Corona Heights is a small and affluent neighborhood built into a large hill with quiet streets that surround Corona Heights Park.
Thanks to the elevation of the area, many of the homes have expansive views of the city and the Bay. The streets were created by being cut out of the large hill upon which it is built, originally part of neighboring Buena Vista Park.
The district is primarily residential, but its proximity to Cole Valley, Duboce Triangle and the Castro district offer residents a copious amount of local restaurants, boutique stores, a movie theater, grocers and community activities and events. Within walking distance are the underground transportation lines as well as city buses that run through and along its borders.
Corona Heights Park takes up a large portion of the area at the neighborhood’s northwestern edge. The park boasts panoramic views, a fenced-in dog park, and the famous Randall Museum that is owned and operated by the San Francisco Recreation and Park Department. Families gather at the destination during all hours of operation to explore their rotating science, art, and interactive exhibits. Permanent areas of the museum also offer live animal exhibits, a woodshop, an art and ceramics studio, small theatre, greenhouse, and gardens.
Corona Heights is an exclusive neighborhood with unparalleled views and a mix of housing styles from Victorians to modern homes, single-family style as well as multi-unit.