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Trulia Neighborhood Guides

San Francisco

Explore the city and discover a place you’ll love to live.

Check out the neighborhoods people search most on Trulia

#1 Pacific Heights →

Well-heeled residents lavish love on their historic homes, frequent Fillmore Street’s elegant boutiques, and walk their pups in the hilltop parks.  

#2 Outer Sunset →

At the city’s foggy western edge, this orderly grid of colorful homes can claim both the beach and Golden Gate Park as its own backyard.

#3 South of Market →

Years of breakneck development have transformed SoMa from an industrial zone into a tech hub packed with offices, condos, and high-dollar restaurants.

#4 Mission →

Beloved for its murals and burritos, the Mission is also packed with enough dive bars and music venues to host half the city on weekend nights.

#5 Russian Hill →

Locals tote groceries up garden-lined stairways, and cable cars ding the bell as they pass local watering holes. This is classic San Francisco all the way.

#6 Marina →

Known for its post-collegiate crowd that works out in the neighborhood’s waterfront parks by day and parties in Chestnut Street’s bars by night.

#7 Inner Richmond →

It’s got Golden Gate Park to the south, the Presidio to the north, and Clement Street’s noodle joints and indie shops in between.

#8 Noe Valley →

Locals call this sunny neighborhood full of Victorians and Edwardians “Stroller Town” because it’s home to so many families.

#9 Nob Hill →

The mansions of the city’s early tycoons have been replaced with apartments, but cable cars still carry commuters up these famously scenic streets.

#10 Potrero Hill →

Tourists have never heard of Potrero Hill, which suits locals just fine. They’re here for the easy commute, bay views, and village vibe.
This list includes neighborhoods that have a minimum of 10 homes for sale. Last updated 4/30/19.
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