• Bernal Heights

    Bernal Heights

    Area Links Bernal Heights   Located south of the Mission District, Bernal Heights is renowned for having perhaps the best, warmest weather in the city. With a number of ...
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  • Castro District

    Castro District

      The Castro is well known as a lively, primarily gay district in San Francisco. The Castro is not actually a district, but rather the centerpiece that ties together nei...
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  • Cow Hollow

    Cow Hollow

      Across from the Marina District, south of Lombard Street, lies Cow Hollow. San Francisco real estate in Cow Hollow enjoys access to upscale restaurants and shopping al...
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  • Financial District

    Financial District

      Some call San Francisco's downtown Wall Street West because it is ranked as one of the top financial centers in the nation. The Financial District begins at Montgomery...
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  • Haight Ashbury

    Haight Ashbury

    The Haight District was immortalized in the 1960s as the center of the hippie movement and a bastion of counter-culture and irreverence. Today, the Gap and Ben & Jerry's sitti...
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  • Marina District

    Marina District

      This hip area of the city is a veritable mecca for young professionals enjoying their initial years out of college. Marina real estate enjoys access to excellent shopp...
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  • Nob Hill

    Nob Hill

    In the late 19th century, Nob Hill served as an enclave to the original San Francisco elite, and to this day maintains an air of prestige with a rich history and some of the b...
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  • Noe Valley

    Noe Valley

      Situated with architectural San Francisco houses, this trendy area has fast become one of the most desirable places to live. Noe Valley is nestled in the lowland betwe...
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  • North Beach

    North Beach

      North Beach has historically been an Italian neighborhood and is often known as the Little Italy of the West. While the neighborhood has diversified dramatically, Nort...
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  • Pacific Heights

    Pacific Heights

      Pacific Heights homes for sale deliver commanding views of the San Francisco Bay and the city below with neighborhood hills rising from the Marina and running along an...
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  • Presidio Heights

    Presidio Heights

      Directly to the west of Pacific Heights, Presidio Heights is a small affluent residential neighborhood consisting of beautiful homes and mansions. Presidio Heights rea...
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  • Richmond


      Although maybe not as hip as the more well-known districts of the city, the mostly residential Richmond District has other charming and interesting elements. Richmond ...
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  • Russian Hill

    Russian Hill

      Russian Hill, with its steep hilly streets and beautiful views, is one of the nicest areas in the city. Russian Hill properties include Edwardian and Victorian apartme...
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  • Sea Cliff

    Sea Cliff

      North of Richmond, Sea Cliff is a primarily residential district, sitting above the ocean. The huge Sea Cliff homes and perfectly manicured lawns stretch above China B...
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  • SOMA


      SOMA (South of Market Street) is one of the most cosmopolitan, up-and-coming areas in San Francisco, mixing converted lofts and industrial buildings. With the San Fran...
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  • Sunset


      Before the 1930s, the Sunset District was made up of Sand Dunes that extended west to Ocean Beach. Now, Sunset properties enjoy one of the largest neighborhoods in San F...
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  • Telegraph Hill

    Telegraph Hill

      Known for its famous landmark, Coit Tower, a majestic 180-foot tower that sits authoritatively at the top of the hill, Telegraph Hill is a small, quiet district. Telegra...
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  • Twin Peaks

    Twin Peaks

    Twin Peaks consists of two hills in the center of San Francisco, with elevations of nearly 1,000 feet. Low rise apartments and condo complexes make up the majority of Twin Peaks...
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