There are still a handful of opportunities left to own at City VenturesSouth City Garden. The eco-friendly smart homes are ideally located in the heart of South San Francisco and the bustling Bay Area.

South City Garden is a community consisting of an exclusive collection of four single-family detached homes with plenty of open spaces for a fresh take on city living.

The homes boast an abundance of living space and City Ventures’ all-inclusive solar-powered amenities at no additional charge. Solar technology and a full range of Energy-Star appliances help to reduce energy use and keep utility costs down.

The Nest brand smart thermostat keeps the temperature just right all year round while Milgard dual-glazed windows with ultra-violet coating offer insulation against cold and heat. Kohler WaterSense faucets and shower heads help reduce water waste.

Kitchens feature granite countertops with six inch backsplashes, as well as a Kohler Stainless Steel two-compartment kitchen sinks with Kohler single-handle pullout faucets. Cabinets and drawers are “quiet closing.”

Ceiling heights are a minimum of nine feet throughout the home, with tile in the entryway, laundry room and bathrooms. Elegant two-tone paint adds the perfect finishing design touch.

South City Garden is close to the San Francisco International Airport for easy travel. And, with a BART station directly across the street from the community as well as a Caltrain commuter station nearby, commuting to Silicon Valley will be a snap.

San Francisco is only minutes away, offering a wealth of exceptional entertainment, nightlife and cuisine opportunities. Hiking, cycling, and running paths are also only a short drive away in San Bruno Mountain State Park and Colma Creek.

Residents can purchase fresh produce at the South San Francisco Farmer’s Market, or cast their lines at Oyster Point Marina for a day of fishing and boating.

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Interested homebuyers should call 415 366 6660 for more information, or email

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