One of the most consistently sought-after neighborhoods in San Francisco, Jordan Park is an established area perfect for families, with suburban-style space and proximity to shops, parks, and entertainment. Gracious homes on generous parcels dot the streets from Jordan to Commonwealth, and Palm to Parker, between Geary and California Streets. One of those secrets hiding in plain sight, Jordan Park properties are primarily single family homes and condominium buildings, within convenient distance to Laurel Village and the Sacramento Street corridor; buyers should enter the market assuming they will fall in love.
Inner Richmond / Central Richmond / Outer Richmond
The Richmond District is fiercely beloved for being exactly what it appears to be: incredibly diverse, family friendly, and boasting a variety of properties to consider. Buttressed by the Presidio and Golden Gate Park, the Richmond is walkable, bikeable, and hikeable at all points. In a neighborhood with streets named for some of the great explorers of California, choose your own adventure of discovery! Consider gracious Lake Street homes alongside Mountain Lake Park and the Presidio trails, or mixed-use properties along Clement Street, or setback single family homes along the central and outer avenues adjacent to Anza or Balboa Streets.
An elegant enclave with some of the City’s most breathtaking oceanside vistas of the Bay and the Marin Headlands, Sea Cliff remains at once Old San Francisco and decidedly unstuffy. High value properties on larger parcels (a clutch of tech founders own in the area; one created a two-home compound via purchases totaling $30M) sit under the lovely shadow of the Palace of the Legion of Honor and Lincoln Park. Follow the winding lanes that follow the cliffs over Baker Beach, and you can see the vestiges of the historic planned community it was at the turn of the 20th century.