Lower Pacific Heights

Historic cottage row, Fillmore Street shops, and Pacific Heights style, just down the hill a smidge. A vibrant neighborhood that blends the best of Western Addition and Pacific Heights with classic sprinkles of San Francisco history.

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Intersection of Fillmore and California
California St. at Webster Facing West
Japantown
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Lower Pacific Heights Neighborhood Vibe

Bounded by Geary and California, Gough and Presidio, Lower Pacific Heights isn’t quite as swanky as its neighbor to the north (Pacific Heights) — and that’s not a put-down. Japantown is a major draw to the neighborhood, and Fillmore and Divisadero streets serve up numerous shopping, eating, and drinking opportunities. The Fillmore Jazz Festival makes the already-bustling neighborhood even busier each July.

 

Popular Lower Pacific Heights Home Styles

Victorian homes line the leafy streets of Lower Pacific Heights, some single-family homes and some converted to condominiums over the years. Clustered around Fillmore Street, you’ll find larger condo buildings that were built more recently.

 

Getting Around in Lower Pacific Heights

Downtown commuters who rely on public transit appreciate the proximity of the 38-Geary Muni bus line that is just a short walk for neighborhood dwellers, as well as the other bus lines that serve the area. Pine (to the Pacific) and Bush (to the Bay) also traverse the neighborhood, offering a good option if you will be relying on your car to get you across town in either direction on a regular basis.

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Neighborhood Homes for Sale

Mixed Use
$4,700,000
MLS# 482444
Excellent 1031 exchange property in great SF location, selling at a 5% cap rate. This 4 unit 4,590 square foot, mixed-use property is located on the busy corner of Divisadero & Bush Streets. Comprised of one ground floor commercial space...
Single-Family Home
$1,998,000 | 4, 3
MLS# 482207
Semi-detached Lower Pacific Heights Victorian, upper level features 2 bedrooms and 1 bathroom, 10.5' ceilings and spacious rooms with many original details, huge undeveloped attic space which has a 13' peaked ceiling and views, marble bathroom with a jetted-tub, walk-out...
Condominium
$450,000 | 1, 1
MLS# 482263
Luxury retirement living at The Carlisle, in the heart of the City. Close to the Opera, Symphony, museums, and restaurants. Amenities include fine dining, weekly housekeeping and laundry, planned activities and outings, and car service. Common areas include a fitness...
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Recent Neighborhood Home Sales

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Single-Family Home
$1,920,000 | 3, 2
MLS# 479120
Enjoy life in your own piece of San Francisco history! This exquisite 1900's masterpiece by Maverick Design, is dripping w/ Victorian era detail, while enjoying the finer side of life w/ modern finishes throughout. This 3 bed 2 bath home...
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Single-Family Home
$5,750,000 | 4, 4
MLS# 478127
1735 Lyon Street is a magnificent ground-up transformation with meticulous attention to detail and a thoughtfully redesigned home for quintessential modern living. Sleek, elegant architecture shows in the modern designs and finishes from the dark oak flooring, impressive high-ceilings, and...
SOLD
Tenancy In Common
$1,095,000 | 3, 1
MLS# 477687
Gorgeous Victorian Flat in Prime Pacific Heights, delivered Vacant! 6 Spacious Rooms: 3 Bedrooms, Living Room, Large Renovated Bathroom & Eat-In Kitchen which opens on to a Private Deck. The Kitchen has been renovated and includes Stainless Appliances. Enjoy Bay...
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More About Lower Pacific Heights

Lower Pacific Heights is a San Francisco sub-district that flies underneath the radar of many, as it lacks (although it borrows heavily from) the name-brand cachet of the adjacent Pacific Heights neighborhood. Homes here rarely have a view, but Lower Pacific Heights is home to Japantown and is bordered by the busy Geary Street to the south.

 

Lower Pacific Heights is a relatively sunny neighborhood, and downtown commuters who rely on public transit appreciate the proximity of the 38-Geary Muni bus line that is just a short walk for neighborhood dwellers. Pine (to the Pacific) and Bush (to the Bay) also traverse the neighborhood, offering a good option if you will be relying on your car to get you across town in either direction on a regular basis.

 

Japantown offers a cluster of authentic (although some are more authentic than others, your mileage may vary) Japanese dining, shopping, and cultural experiences, and Fillmore Street offers additional options for restaurants, shopping boutiques, and great people-watching opportunities. Whether you are looking for a free-standing Italianate Victorian home or a recently constructed condominium in a mid-size building, Lower Pacific Heights offers a widely varied selection of homes for sale.

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