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.

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Conservatory of Flowers in Golden Gate Park

The Richmond Neighborhood

De Young Museum in Golden Gate Park

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Inner Richmond Neighborhood Vibe

Not quite Ocean Beach, definitely not Pacific Heights. Geary St. and Clement St. run through the neighborhood. Many pedestrians dislike the high volume of traffic carried on Geary St., but Clement St. is a much more mellow commercial corridor that offers plenty of cafes, restaurants, and boutiques.

 

Popular Inner Richmond Home Styles

Larger single-family homes on standard San Francisco (25′ wide) lots are typical. Most of the homes are attached or semi-attached to their neighbors. Condos and tenancies-in-common can be found throughout the Inner Richmond, and tend to be located in smaller buildings, although there have been some in-fill developments of slightly larger condo projects.

 

Getting Around the Inner Richmond

The 38-Geary is the major bus line that traverses the neighborhood. Buses are often crowded, though, so if you need your space this might not be the best line for you. There are additional lines along California St. and elsewhere that provide other options, but the neighborhood is not served by light rail. If you need to commute to the North Bay, access to the Golden Gate Bridge via car is relatively painless.

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Neighborhood Homes for Sale

Single-Family Home
$2,595,000 | 4, 3
MLS# 506443
Bright, airy Victorian featuring great spaces for working and schooling from home, exercising, entertaining and relaxing. Just a few blocks from Clement Street and Golden Gate Park, this home offers lovely architectural details, spacious living and dining rooms, and well-equipped...
Single-Family Home
$2,195,000 | 4, 2
MLS# 506273
Beautiful large-scale traditional Inner Richmond home in impeccable move-in condition opens to huge level garden, steps to Golden Gate Park. 2003 extensive attention-to-detail renovation on all levels--without taking away the original 1913 architectural charm, yet creating a floor plan that...
Condominium
$595,000 | 1, 1
MLS# 506086
Absolutely charming top floor condominium in a highly desirable Inner Richmond location, 595 12th Ave #11 retains its character from times past, yet offers everything one could need for San Francisco living. This wonderful space features 1 bedroom, one bathroom,...
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More About the Inner Richmond

The Inner Richmond is bounded by Arguello to the east and Park Presidio to the west, California Street on the north, and Fulton Street/Golden Gate Park on the south. The weather in the Inner Richmond is often a bit warmer and less foggy than its neighbors to the west – the Central & Outer Richmond. If being close to Golden Gate Park is an important priority in your housing search, the Inner Richmond is definitely a neighborhood to consider.

Inner Richmond homes tend to be larger single-family homes on standard San Francisco (25′ wide) lots. Most of the homes are attached or semi-attached to their neighbors. Condos and tenancies-in-common can be found throughout the Inner Richmond, and tend to be located in smaller buildings, although there have been some in-fill developments of slightly larger condo projects.

Inner Richmond residents have two major shopping corridors nearby: Geary and Clement. Some pedestrians are turned off by the high volume of traffic carried on Geary, but Clement is a much more mellow commercial corridor that offers plenty of cafes, neighborhood bars, restaurants, and shops.

The 38-Geary is the major bus line that bisects the neighborhood. Buses are often crowded, though, so if you need your space this might not be the best line for you. There are additional lines along California St. and elsewhere that provide other options, but the neighborhood is not served by light rail. If you need to commute to the North Bay, access to the Golden Gate Bridge via car is relatively painless.

 

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