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Tue Oct 25, 2011
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Wed Nov 30, 2011
Bita_kaz answered:
It's safe, clean, pleasant and walking distance to most of exciting places in SF<
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Wed Nov 23, 2011
Lee Clancy answered:
Pacific Heights holds up pretty well in any economy...there's no new land and it's a very long planning process to make serious renovations or do new builds, so home prices are likely going to continue to stay stable or appreciate. ... more
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Thu Feb 5, 2015
Maureen Keleher answered:
Quiet, safe area–home to mostly families and students. If you can find an in-law in this area, the rent is usually very reasonable, and you usually will develop a good relationship with you landlord. Ocean is about 8 blocks away, and the Great Highway is a wonderful running trail and gateway to Golden Gate Park. I highly recommend this area to those who are outdoorsy, love to surf, or have a dog. If you like to walk, you can find a few markets, cafes and dive bars on various streets. Another great area for SF State students because there is fairly reliable transportation to the campus, and you can get far away enough from campus to get away from school. The L-Taraval is roughly a 3-block walk, the 48-Quintara bus to the east side of the city is a block away, and the 29-Sunset that goes to SF State is roughly 4 blocks away. ... more
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Wed Nov 30, 2011
Maureen Keleher answered:
Very foggy area due to the ocean. The weather out here is generally the opposite of the rest of the city. If you’re someone who likes to go out a lot at night or enjoys eating out, this is not a good neighborhood because commuting at night can be tough, and there aren’t too many late-night eateries. Even working downtown can seem like a trek because there is only one major train that goes downtown. You might also feel isolated since those who live in more central parts of the city may not want to trek out to your neighborhood–even driving out there can take awhile sometimes. While the area is very safe, you will see police patrolling the streets–it’s a popular neighborhood for growing/dealing marijuana, and there was even a resident running a massage parlor out of their apartment! ... more
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Fri Sep 6, 2013
Seth Swenson, MBA answered:
Currently prices in the Outer Sunset are going up and in my opinion will appreciate over the long run along with all San Francisco real estate. The parts closest to the beach I think could appreciate very fast as more and more people discover how great the Outer Sunset is and how connected it is to the rest of the city,

It is very much a peaceful oasis right in San Francisco that requires no bridges or tunnels to get to, it is reminiscent of a beach town in other parts of California. The Outer Sunset may be the city's best kept secret.

Seth Swenson, MBA
Broker Associate at Prudential
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www.sethswensonrealestate.com
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Wed Nov 30, 2011
Katie Marazita answered:
Down this road you'll find the Cliff House and the ruins of the Sutro Baths. These ruins aren't too impressive, but it does make for a nice and adventurous date (and something worth seeing in the city). There is a nice like trail you can hike, a cave you can explore, and if all this is too boring, the beach is only a walking distance away. You can stand right on the edge of the ruins and stare out into the ocean. It is clean and safe, and it has its own parking lot. Also, its located in a really nice neighborhood of the city. So if you are up for walking, you can explore some nice houses and parks as well. ... more
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Wed Nov 30, 2011
Katie Marazita answered:
Very hard to get to if you are riding public transportation. And this is a tourist site so you may run into some people with too many questions. And it tends to be windy and cold on most days. ... more
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Wed Nov 27, 2013
Seth Swenson, MBA answered:
The Outer Richmond is a beautiful part of San Francisco that is heavily residential and also has many great restaurants and business to visit. It is also surrounded by the ocean and 2 of the greatest parks in the world.

The homes are fantastic and there is a great mix of condos, single family homes, and multi-family properties. Just like the rest of San Francisco the area should be appreciating over the long run.
If you are looking for a Realtor to work with or have questions please call me anytime.

Seth Swenson
Broker Associate at Prudential California Realty
4158607384
www.sethswensonrealestate.com
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