Nestled between Pacific Heights and the Richmond district/Lake Street corridor, Presidio Heights is one of San Francisco's nicest neighborhoods. Luxury does not take a backseat to family friendliness. The properties here are beautiful and well-maintained. You will find a thrilling mix of architectural styles in the large single-family homes of this affluent neighborhood. Multi-unit and condominium buildings are in limited supply.
In addition to its outstanding collection of homes, many residents are drawn here for the neighborhood's proximity to the Presidio of San Francisco, offering nearly three square miles of gorgeous greenery for recreational exploration. Being buffered by this outdoor expanse to the north imbues Presidio Heights with a quiet, peaceful atmosphere.
Julius Kahn Playground sits just north of the neighborhood; established in 1923 to serve military families living at the Presidio, today it has new playground equipment, pickleball and tennis courts, a basketball court, a clubhouse and playing fields, making it a popular meeting spot for Presidio Heights neighbors of all ages.
When it comes time to run errands or venture out for a cup of coffee, Laurel Village on California Street is a charming and very convenient shopping center. Expect to dodge some strollers when you visit its shops, cafes, and grocery stores serving the area. Venture a bit farther West to take advantage of all of the Inner Richmond's amenities, including delightfully diverse shopping and dining.
3198 Pacific Avenue - First Bay Tradition, Samuel Newsom (1895)
3620 Clay Street, Greenebaum House - Classical Revival, Hermann Barth (1900)
3232 Pacific Avenue, Waybur House - First Bay Tradition, Ernest Coxhead (1901)
3701 Washington Street - Beaux-Arts, Newsom & Newsom/Bakewell & Weihe (1902/1928)
166 Arguello Street - First Bay Tradition, Neusen-Neusen (1903)
3500 Jackson Street, Roos House - Arts & Crafts, Bernard Maybeck (1909)
3233 Pacific Avenue, Goslinsky House - First Bay Tradition, Bernard Maybeck (1909)
3990 Washington Street - Arts & Crafts (1909)
3575 Clay Street, Bowen House - Greek Revival, Bliss & Faville (1910)
3340 Washington Street, Bergerot House - Second Empire, Oliver Everett (1912)
3277 Pacific Avenue, Hooker House - Mediterranean Revival Palazzo, Willis Polk (1913/1994)
3731 Jackson Street - French Villa, James Francis Dunn (1919)
3850 Washington Street - Spanish Colonial Revival (1924)
3800 Washington Street, Koshland Mansion - Classical Revival, Frank van Trees (1925)
3070 Pacific Avenue, Sloss Estate - Meditteranean Villa, Henry Gutterson (1928)
3690 Washington Street, Gwin-Follis Mansion - Beaux-Arts, Arthur Brown Jr. (1928)
3130 Pacific Avenue - Arts & Crafts, Taylor Lombardo Architects (2007)
3 Presidio Terrace, Davis House - Tudor Revival, MacDonald & Applegarth (1908)
10 Presidio Terrace, Brown House - Prairie School, Charles Whittlesey (1909)
19 Presidio Terrace, Weinstock House - Pueblo Revival, Charles Whittlesey (1909)
20 Presidio Terrace, Keesling House - French Rural, Lewis Parsons Hobart (1909)
30 Presidio Terrace, Nelson House - Elizabethan Arts & Crafts, MacDonald & Applegarth (1909)
31 Presidio Terrace, Horst House - Colonial Revival, Frederick Nickerson (1909)
32 Presidio Terrace, Meyer House - Prairie School, Charles Whittlesey (1909)
34 Presidio Terrace, McCarthy House - Beaux-Arts, MacDonald & Applegarth (1909)
21 Presidio Terrace, Maundrel House - Mission Revival, T. Paterson Ross (1910)
16 Presidio Terrace, Hutchison House - Colonial Revival, Bakewell & Brown (1919)
40 Presidio Terrace, Salz House - Meditteranean Revival, Lewis Parsons Hobart (1919)
37 Presidio Terrace, Heyman House - Beaux-Arts, Ward & Farr (1927)
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