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 the district today stand as testimony to the desire of those early residents to impress their Nob Hill neighbors.

Real Estate

Today Pacific Heights remains one of the most prestigious neighborhoods in San Francisco.  Here you will find luxurious mansions with breathtaking views of the Golden Gate Bridge and San Francisco Bay.  The eastern portion of Pacific Heights has a variety of architectural styles with many Victorian homes.  The western portion is made up of more modern homes in comparison.  The section along Broadway Street between Divisadero and Lyon Street is referred to as Gold Coast. The Gold Coast, also known as Billionaire’s Row is where you will find the most expensive homes in San Francisco.  

Lifestyle

Consulates from all over the world made Pacific Heights their home.  World leaders and Hollywood celebrities visit the neighborhood to attend exclusive charity events and political fundraisers.  Pacific Heights is where you will find the most affluent people in San Francisco. The city’s finest private schools are located here, making it the ideal neighborhood for affluent families.  There are plenty of parks and neighborhood playgrounds to enjoy the outdoors.

The majority of activity is centered around Fillmore Street.  Fillmore Street is a combination of high end retail shops, fine dining, upscale bars, and gourmet grocery stores.  Fillmore Street is where all of the neighborhood festivals are held such as the Fillmore Jazz Festival.  On the weekends you will find many neighbors enjoying the sunshine at Lafayette Park or Alta Park.  They offer grassy areas for sunbathing, picnic tables, a playground, tennis courts, and an off leash dog play area.

Homes For Sale in Pacific Heights

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