Sea Cliff, a neighborhood in northwestern San Francisco, is known for its large houses and ocean views. One of eight master-planned residence parks in San Francisco, landscape architect Mark Daniels developed its master plan.
Many houses in Sea Cliff offer breathtaking views of the Pacific Ocean, the Golden Gate Bridge, the Presidio, and the Marin Headlands. A small public beach named China Beach sits within the enclave. Flanked by the Golden Gate National Recreation Area, Sea Cliff provides easy access to the hike at Land's End Trail, Sutro Baths, Baker Beach, Lincoln Park Golf Course, and the Palace of the Legion of Honor.
126 27th Avenue, John Charles Flugger (1907)
9 Scenic Way - Colonial Revival, Willis Polk (1914)
25 Scenic Way Classical Revival, Willis Polk (1914)
45 Scenic Way - Mediterranean Revival, Willis Polk (1914)
160 Sea Cliff Avenue - Classical Revival, (1915)
164 Sea Cliff Avenue - Italian Renaissance Revival, Albert L. Farr (1920)
50 Scenic Way, Strowbridge House - Mediterranean Revival, Julia Morgan (1921)
250 Sea Cliff Avenue, Baldocchi House - Meditteranean Revival, Burtz, Winter & Maury (1924)
70 West Clay - Spanish Colonial Revival (1926)
775 El Camino del Mar - French Normandy Revival, Albert L. Farr (1928)
610 El Camino del Mar - Spanish Colonial Revival, Albert L. Farr (1929)
60 Mclaren Avenue - Spanish Colonial Revival, Albert L. Farr (1934)
455 Sea Cliff Avenue - French Normandy Revival, Albert L. Farr (1938)
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