Twin Peaks lies in the Central District of San Francisco, bursting with diverse architecture, residents and attractions.

The most centrally-located neighborhood in San Francisco — making it one of the most desirable — it boasts equidistant proximity to every corner of the city. Within its compact borders towers Twin Peaks, its renowned namesake, with each mini-mountain boasting an elevation over 900 feet and offering superb views. Residents here appreciate the amenity of direct access to rigorous outdoor workouts, serene ambiance and magnificent views.

The curvaceous streets and famously steep inclines are best accessed by a network of built-in stairs and pedestrian walkways. Residents live in homes in a variety of mostly Mid-Century Modern styled townhomes and condominiums, as well as some single-family homes.

The neighborhood is strictly residential with no retail or restaurants. But with Noe Valley and Eureka Valley/Dolores Heights along its eastern border and Diamond Heights to the south, residents have abundant opportunities to enjoy the restaurants and shopping that San Francisco is known for.

Although compact, Twin Peaks has a big spirit. As the most centrally-located neighborhood in San Francisco, it upholds its significant stature by boasting the unique Twin Peaks experience, found only within its borders.