Stretching across the northwest corner of the city, the Richmond District is famous for its neatly structured residential streets with its characteristic multicultural makeup. Positioned between the Presidio and Golden Gate Park, it’s often considered an under-the-radar – but one that is easily accessible and has great living options. From Chinese, Thai, and Vietnamese restaurants, to Russian eateries and Irish pubs, the bustling area often attracts people from all around San Francisco. The majority of homes were built at the beginning of the 20th century and show a diversity of styles ranging from Edwardian homes, cottages, and row houses. For those looking to enjoy being near the beach, Sutro Heights above Geary offers magnificent views of the shoreline.
Sea Cliff is a well-maintained residential enclave with manicured lawns and lush gardens. Found in the northwestern corner of San Francisco, the neighborhood offers Mediterrean style homes with picturesque views of the Golden Gate Bridge and the Marin Headlands. The only San Francisco neighborhood that touches the ocean, Sea Cliff was named for the fishing […]
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 […]
Lone Mountain is a quaint, historic neighborhood that is best known as the home to the University of San Francisco campus. Many homes are occupied by USF students and faculty, so the neighborhood is sometimes referred to as “University Terrace.” The community is bordered by Anza Vista, Laurel Heights, Inner Richmond, and NOPA, and is […]