Nob Hill

The Comstock. Jones St. Drop-dead downtown views. Polk Street. When elegant begins to get a bit denser and estates become co-ops and full-floor penthouse homes, you’ll know you’ve crossed Van Ness and arrived in Nob Hill.

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Huntington Park and Grace Cathedral
Cable Car Nob Hill
Huntington Park with Pacific Union Club and Fairmont Hotel
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Neighborhood Vibe

Welcome to one of San Francisco’s most, well, San Francisco neighborhoods. Bordered to the south by California Street, Van Ness to the west, Broadway to the north, and Stockton to the east, Nob Hill is home to some of San Francisco’s earliest landmarks. You’ll find Grace Cathedral, the Pacific-Union Club, the Fairmont Hotel, and plenty of history in the neighborhood. Chinatown is on the eastern side of the neighborhood.

 

Popular Home Styles

Nob Hill is one of the few San Francisco neighborhoods in which you’ll find a smattering of stock co-ops. Single-family homes exist in the neighborhood, but there are probably more condominiums and co-ops than single-family homes. As this was one of San Francisco’s earlier neighborhoods, you’ll find a lot of Victorian and Edwardian homes. Depending on their location, some of the homes have dramatic downtown or San Francisco Bay views.

 

Getting Around

Nob Hill is a transit-rich environment, served by several bus lines. The Central Subway, well underway at this writing in late 2018, will (allegedly) open in 2021. It is also just a short walk from downtown, so depending on where your job is, walking isn’t completely out of the running (no pun intended) as a commute option. Cable cars also cross the neighborhood, but given their popularity with visitors, they don’t necessarily make the best transit choice for a daily commute.

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Neighborhood Homes for Sale

Tenancy In Common
$629,000 | 0, 1
MLS# 491721
Enchanting, free standing , Nob Hill Cottage tucked away in one of the most desirable neighborhoods of San Francisco. Main room with gas burning fireplace & beautiful hardwood floors. Exposed vaulted ceilings with skylight. Well designed kitchen has granite countertops...
Stock Cooperative
$2,195,000 | 2, 2
MLS# 490436
Incredible opportunity! This newly top of the line, remodeled open floor plan cooperative apartment is vacant, staged and move in ready. Apartment #5D is positioned on the building's sunny southwest corner with some views of the Golden Gate Bridge and...
5 - 15 Unit
$7,000,000
MLS# 490021
Well-maintained apartment building consisting of ten (10) one-bedrooms, three (3) 2-bedrooms, and two (2) three bedroom apartments. Located a few blocks from the Financial District residents have easy access to work and transportation throughout the city and a short walk...
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Recent Neighborhood Home Sales

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Condominium
$1,230,000 | 2, 2
MLS# 478431
1725 Washington Street #5 is in a boutique, 16-unit, elevator building, built in 2006 with many high-end finishes. This residence features an open floorplan with two-bedrooms, two-bathrooms, hardwood floors, gas fireplace, high-end kitchen including Viking appliances, washer and dryer. The...
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5 - 15 Unit
$3,225,000
MLS# 478548
Nob Hill most desirable location. Circa 1925 Construction. 10 units: 4 studio and 6-1 bedroom units with attached 6 car garage. Two tandem on Clay and two additional garages at back side alley parks 4 car tandem. Needs TLC. Heating...
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Condominium
$1,325,000 | 2, 2
MLS# 478136
Great location with tons of panache! Beautiful contemporary condo located in the Nob Hill/ Polk Gulch neighborhood. This bright and spacious condo offers a smart layout with well-designed separation of space. Features include a gas fireplace, gas stove, in unit...
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More About Nob Hill

Nob Hill is chock full of San Francisco history, although much of it was wiped out in the earthquake and fire of 1906. Many of the storied mansions, built by the City’s early millionaires, were destroyed in the fire. Still standing today: the Fairmont Hotel and the Flood Mansion, which now operates as the Pacific-Union Club. Swanky hotels were built in place of many of the destroyed mansions.

Nob Hill today is still a deluxe address, with many exclusive condo and stock co-op buildings providing large luxury homes. Perched high on the hill, many homes in this area have stunning views. It’s a dense, quite urban neighborhood, but with few high-rises (mainly hotels), it still feels approachable and somewhat inviting.

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