Potrero Hill

Meet Potrero Hill, where you can check out but you can never really leave. Sunny weather, jaw-dropping views of the downtown skyline and San Francisco Bay. Friendly, charming, and filled with more than you’d expect, it’s a hill unto itself.

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View From Potrero Hill
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Potrero Hill Neighborhood Vibe

A neighborhood unto itself, defined to the west by the 101 freeway and the east by I-280. Neighborhood shops cluster along 20th Street and also around the intersection of 16th St. and De Haro, with restaurants and additional shops and stores sprinkled throughout the neighborhood. A Whole Foods Market can be found on the northwest side of the neighborhood.

 

Popular Potrero Hill Home Styles

Homes in Potrero Hill are a mix of single-family homes, condos, and tenancies-in-common in small to large buildings. Homes are often attached to each other, and lots are typically 25 feet wide. Styles range from perfectly preserved Victorian to modern minimalist.

 

Getting Around in Potrero Hill

Freeway access to I-280 and the 101 is convenient, making Potrero popular with Silicon Valley vehicle commuters. Several bus lines serve the neighborhood. There is no Muni light rail train service, but the 3rd Street light rail in the Dogpatch may be a practical walk, depending on your starting location. South Bay commuters also enjoy the Caltrain stop at 22nd St.

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Neighborhood Homes for Sale

Condominium
$1,325,000 | 2, 2
MLS# 482148
Residence #203 at the Onyx offers an efficient, open floor-plan with clean, up-scale aesthetics in a 20-unit marquee luxury building in Potrero Hill. The home features wide plank European rustic oak floors with radiant heating; a high-gloss modern chef's kitchen...
Condominium
$1,159,000 | 3, 2
MLS# 481642
Modern, three-bedroom, two-bath, semi-attached, updated home with captivating bay views and located in a spectacular and covetable Potrero Hill location! The flat opens to an open floor with a gourmet kitchen, living/dining area, fireplace, and all embraced with gleaming wood...
Single-Family Home
$4,595,000 | 4, 3
MLS# 481962
This 4 bedroom / 3.5 bath new construction house enjoys incredible views of downtown from every level. 5-zone radiant heat throughout, wide-plank Italian oak hardwood flooring, and electric car charging station & solar-ready roof are just a few examples of...
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More About Potrero Hill

Potrero Hill has a reputation for being one of the sunnier and warmer San Francisco neighborhoods. Neighborhood residents love the neighborhood’s “self-contained” feel, while some potential buyers may be turned off by its “island-in-the-city” feel, particularly given how the 101 freeway and I-280 serve as neighborhood boundaries on the east and west sides of Potrero Hill. Depending on your location in the neighborhood, you may have spectacular Bay or downtown views.

 

The Potrero Hill neighborhood is a mix of single family homes, condominiums in large and small buildings, and TICs. Homes are often attached to each other, and are usually situated on 25′ wide lots. Housing styles range from classic Victorian to modern minimalist. There are several large condominium developments in the neighborhood, including Potrero Mews and The Potrero.

 

Potrero Hill is a neighborhood unto itself, physically separated on the west by the 101 freeway and the east by the I-280 freeway. 18th Street is the commercial center of the area, and there is a good cluster of neighborhood shops along 20th Street and also around the intersection of 16th St. and De Haro, with restaurants and additional shops and stores sprinkled throughout the neighborhood. A Whole Foods Market can be found on the northwest side of the neighborhood.

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