The Richmond District spreads across the northwest corner of San Francisco and is known for its orderly residential streets nestled around Russian cathedrals, Asian restaurants, and Mexican open markets. Public transit options are the Balboa and Geary bus lines, which run express buses during commute hours. There’s also easy access to the Golden Gate Bridge by car via Park Presidio Boulevard. The majority of homes were built in the 1920s and 1930s, but the turn-of-the-century styles that San Francisco is known for are represented as well.
Central Richmond is very close to the best areas of Golden Gate Park, Academy of Sciences, The DeYoung Museum, Golden Gate Fields, Stow Lake and Rose Garden and shopping, dining on both Geary and Clement streets and fog especially in the summer.