Love Where You Live: San Francisco

What’s beyond that Victorian facade? Bay windows and glittering cityscapes, secret gardens and rooftop decks, original molding and wainscoting, cozy breakfast nooks and awe-inspiring staircases. San Francisco knows romance is about mystery, and you never know what you’re going to find when you pull back the curtain on one of its character-filled homes. This February, we’re exploring the neighborhoods that have stolen our hearts, starting with one of the most romantic cities in the world. We love San Francisco, from North Beach to Noe Valley. Which neighborhood is your favorite?


Alamo Square | 809 Scott Street, San Francisco | Listed by Grace Mgrdechian

Love Where You Live: San Francisco

Designed by noted architectural firm Kenitzer and Kollofrath. Enter the front gate with video access into a mini compound. Step back in time as you enter the foyer and gallery hall and be awed by original details such as 12-foot ceilings and period chandeliers.


Russian Hill | 1717 Mason Street, San Francisco | Listed by Michelle Long & Rachel Swann

San Francisco view with St. Peter Paul Church, Coit Tower and the bay

This iconic Russian Hill property has stunning views from every residence. This trophy building is one that is rarely seen in the SF real estate market. The building boasts eight residences of which six are remodeled, luxury homes, including two posh penthouses with a roof deck/pent-room office and one newly constructed unit that overlooks the garden.


Pacific Heights | 3075 Pacific Avenue, San Francisco | Listed by Neal Ward and Butch Haze

Modernist kitchen all white with built-ins

Crisp lines, soaring volume, and natural light define this stunning modernist home in prime Pacific Heights. The iconic property, built-in 1949, is noted for its clean facade with a floor-to-ceiling wall of glass. 


North Beach | 1723-1727 Stockton Street, San Francisco | Listed by Brian Leung & Jeremy Lee

Stockton Street SF Victorian row of houses

1723-27 Stockton Street is a multifamily property with six (6) legal units and one (1) non-conforming ADU located in the North Beach submarket. The property is minutes away from the Financial District and surrounded by some of the city’s best dining and bar options, making it highly desirable to young professionals.


North Beach | 588-592 Chestnut Street Unit 590, San Francisco | Listed by Dixie Hurst

Modernist white kitchen with quartz countertops

This North Beach flat has been tastefully renovated from top to bottom with high end appliances, new hardwood flooring, quartz countertops, luxurious bathrooms, and 11-foot ceilings. Enjoy outside city views of Coit Tower, Transamerica pyramid, and Saints Peter and Paul Church from the large bright bay windows.


Hayes Valley | 537 Oak Street, San Francisco | Listed by Rachel Swann

Livingroom in vistorian house with arched window

Perched on the top floor of a detached Victorian building, this spacious full floor view residence in a boutique 3-unit building is one block from the heart of Hayes Valley. The residence features a masterful mix of vintage and modern amenities, abundant natural light, views of SF City Hall and Downtown and soaring ceilings!


Noe Valley | 625 Duncan Street, San Francisco | Listed by Steve Wu

Open livingspace with vaulted ceilings and view of downtown SF

Perched against the Duncan Street hillside on a double lot, this palatial masterpiece overlooks San Francisco from Twin Peaks to the illustrious skyscrapers of downtown.


Nob Hill | 1317 Hyde Street Unit 1, San Francisco | Listed by Lori Docherty

SF house with Edwardian facade

This picture perfect pied-a-terre features exquisite period details and modern luxury in the heart of Nob Hill. The 6-unit Edwardian building is impeccably well maintained and exudes the Old World Charm and architectural details of a bygone era. 


Mission | 2412 Harrison Street Unit 212, San Francisco | Listed by Patrick Lowell & David Bucci

Open living space with glass walls

Ideal for foodies, this home is just steps from many of the best restaurants and cafes in The Mission, including Flour & Water, Trick Dog, Tartine Manufactory, San Ho Won, Atlas Cafe, Bon Nene, Sightglass Coffee, True Laurel, Foreign Cinema, and Lost Resort. Head two blocks to Mission Cliffs for a workout. Grocery shopping at Gus’ Market is just 3 blocks away. This central location has a Walkscore of 98. Lyft bike sharing is in front of the building. Welcome to the New Mission!

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