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DIAMOND HEIGHTS
SF'S FLAWED JEWEL
Welcome to Diamond Heights, San Francisco.
The neighborhood has come a long way since 1958, when The Chronicle's Hills of San Francisco' described the area as a spectacular bit of nothing much with a highly enterprising future'. The community of roughly 2,500 people is located on two hills between Noe Valley and Glen Park, and today it is described by locals as a place where you get the life of the suburbs without being separated from the city. In Diamond Heights, the playgrounds are spacious and inviting, and while there aren't any public restrooms, the nearby fire station welcomes curious kids who need a bathroom break. The neighborhood has its own community garden, and the waiting list is well worth it. There may only be one modest shopping center, but Glen Park's cozy shops and warm restaurants allow residents all the pleasantries one could wish for. Hillside homes have boastful views, mere steps away from the bustling, curvy streets of San Francisco. Church goers can find a home at St. Nicholas Church which towers the neighborhood at the top of Diamond Heights Boulevard, and the George Christopher and Walter House playgrounds allow plenty of play for the little ones. For families of artsy youth, the Ruth Asawa School of the Arts high school offers five-star education in every art genre imaginable. In Diamond Heights, you have all the luxury of a quiet suburban neighborhood, while being close to the city below. To top it off, this is one of the most affordable neighborhoods in San Francisco's staggering real estate market.
DIAMOND HEIGHTS
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