South Beach & Soma

The primary properties in South Beach and South of Market range from luxurious mid to high-rise condominiums packed with amenities, to chic conversion loft buildings. For activities, the neighborhood is home to some of the most famous restaurants in the world such as Saison, and many bustling bars and nightclubs like Local Edition. You’ll also find many museums, the SF MOMA, hotels, The InterContinental, and shopping at the Westfield Mall.

Mission Bay

Mission Bay is one of San Francisco’s newest neighborhoods, consisting of many mid-rise condominium buildings built around the water of the Mission Creek. The most famous destination in the neighborhood is the San Francisco Giants Stadium, AT&T Park. The flat neighborhood and good weather is ideal for enjoying the many newer parks and restaurants of the area. Mission Bay is also home CalTrain’s main hub.

Potrero Hill

Known for having some of the warmest weather and incredible views of San Francisco, Potrero Hill consists of many Victorian style single family homes, and smaller condominium buildings. Despite some of the hills, Potrero Hill embodies a small neighborhood feel, and offers incredible dining options along the main street. It’s also one of the most southern of San Francisco neighborhoods, providing great Peninsula commuting.

Russian& Nob Hill

Russian and Nob Hill are home to the most iconic and famous images and landscapes of San Francisco. Steep hills, cable cars, tree lined streets, and iconic architecture makeup the neighborhood with single family homes, and small to large condominium buildings. Despite the hills, the neighborhood is incredibly walkable, just short stroll to many parks, and destinations such as Fisherman’s Wharf and Lombard Street.

The Mission

The Mission is one of San Francisco’s most popular neighborhoods. Famous for incredible weather, the neighborhood consists of many Victorian and Edwardian single family homes, and smaller condominium buildings. The main attractions are Dolores Park, and some of the city’s most popular restaurants up and down bustling Valencia and Mission Street. The Mission is also very walkable with its flat layout, and accessible with the Bart train running all the way underneath.

Noe Valley

Noe Valley has become one of San Francisco’s most desired neighborhoods, home to original and updated Modern and Victoria homes, along with condominiums located in smaller buildings. The charm is the small town feel with restaurants, boutiques, and farmer’s markets. It’s a very walkable neighborhood, with sidewalks filed with strollers and dogs. Noe Valley is one of the city’s most southern neighborhoods offering fast commute access to the Peninsula.

The Castro

The Castro also known as Eureka Valley, is one of San Francisco’s most vibrant neighborhoods. Geographically made up of hills and valleys, lined with traditional and modern Victorian homes and condominiums. The area also offers desired nightlife, shopping, and dinning. Many transportations options such as Muni and Trolley cars offer residents fast access down Market Street.

Cole Valley

One of San Francisco’s most charming neighborhoods, with quant tree-lined streets, filled with traditional and modern Victorian and Edwardian single family homes, and condominiums. The main street of Cole Valley resembles something from a movie, with fantastic restaurants, shops, and a vintage style Malt Shop. UCSF’s main campus is located in the neighborhood, which offers many scenic walking paths and parks.


NOPA gets its name from the spectacular Panhandle park, and has recently become one of San Francisco’s more popular neighborhoods. The properties will consist of traditional and modern Victorian and Edwardian single family homes, and condominiums. The area is tranquil yet packed with hot restaurants, local coffee shops and businesses. NOPA is also in the center of the city, providing easy access to some of the city’s most notable destinations, transportation options, and the gateway to Golden Gate Park.

Pacific& Presidio Heights

Known as one of the most iconic and prestigious neighborhood of San Francisco, you will find a mixture of Mansions, smaller single family homes, and condominiums. The area is ideallypercheda top the cityoffering grand and peaceful outlooks. The neighborhoods have several excellent parks, shopping and dining along Fillmore and Sacramento streets, and dogs are all welcome.

The Richmond

The Richmond runs along the entire north side of Golden Gate Park and is known for Edwardian/Arts and Crafts single-family homes with some condominium building too. You’ll find bigger fixers and some redone houses that blend modern and traditional. People are drawn to the neighborhood as it is on the quieter side for San Francisco, and has many great dinning and shopping along Clement Street and Geary Boulevard. The Richmond also offers great walkability for the flat neighborhood, many amazing parks, ocean access.

The Sunset

The Sunset is the largest neighborhood in San Francisco, bordering the south side of Golden Gate Park and stretching to Ocean Beach. The neighborhood has become one of the hottest markets in San Francisco, with its smaller single-family homes offering an opportunity to own at more of an entry level price. The area is known for its flat streets,shopping and dining, and Ocean Beach

Marina / Cow Hollow

One of the most northern neighborhoods, the Marina and Cow Hollow run along the San Francisco Bay with the Golden Gate Bridge and Alcatraz in full view. The properties are single family homes and condominiums from Victorian to Art-Deco styling. The area is known for the incredible restaurants and shopping of Union and Chestnut street, and many parks and walking trails. Home for sale in the Marina/Cow Hollow neighborhood of San Francisco are surrounded by countless sidewalk cafes, and boutique shops.