San Francisco, CA

Ashbury Heights

No for sale data
No homes for sale
Rent:
$2.1K - $12.5K
For Rent on Trulia:
10 homes
To Downtown San Francisco:
25 minutes
2 Schools:
Rated 7/10 - 9/10

Explore the Area

What Locals Say

At least 33 Trulia users voted on each feature.
96%
There are sidewalks
95%
It's dog friendly
94%
It's walkable to restaurants
88%
It's walkable to grocery stores
84%
There's holiday spirit
82%
People would walk alone at night
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Trulia User
  • Resident
  • 1y ago
"Amazing neighborhood. Best in the city. Close to Castro, golden gate park and Haight ashbury — remnants f “real San Francisco”. Easy to get to freeway if you have to commute to Silicon Valley. And charming, beautiful, super friendly neighborhood. Wouldn’t live anywhere else. "
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Trulia User
  • Visitor
  • 1y ago
"There are some sketchy people around Haight street, but no one that seems dangerous. This place isn't like downtown, I can let my child walk without feeling the need to hold her hand constantly. This is a beautiful area"
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Trulia User
  • Resident
  • 1y ago
"We've lived in the neighborhood for 13 years. It's VERY walkable - both Cole Valley and the 9th & Irving shops are easily accessible on foot. There are a lot of families and people with dogs in the area, so on the streets, most of whom are very friendly. Access to public transportation is excellent. Golden Gate Park is a main attraction, but there is plenty of additional greenspace in the neighborhood."
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Trulia User
  • Resident
  • 1y ago
"Doesn’t feel like you’re in a big city. Good mix of long time residents and new people. Very centralized. "
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Trulia User
  • 5y ago
"I love Cole Valley. It feels more like a small town than the city. There are lots of restaurants and every place is kid & pet friendly."
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Trulia User
  • 6y ago
"Nestled in the outer Cole Valley neighborhood and close to UCSF Medical Center, this is an ideal location for having most things you need within 3 blocks! Restaurants, hardware store, dry cleaner, cafes, local market, postal services, pet store, wine store, fitness center and very easy access to public transportation to downtown San Francisco. Neighborhood is close to Golden Gate Park and very family friendly. Residents are also friendly and educated. Easy to hop on the N-Judah and take a ride to Ocean Beach for a stroll or a picnic. There's an awesome Cole Valley street fair every September, too. If I could afford to buy property here, I would! Great place to nestle in for awhile!"
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Trulia User
  • 7y ago
"I love living in Cole Valley. The weather in the valley is less foggy than its neighboring hood, The Sunset. There are always people out, and about and why not, there is so much to do, see and eat in that wonderful little neighborhood!"
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Trulia User
  • 8y ago
"I live in Ashbury Heights - it's proximity to public transportation, easy to find parking, close to restaurants, Cole Valley and the Castro are great. The neighborhood is beautiful and safe - and the neighborhood community stays involved. "
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Safety and Crime

Ashbury Heights crime
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What Locals Say About Safety

At least 33 Trulia users voted on each feature.
96%
There are sidewalks
82%
People would walk alone at night
76%
Streets are well-lit
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Schools

Grattan Elementary School
  • K-5
  • PUBLIC
  • 387 Students
San Francisco Unified School District
7/10
GreatSchools Rating
Parent Rating Average
We are very happy with our experience here at Grattan. Ms. Walter has brought an amazing new focus to the school and the staff seems to like her and respect her a lot. She is very organized and honest, and the parents really respect her. The kids love school, and I don't hear any complaints when I pick them up from aftercare. The changes that have happened over the past years since the new principal has taken over have been overwhelmingly positive. The PTA pared down spending and focused more on the kids and their academic needs instead of overwhelming them with extras which really, this community does not need at all. Most people here have the finances to bring extra-curriculars to their kids without having the school do it for them. I like the direction the school is headed and I feel that we have ignored a lot of the inequities here for a long time and it is time we focus on the kids who really aren't benefiting academically. There is a lack of diversity here that makes it very difficult to find the people who really care about every child, not just their own. Some people here are really focused on their own needs and the needs of their one kid which doesn't make the school better, just more privileged and entitled. It can be frustrating to get through that. But the teachers are putting their heart and soul into their work and into their students, and the principal has a huge heart for Grattan. She was once a teacher at the school and has deep roots here. Under all the bells and whistles of big PTA funding this is really at heart a family of people who love their kids and their school. For the most part, everyone really cares about the community here. The ones that complain about everything don't get what Grattan is really about and that's a real shame.My kids love the school and are very happy here. We were transfers from another school in the district which made them miserable, so this school is a wonderful place for them. The focus is truly on them and how they should respect everyone no matter who they are or where they come from. My kids are better for it.
Parent Review
6mo ago
10 Reviews
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