Cow Hollow

Cow Hollow Neighborhood San Francisco

History Cow Hollow was home to all of the dairy farms supplying milk to the growing population of San Francisco during the Gold Rush Era. Once known as Spring Valley the dairy farms and cows gave the … Read More...

Marina

Marina San Francisco

History The Marina neighborhood rapidly grew following the World's Fair in 1915.  Many of the stylish 1920s-inspired apartments and flats still remain in immaculate form. As the host of the San … Read More...

Nob Hill

Nob Hill Neighborhood

History Nob Hill is where all of the wealthy built their mansions during the Gold Rush Era. People referred to the wealthy as “Nobs” and their enormous mansions made this neighborhood known as Nob … Read More...

Noe Valley

noe valley luxury real estate

History Historically Noe Valley was known as a quaint suburban neighborhood with relatively inexpensive homes. In the late 1800's through the early 1900's many of the row houses were built for the … Read More...

Pacific Heights

Pacific Heights neighborhood

History Pacific Heights was first colonized by the nouveau riche of the late 1800s when the construction of a new cable-car line made the area accessible. The extravagant dwellings that characterize … Read More...

Presidio Heights

Pacific Heights Neighborhood

History Presidio Terrace is San Francisco's most exclusive communities located in Presidio Heights.  It originated as a way to keep wealthy locals in the city after the 1906 earthquake.  The … Read More...

Russian Hill

Russian Hill neighborhood

History Russian Hill acquired it's name from an early cemetery located on the east side of Vallejo and Jones where Russian sailors were buried before the Gold Rush. The cemetery was removed, but the … Read More...

Sea Cliff

sea cliff neighborhood

History Sea Cliff originally got it's name because it sits on the Northwestern cliff of the Richmond District that borders the Pacific Ocean.  The first residence was built there in 1908 after the … Read More...

North Beach

North Beach San Francisco Neighborhood

History North Beach got it's name a long time ago when it used to actually be a beach on the northern end of the city.   The neighborhood became known as Little Italy and today it still has a strong … Read More...