Inside Perspective Steps away from the open spaces of the Presidio is the Jordan Park/Laurel Heights neighborhood. Large, century-old Edwardians and Victorians mingle with stucco bungalows, apartment buildings, and California modern houses. Jordan Park/Laurel Heights attracts upscale families with young children. Students are served by private schools, including The Laurel School and Live Oak School. Browse our selection of Laurel Heights/Jordan Park homes for sale.
Elegant, and quaint, the boutique shops on Sacramento Street in Laurel Heights may not carry much that you need, but they are certainly stuffed with everything you want. Shops like Sample Angel Outlet serve the chic with stylish fashion. For those who can't make it to the Wine Country for a weekend, Wine Impression provides luxurious gifts. For more mundane needs, Laurel Village Shopping Center includes hardware, drug, and grocery stores.
Restaurants, cafes, and specialty bakeries abound in Laurel Heights. Residents can walk to The Corner Store, which serves breakfast, sandwiches, and pasta dishes; SQwers Izakaya & Sushi Bar offers Japanese food and sushi; and The Pig & Whistle, an old-school pub on Geary Boulevard that brings British food and beverages to the neighborhood.
You don't have to be Jewish to enjoy the athletic and cultural facilities at the Jewish Community Center of San Francisco, a modern health center and cultural arts presenter at the intersection of California and Presidio Streets. Muni bus lines that serve the neighborhood include the 1 California, the 38 Geary, and the 43 Masonic.