1- Pacific Heights
Homes in the grand, upscale Pacific Heights neighborhood deliver commanding views of the San Francisco Bay and the city below, with neighborhood hills rising from the Marina and running along an east-west ridge between the Presidio and Van Ness Avenue. When Hollywood wants to film a chase scene, Pacific Heights is where it comes for cinematic thrills. Browse our selection of Pacific Heights homes for sale.
2- Presidio Heights
Presidio Heights is Pacific Heights without the pretension. While some of the grandest homes in the city are found in this neighborhood, including the cluster of mansions circled around the gated enclave of Presidio Terrace, Presidio Heights is very much a family-friendly community. You can find families with young kids picnicking in the Presidio or romping through the nearby Julius Kahn Playground. Browse our selection of Presidio Heights homes for sale.
3- Cow Hollow
Cow Hollow takes its name from a former meadow and feedlot in what was once known as Spring Valley. Today, this affluent neighborhood of older homes between the Presidio and the Marina districts is known for its boutique shopping on Union Street, Italianate Manor homes, and nightlife. Browse our selection of Cow Hollow homes for sale.
4- Russian Hill
Dazzling views, the hairpin turns down brick-paved Lombard Street, and the Hyde-Powell cable cars make iconic Russian Hill a favorite with tourists. Locals savor the steep garden walks, the tiny pocket parks, and Swensen's Ice Cream on the corner of Union and Hyde streets. Despite the steep streets, Russian Hill is a highly walkable urban enclave, with many residents able to commute to work on foot. Browse our selection of Russian Hill homes for sale.
The Marina neighborhood is one of the most sought after in the city. San Francisco begins at the foot of the Golden Gate Bridge, where the city meets the bay. The Marina is home to a large marina and its fleet of exotic yachts. Residents in the million-dollar homes of the Marina appreciate the sun-swept views; the walking...
6- Telegraph Hill
Telegraph Hill is one the city's oldest neighborhoods, inhabited long before the Gold Rush by the men who worked on the nearby waterfront. Today, Telegraph Hill is home to the largest concentration of pre-1870 buildings in San Francisco. The neighborhood still bears witness to those glory days. As ships unloaded their cargo, a quarry at the top of Telegraph Hill supplied the rocks they needed for ballast, and today...