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San Francisco District #1Golden Gate Heights
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Golden Gate Park, Jordan Park, Laurel Heights, Lake Street, Lone Mountain, Outer Richmond, Sacramento St & Sea Cliff

From palatial mansions of Sea Cliff area to the truly international population of middle-class/urban professionals & students thriving in the east-west Geary corridor neighborhoods that run west of Masonic to the landmark restaurant Cliff House. The Richmond is the largest of neighborhoods in San Francisco District 1. The eastern border starting at Arguello and flowing west to Highway #1 then encircles the grid of Avenues from 1-48th and La Playa while the northern borders up against the Presidio stretching south to Funston that runs along the northern Golden Gate Park. A conglomerate of families, young couples and individuals stroll in and out of the Russian bakeries, Middle Eastern delis, Irish bars, and French restaurants that rely on this uniquely diverse population for their livelihood. Due to an increase in Asian population over recent years, the once neighborhood shopping street of Clement abounds with dim sum houses and Chinese restaurants justifying its new nickname “Chinatown West”

Sea Cliff is dominated by Spanish architecture homes perched on the cliffs east of Golden Gate Bridge. Certainly one of the most desirable and picturesque residential areas within San Francisco District 1. Success exudes itself from any of houses, stars and theatrical types such as Robin Williams, Sharon Stone, and Carol Hayes of Hayes Productions all have homes here. The Presidio Trust sits to its east with remains of the Land’s End Park and the famous Sutro Baths of 1896 to the west. The California Palace of the Legion of Honor museum built in 1924 ( inspired by the Palais de la Legion in Paris), home of Rodin’s “The Thinker”, and the public golf course of Lincoln Park all share the Sea Cliff address!

The Outer Richmond houses world-class recreation as a matter of course, where you’re never more than a minute from a hike at Land’s End, a walk with the dog at Ocean or Baker Beach, or simply watching the surfers ride the waves of the Pacific.

The Jordan Park neighborhood of mostly single-family homes provides extraordinary views, with shopping, dining and transportation near by. Homes in this area of SF District 1 offer some front and backyards; and, the neighborhood lends itself to many neighborhood associations that orchestrate block parties.

The Laurel Heights area offers some of the largest homes in the city w/ a mix of upscale apartment buildings. Blessed with two very popular shopping areas, Laural Hts. Village as well as Sacramento St. one can find state of the art supermarkets, banks, one of the oldest coffee shops in San Francisco, second-hand shops, antiques store after store, small boutiques all within these two areas which run parallel to one another; and, of course a Starbucks.

The Lake Street neighborhood offers Edwardian-style single-family homes, flats and apartments with easy, yes! We said easy, parking. Presidio Golf Course, tennis courts, children’s playgrounds of Mountain Lake Park are all minutes away; while an abundance of shopping and dining options are near by on California, and Clement St. which is dominated by Asian markets and restaurants.

Lone Mountain is the area immediately surrounding the University of San Francisco campus, to the south of Laurel Heights. It is bordered by Geary Boulevard to the north, Arguello Boulevard to the west, Masonic Avenue to the east, and Fulton Street to the south. Lone Mountain is one of San Francisco District 1’s historic hills. The neighborhood rests on the former location of the Odd Fellows Cemetery, Masonic Cemetery, and Greek Orthodox Cemetery. Graves in these cemeteries, along with most graves in San Francisco, were moved to Colma by the 1940s. Lone Mountain is also home to the Angelo J. Rossi Playground and Rossi Pool at Arguello Boulevard and Anza Street.” ***

“Though the Golden Gate Park has seen changes over the years, what remains today is a testament to the will of the city to preserve a place to play, relax and grow culturally. The new de Young museum is sure to bring a new wave of visitors, as the re-opening of the Conservatory of Flowers did in 2003. The music concourse is being improved and should open in early- to mid-2006, perhaps around the same time the Murphy Windmill returns from repairs in the Netherlands.” *

*** source – Wikipedia

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