Smarter Than A Realtor, Round 2

Posted On: May 9, 2019
By: Matt Fuller


San Francisco real estate podcast are you smarter than a realtor episode

In episode 78, Matt offered a few clues to see if Britton could figure out the SF neighborhood he was hinting at. Episodes 79 starts off with the reveal on the last neighborhood (although those of you that couldn’t wait probably already googled the answer). This week we offer 10+1 more clues to a San Francisco neighborhood.


[00:47] The mystery neighborhood from last week’s episode, Are You Smarter Than a Realtor, Neighborhood #1, is…Pacific Heights.


[01:20] Clue 1: One of the oldest bars in San Francisco, The Little Shamrock, is in this week’s neighborhood.


[02:01] Clue 2: Some say you can find the best Chinese chicken wings in the city in this neighborhood at the San Tung Chinese Restaurant.


[02:28] Clue 3: This is a neighborhood without a single park within its boundaries.


[02:46] Clue 4: However, it is a very park-adjacent neighborhood, including: Golden Gate Park, Grandview Park and J.P. Murphy Playground.


[03:18] Clue 5: When exploring this neighborhood you can easily have a seat in public, as the Public Bench Project started here.


[04:15] Clue 6: A well known worker-owned bakery cooperative, Arizmendi, opened their first location in San Francisco in this neighborhood.


[04:43] Clue 7: This neighborhood used to have a very famous video rental store – today it is a book store!


[05:26] Clue 8: World class scientific discoveries and trend-setting public health policy research comes from the institution, which also happens to be this neighborhood’s biggest employer – UCSF.


[06:00] Clue 9: If you are going to the Japanese Tea Garden, the Conservatory of Flowers, the de Young Museum, the California Academy of Sciences or the Bison Paddock, from this neighborhood, leave your car at home as walking will get you there quicker!


[06:45] Clue 10: The most heavily used light rail line in the city serves this neighborhood.


[07:11] And finally: Within the bounds of this neighborhood you will find, Alice Fong Yu School, the very first Chinese immersion public school in the country.


Tune in next week for the reveal!


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