San Francisco Real Estate Blog


One Stanyan

Completed in 2019, One Stanyan is home to 13 residences in the Lone Mountain neighborhood. Notable features of the building include a very walkable location surrounded by shopping, restaurants, and bars. Homes are available in one-bedroom + den, two-bedroom (some with a den), and three-bedroom layouts. Building amenities include a shared…

300 Cornwall

Built in 2013, 300 Cornwall is home to six residences in the Inner Richmond neighborhood of San Francisco. Home sizes at 300 Cornwall begin at about 1,300 square feet and range up to about 2,400 square feet. Homes are available in two-bedroom and three-bedroom layouts. There are no building amenities.  …

Sea Cliff

No joke, Robin Williams once called the neighborhood home. Sea Cliff is synonymous with stately estates on larger lots. Land’s End Park is at your doorstep. Panoramic vistas of the Pacific Ocean, Marin Headlands, and the Golden Gate Bridge.

Lone Mountain

Charming single-family homes on streets that made sense before the University of San Francisco left its footprint on the neighborhood. The most charming circular street you’ll ever meet (hello, Ewing Terrace). Discontiguous streets and student life just north of the North Panhandle.

Lake Street

A thin sliver of streets as north as you can be on the west side of town without being in the Presidio. Compared to the Richmond, you’ll generally find larger homes on shorter streets with select homes opening up to back-door Presidio access. West Clay is an exclusive enclave of special homes within a special […]

Laurel Heights

Laurel Heights: east of Jordan Park and south of that ridiculous parking lot behind Laurel Village where you can loop infinitely while seeking parking. Across the street from Presidio Heights, and so much more than the UCSF campus and a strip mall. With so much nearby, why drive when you could walk?

Jordan Park

Across the street from Presidio Heights, with spacious lots and manicured front yards. Close to Laurel Village shops with everything you need in the neighborhood, approximately equidistant from the Embarcadero and Ocean Beach when you’re ready for a change of scenery.

Central Richmond

What used to be rolling sand dunes as far as the eye can see is now an orderly neighborhood of tidy homes. Views of the Golden Gate Bridge are a welcome surprise from the lucky parts. Proximity to the park appeals to those with canines and kids.

The Alexandria | 369 18th Ave.

At the site of the former Alexandria Theater, this 2018 building is home to 43 residences at 369 18th Ave. in the Richmond neighborhood of San Francisco. Home sizes at The Alexandria include one-bedroom homes, one-bedroom + den homes, and two-bedroom homes. Building amenities include bike storage and an elevator.   Developer: Time Space Group…

Outer Richmond

Fog-cooled Outer Richmond beckons those who want to make a sleepier corner of the City home. The Cliff House, Sutro Baths, and Lands End are nearby iconic San Francisco landmarks. Welcome home, surfers, dog walkers, beachcombers, and lovers of Golden Gate Park.

Inner Richmond

Barely west of Laurel Village and Jordan Park. Very east of Ocean Beach. It’s not a transitional neighborhood, it’s the Inner Richmond. Delightful shops on Clement Street and a surprisingly central location. But no Muni light rail.