Pacific Heights and The Marina
This elegant neighborhood embodies the most popular vision of San Francisco, and its blocks of Victorian mansions and its Cinemascope views of the Bay and the Golden Gate Bridge make the area a perennial favorite with visitors and residents alike.
The neighborhood is loosely bordered by Van Ness and Presidio avenues and Pine and Vallejo streets and 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.
The area is home to many parochial and other private schools. It’s location adjacent to the Presidio and close to Crissy Field make it popular with families, outdoor enthusiasts and dog owners. There is a mix of single family, 2-4 unit buildings and apartments.
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(all data current as of 5/18/2013)
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$405,000 : 2727 Jackson St, Unit 1, San Francisco0 beds, 1.00 baths
$429,000 : 3501 Laguna St, Unit 206, San Francisco0 beds, 1.00 baths
$489,000 : 2040 Franklin St, Unit 506, San Francisco0 beds, 1.00 baths
$499,000 : 3330 Clay, Unit A, San Francisco1 bed, 1.00 baths
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