Sits at the northern tip of a peninsula surrounded by the Pacific Ocean to the West and the San Francisco Bay to the East. Roughly seven miles north to south and seven miles east to west, San Francisco encompasses a land area of about 46.9 miles.
As real estate prices in San Francisco continue to climb, more people are looking East as an affordable alternative. Warmer weather, larger residences, more affordable properties, and a slower pace of life.
Offers a collection of cities and towns with their own distinct culture and energy. As one travels further South out of San Francisco the weather becomes noticeably warmer and the properties sizes appear to increase.
Short for South of Market, is broadly defined as the area surrounded by Market Street to the northwest, the San Francisco Bay to the northeast, Mission Creek to the southeast, and US-101 to the southwest.
Hub of San Francisco’s many financial institutions. Situated in the northwest sector of the City, it is bookend by SOMA to the south and North Beach to the north, with terrific views of the San Francisco Bay, Bay Bridge, Treasure Island, and the East Bay.
Surrounded by hills, Noe Valley gives off an air of remoteness and removal from the rest of the city. Noe has been known for its friendly and clean image. Its streets are lined with Victorian homes, upscale restaurants, home-décor boutiques, and chic clothing shops.
Pacific Heights Marina
Those that live here will tell you this is the most beautiful neighborhood in San Francisco. With magnificent architecture, architecture, luxury homes, quaint apartment buildings, waterfront real estate, small businesses peppered throughout.
Quiet residential neighborhood, removed from the hustle and bustle of downtown and other busier neighborhoods in San Francisco. The streets are primarily made up of single family residences, some Victorian and impressive, others from the mid-20th century and of modest architectural origins.