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Neighborhood Insights

Learn about the exclusive neighborhoods in San Francisco and the surrounding Bay Area.

Pacific Heights

Pacific Heights is known for its beautiful views and extraordinary history.

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Sea Cliff

The Sea Cliff neighborhood located in northwestern San Francisco is one of the few places in all northern California where one can have a home along the beach.

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Marina

The Marina provides a pleasant, lively atmosphere along the beautiful San Francisco Bay, with postcard perfect views of the Golden Gate Bridge.

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Russian Hill

Historic houses and condos line the streets with a vibrant atmosphere.

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Nob Hill

Residences in Nob Hill are in high demand due to the beautiful surroundings, views of the San Francisco Bay, and its central location in the city.

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Presidio Heights

Presidio Heights is also home to high-end boutiques, salons, and spas that cater to the upper class residents.

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Financial District

San Francisco’s financial district is home to some of the city’s most luxurious high-rise residences, such as the Four Seasons, St. Regis, Ritz-Carlton, 181 Fremont, and Millennium Tower.

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Union Square

If you love New York City but live in San Francisco, the Union Square/Theater District is just for you!

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SOMA

Gotta have baseball and nighttime entertainment? SOMA (South of Market) is your kind of place.

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Potrero Hill

Prefer quiet with a small-town feeling? Choose Potrero Hill, where the pace is a bit more laid back than the rest of San Francisco.

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Mission Bay

In search of a relatively new, developing neighborhood? It’s here.

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Mission District

Mission District, AKA The Mission, is home to a booming art scene, small music venues, and vibrant restaurant scene.

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Noe Valley

Noe Valley, with its Classic Victorian and Edwardian residences, is one of the most desirable neighborhoods to live in.

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Cole Valley

If you’re looking to live near the center of the city, Cole Valley, near the UCSF Parnassus campus, is a neighborhood with plenty of access to public transportation and shopping options

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Glen Park

Glen Park is home to many local shops and restaurants that give it a small-town feeling.

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St. Francis Wood

St. Francis Wood is a family-friendly area with a much more low-key vibe than the rest of San Francisco.

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Hillsborough

Just 25 miles south of San Francisco, Hillsborough features some of the grandest historical estates in the San Francisco Bay Area, such as Tobin Clark Estate, Uplands and Carolands.

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Atherton

Just 40 minutes south of San Francisco, Atherton provides a relaxing, tree-lined atmosphere with sizable estates in one of the nation’s priciest zip codes.

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Woodside

Woodside, California is a quaint suburb of San Francisco, halfway between downtown and the beach. The population was 5,287 as of the 2010 census.

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Palo Alto

Palo Alto is bike-friendly and also provides public tennis courts, golf courses, and walking tours.

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Los Altos

The enchanting Los Altos area, 45 minutes south of San Francisco, has award winning schools, a temperate climate, safe neighborhoods and easy access to freeways.

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Piedmont

Piedmont is an exceptional suburb of San Francisco.

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Oakland Hills

Oakland Hills is a general term used to describe living in one of several neighborhoods on the eastern side of Oakland, California.

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Belvedere

Looking for luxury? Belvedere has it. Belvedere offers unbeatable views of the Bay Area, the city of San Francisco, and the Golden Gate Bridge.

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Tiburon

Residents and visitors rave about the beautiful houses and views of the San Francisco Bay.

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