The quiet, supremely manicured Pacific Heights ("Pac Heights" to San Franciscans) is home to some of the city's most notable residents - and their stately mansions. Tourists and locals visit the area just to take in the architecture. The neighborhood includes grandiose Victorian, Edwardian, Chateau, and Mission Revival-style homes, and a good number are pre-1906 earthquake. Many of these addresses offe...r sweeping views of the Golden Gate Bridge and the rest of San Francisco Bay, a feature that rarely comes with the quiet of this neighborhood. Lined with high-end boutiques and restaurants, Fillmore Street is where the shopping happens.View more
Market trends help you understand the movement of key price indicators. Trends in Pacific Heights show a -14% year-over-year drop in median sales price and a 7% rise in median rent per month.
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Pacific Heights has very low crime relative to the rest of San Francisco County.
Knowing more about crime activity in and around Pacific Heights can help keep you aware of crime in the area. Crime activity is most helpful when comparing two locations to understand the relative safety of each location.View More
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There are 33 schools in Pacific Heights.
San Francisco Public Montessori School
Sherman Elementary School
Cobb (William L.) Elementary School
Roosevelt Middle School
Marina Middle School
Saint Vincent De Paul
Lowell High School
Galileo High School
Washington (George) High School
Get to know your neighbors in Pacific Heights by reviewing our census driven map. Get insights into median age, how many people are married, and percentage of people with a college degree.
Most people in Pacific Heights commute by car. Learn how neighbors in this area get to work so you can consider how you might commute if you lived here, too.
San Francisco is a food town. The tastiest way to abide? Hit Ella's and order the chocolate chip oatmeal pancakes. Laugh off breakfast at George while shopping for luxury cat bowls.
The best way to soak in the daytime view: walk up the Lyon Street Steps, then follow the SF Heritage mansion tour. Bet on which is the senator's and which belonged to Levi Strauss.
Everyone loves a night view of the city. Drive up Fillmore between Green and Broadway and admire the mysterious city below. (Keep your stomach in check on the way down.)