Pacific Heights is known for its beautiful views and extraordinary history.
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.
The Marina provides a pleasant, lively atmosphere along the beautiful San Francisco Bay, with postcard perfect views of the Golden Gate Bridge.
Historic houses and condos line the streets with a vibrant atmosphere.
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.
Presidio Heights is also home to high-end boutiques, salons, and spas that cater to the upper class residents.
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.
If you love New York City but live in San Francisco, the Union Square/Theater District is just for you!
Gotta have baseball and nighttime entertainment? SOMA (South of Market) is your kind of place.
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 District, AKA The Mission, is home to a booming art scene, small music venues, and vibrant restaurant scene.
Noe Valley, with its Classic Victorian and Edwardian residences, is one of the most desirable neighborhoods to live in.
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
Glen Park is home to many local shops and restaurants that give it a small-town feeling.
St. Francis Wood
St. Francis Wood is a family-friendly area with a much more low-key vibe than the rest of San Francisco.
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.
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.
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.
Palo Alto is bike-friendly and also provides public tennis courts, golf courses, and walking tours.
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.
Piedmont is an exceptional suburb of San Francisco.
Oakland Hills is a general term used to describe living in one of several neighborhoods on the eastern side of Oakland, California.
Looking for luxury? Belvedere has it. Belvedere offers unbeatable views of the Bay Area, the city of San Francisco, and the Golden Gate Bridge.
Residents and visitors rave about the beautiful houses and views of the San Francisco Bay.