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Cow Hollow, Marina, Pacific Heights & Presidio Heights
Pacific Heights is a picture-perfect haven with street after street of beautiful mansions, Spanish-style buildings, and meticulously maintained Victorians many of which have magnificent vistas to the north escaped the fire of 1906 so every architectural period imaginable is represented and some of the buildings are an extraordinary mixture of styles. One look at the houses and establishments here and you’ll know all these pack a punch in the mortgages department. District 7 features the dramatic Palace of Fine Arts, Alcatraz, Angel Island, Golden Gate Bridge, Marin Headlands, Gharidelli Square, Aquatic park, Hyde Street Pier. They are only a few of the subjects that dot the landscape of the northern views from these hundreds of unique and privileged District 7 properties.
The most exclusive neighborhood in the city boasts of Spreckels Mansion (this half-block French baroque mansion was commissioned in 1913 by Adolph Spreckels, the mega-rich sugarcane magnate which is currently the home of the author Danielle Steele) foreign consulates, Italianate villas, private schools, luxury buildings and three parks, Lafayette, Alta Plaza and Alamo Square. At the foot of this hill to the north, storekeepers transformed residential buildings into shops and offices in the 70’s along Union Street, which defined Pacific Hts from the beginning of the Marina area. These residences are like fairytale retreats lining the streets going east to west from Franklin all the way out to the Presidio Army base.
Marina – Cow Hollow. In the 1800’s vegetable gardens and dairy farms in Cow Hollow feed the citizens of the then perceived remote city near by, San Francisco. Close by was the underwater soon to be land filled district that housed the 1915 Panama Pacific Exposition. A magnificent structure, the Palace of Fine Arts, designed by Bernard Maybeck stands today. This neighborhood of San Francisco District 7 is filled with many Mediterranean-style flats and apartments, the once sleepy commercial street Chestnut St. is now the busy commercial thoroughfare on which many small restaurants, old deli’s, upscale retail stores such as Pottery Barn preside. The Marina greens give way to kite flying, volleyball games, endless dog walkers, a nest where many of the privileged can dock their sailboats at the St. Francis Yacht Club and breathtaking views of the Golden Gate Bridge and Marin County.
Presidio Heights is the richest and most influential San Franciscans chose the grand estates that lay west of Pacific Heights once the cable car lines were completed. The views from this enclave are unparalleled in all northern and eastern directions. Certainly, new blood has moved but many ancestors of the original settlers remain. On the west one of San Francisco public golf courses operates while the Palace of Legion of Honor where a copy of Rodin’s thinker is found embraces the Presidio’s northwest.
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