it right, but should leave 1 hr for important meeting since Muni can have delays often"
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  • Resident
  • 1mo ago
"Off leash area in Stern Grove and fenced off leash area in Golden Gate Park. Also close to Ft Funston for more great walking areas for your dog"
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  • Visitor
  • 6mo ago
"Presidio is far from everything and everywhere but the place is really nice because there's the ocean on one side, also this neighborhood has the SF zoo which I absolutely love."
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  • Resident
  • 10mo ago
"If I had children to raise now I don't think I would do it here. It doesn't feel as friendly to me as it use to be. "
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  • Resident
  • 10mo ago
"There’s a park across the street from my house and many in the area, I feel like a dog family would love it here. The beach is very close and many homes in the area have lawns to accommodate dogs as well!"
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  • Resident
  • 10mo ago
"Parkside is rated “dog friendly” it is not. Just a warning, not much to do out here. A few good businesses and restaurants. "
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  • Resident
  • 11mo ago
"We don’t really have community events, the nicest thing has just been when we’ve had food trucks come to our large round about area. I don’t really expect this neighborhood to have community events, it’s mostly college students."
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  • Resident
  • 11mo ago
"Awesome neighborhood, been here 13 years and have seen it change dramatically. Cool new businesses like acupuncture and men’s skincare. Dance studio and lots of cool new restaurants. "
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Trulia User
  • Resident
  • 1y ago
"Dog owners like it because there are a few parks here."
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Trulia User
  • Resident
  • 1y ago
"Great dog parks and walks. Be careful of coyotes."
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Trulia User
  • Resident
  • 1y ago
"It's close to the zoo and the park. We have interesting areas and parks, and it is nice for walking."
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  • Resident
  • 1y ago
"This area has many means of transportation."
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  • Resident
  • 1y ago
"We have single family homes, beaches, parks, bike lanes, schools, a community swimming pool, a local YMCA, a movie theater, and the mall, Stonestown."
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  • Resident
  • 1y ago
"It has good schools and parks. It is good for walking around, to visit the zoo and the parks."
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  • Resident
  • 1y ago
"It's close to schools. Lots of green space and playgrounds nearby. Good for walks to the zoo."
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  • Resident
  • 1y ago
"It is a nice neighborhood with a good school. It's safe for kids."
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  • Resident
  • 1y ago
"Wide roads and single family homes. It's close to the beach, the SF zoo, and the Great Coastal Highway. There are great authentic restaurants, from Chinese food to Irish grub. Stern Grove has a festival every weekend in the summer with lots of great music. We have easy access to different parts of the city."
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Trulia User
  • Resident
  • 1y ago
"Sunset Blvd or 19th Ave take lots of time and are very crowded. Take the back roads to get out of the city through Golden Gate Park."
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  • Resident
  • 1y ago
"The commute is maze-like. It's complicated, and you either use Sloat, Sunset, or 19th to get around. It can be congested."
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  • Resident
  • 1y ago
"It's near a park and has lots of green space. Stern Grove has concerts in the summer. The streets are clean and quiet."
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Affordability

Calculate your monthly mortgage payments
Your est. payment: $7,168/month
30-year fixed
$7,168
/month
Principal & Interest
$6,179
Property Taxes
$914
Home Insurance
$75
Mortgage ins. & other
$0

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565 Crestlake Dr, San Francisco, CA 94132 is a 3 bedroom, 2 bathroom, 1,975 sqft single-family home built in 1948. 565 Crestlake Dr is located in Parkside, San Francisco. This property is not currently available for sale. The current Trulia Estimate for 565 Crestlake Dr is $1,637,428.
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