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Communities with Single Family Homes in San Francisco, CA

9 Communities

$1,388,000 - $2,218,000

1,436 - 2,239 sq ft

Laguna Vista

SummerHill Homes

$2,299,990 - $2,399,990

1,917 - 2,244 sq ft

Borelle at One 90

Pulte Homes



$998,900 - $1,348,900

Up to $139,000

1,387 - 1,789 sq ft

Hot Deal

Lofton at Portola

Tri Pointe Homes

$740,000 - $8,800,000

606 - 3,214 sq ft

The Harrison

Maximus Real Estate Partners

$798,950 - $887,500

2,432 - 2,905 sq ft

Landing (The) At Hamilton

Barker Pacific Group

$599,000 - $1,299,000

500 - 1,248 sq ft

Fulton 555

Fulton Street Ventures

$1,395,000 - $6,895,000

917 - 2,559 sq ft

One Steuart Lane


$1,395,000 - $5,400,000

987 - 2,200 sq ft

The Avery

The Avery

$1,100,000 - $42,000,000

403 - 6,941 sq ft

181 Fremont Residences

Jay Paul Company

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New Homes in San Francisco by Region

RegionCommunitiesAverage New Home Price
Central San Francisco 20$2,827,000
East San Francisco 11$719,000
North San Francisco 10$3,236,000
San Francisco Bay 120$1,523,000
South San Francisco 3$1,827,000

Most homeowners in the San Francisco area show a preference for new single family subdivisions. You get your own lot and typically a yard large enough to enjoy with your family and pets. Communities with single family homes dominate the new construction housing market in the San Francisco area with 9 communities to choose from. No more shared walls and rarely a carport to be found. Due to consumer demand and their preference for single family houses, most production home builders focus on building these types of neighborhoods in the San Francisco area. While some subdivisions have both single family sections and multi-family sections, most are dedicated to a single housing type.

When you buy into a single family subdivision, you get many benefits. Privacy is the biggest benefit for most homeowners. Not only do you have less of a concern about noise, these communities often feels safer. Almost all single family homes in the San Francisco metro area have private yards and garages. With a private yard, your kids and pets can safely play outside. Finally, most of the houses in a single family community are going to have ample storage that you rarely have in a condo or townhome.

San Francisco houses come in all shapes and sizes. Comparing all our San Francisco new construction homes for sale to find the perfect home for you and your family.

single family subdivisions and custom homes for sale represents the bulk of new construction in the U.S. This is carefully tracked by the Census Bureau in the monthly Building Permits Survey, and from the Survey of Construction (SOC). You can view the monthly New Residential Construction Press Release from (PDF) which breaks down building permits, new build starts, and new housing completions. They show this for new single family homes (1-unit) as well as duplexes, and other multi-family new construction housing types. This report is generally released in the 3rd week of each calendar month showing data for the prior month.

According to the U.S. Census Bureau for a new build to be considered a single family home, it must have specific attributes. These include: walls from ground to roof, a heating system separate from your neighbors, separately metered utilities, and no units above or below you.

San Francisco Area Single Family Communities

NewHomeSource features single family subdivisions from 9 builders across the San Francisco area. Here's a summary of all of the communities with single family homes listed here on

Floor Plans Available86
Homes Available12
Price Range$599,000 to $42,000,000
Square Footage403 to 6,941 sq/ft