Presidio Heights
Homes for Sale

Where palatial estates actually are palatial estates. Le Petit Trianon, to name just one. Notable homes by notable San Francisco architects like Bernard Maybeck, Ernest Coxhead, Julia Morgan, William F. Knowles, and Willis Polk. Walk north to the Presidio  & Golden Gate National Recreation Area. Shop a few blocks south in Laurel Village. Life is good.

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Our Current Selection of Presidio Heights Homes for Sale

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Recently Sold Listings in Presidio Heights

$1,641,500 | 2, 3, 1
MLS# 424014330
New condo Edwardian style 2 Bedroom with ensuite baths plus den, decorative fireplace, hardwood floors high ceiling 3 new baths garden extra rooms down. Extensively remodeled with marble counters and Ann Sacks tile in baths, designer bath fixatures, including freestanding...
$1,625,000 | 3, 2, 1
MLS# 424010885
Gorgeous large full floor 3 bedroom, 2 bath flat, with walk-out landscaped garden. Granite kitchen counters, custom cabinets, refinished hardwood floors, high coved ceilings, remodeled bathrooms, fresh paint, beautiful architectural details, one car parking. Short walk to Sacramento and Clement...
Single Family Home
$4,100,000 | 4, 2, 1
MLS# 424025345
This wonderful Presidio Heights Home has been in the same family for decades and has unbelievable potential for the future. The 4 Bedrooms and 2.5 bathrooms on 4 levels are just the beginning. Enter through the front door to a...

More About Presidio Heights

Presidio Heights made headlines in 2017 when one of its private streets was auctioned off to the highest bidder after taxes weren’t paid for 10-plus years. Awkward! The residents of Presidio Terrace got their street back when the City rescinded the auction sale, but those buyers are suing the City to rescind the rescission. Got that?

But that’s not all that Presidio Heights is known for. It’s a neighborhood of grand-scale homes, where prominent local politicians rub elbows with their maybe-not-so-famous neighbors.


Lincoln Golf Course in Presidio Park

View of Presidio Heights

Presidio Park Walkways


Presidio Heights Neighborhood Vibe

Sum it up like this: swanky, understated, and quintessentially San Francisco. Upscale shopping options are plentiful in Laurel Village and on Sacramento Street, and urban outdoor athletes love to take advantage of the Presidio. Just inside the Presidio, Julius Kahn playground awaits the little ones.


Popular Presidio Heights Home Styles

The cream of the crop: a Who’s Who of Famous San Francisco Architects designed some of the stately homes in Presidio Heights — Bernard Maybeck, Ernest Coxhead, Julia Morgan, William F. Knowles, and Willis Polk, to name a few. Many of the grand homes have been divided into condominiums over time, but single-family homes still abound.


Getting Around in Presidio Heights

A couple of bus lines skirt the neighborhood, and drivers who commute to downtown should dedicate a chunk of time in the morning to wrestle with traffic. Commuters to the North Bay have a relatively easy approach to the Golden Gate Bridge, but people traveling south or across the Bay Bridge will spend some time cooling their heels in traffic getting across town.


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Presidio Heights Real Estate Market Trends

Median Sales Price

Median sales price is calculated based on sold data and doesn’t account for seller concessions. Median price represents the point at which half of the homes sold for more and half sold for less. In smaller neighborhoods like many of those found in San Francisco, this metric is less likely to be influenced by extremely high or low sales prices that don’t represent the typical neighborhood home.

Days on Market

Days on Market indicates how quickly or slowly homes are selling in the neighborhood. The lower the days on market (DOM), the stronger the market is for sellers, all other things being equal.

Number of Active Listings

The number of homes available for sale in active status at the end of a given month. Fewer homes available for sale may indicate a seasonal trend or market dynamics that favor a seller more than a buyer.

Sales Price Compared to List Price

In strong or balanced markets, homes in San Francisco typically sell over asking. In a buyer’s market, homes will sell at list price or slightly under. If a home has had price reductions, the calculation is based on the last listed price.

Price per Square Foot

Price per square foot is most useful when the homes are almost identical in size, age, layout and other factors important to buyers. Our experience suggests it is a more valuable metric in larger condo buildings and less valuable for homes in neighborhoods built with a diverse selection of styles, sizes, and ages.


Why Choose Jackson Fuller


Awards, Accolades, and Recognition

We’re proud of the recognition we’ve earned for excellence in San Francisco real estate representation.

Our broker, Matt Fuller, is a recognized thought leader, white paper author, and media consultant for the real estate industry. He has served as the President of the San Francisco Association of Realtors and the Director of the California Association of Realtors.

We are members of the Top Agent Network, San Francisco’s premier community for the top ten percent of local real estate agents.

We’ve received numerous industry certifications including Certified International Property Specialist (CIPS), Graduate of REALTOR Institute (GRI), and National Association of REALTOR (NAR) Fair Housing.


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    Presidio Heights FAQs

    Where is Presidio Heights?

    Presidio Heights is an exceptionally affluent and elegant neighborhood bordered by the Presidio National Park to the north, Laurel Heights to the south, Pacific Heights to the east and the Inner Richmond to the west. Sacramento Street is the neighborhood shopping corridor, with additional shops along California Street and nearby Clement Street. On an SFAR (San Francisco Association of Realtors) MLS (add internal link) map, Presidio Heights is identified as neighborhood 7C.

    Are there any notable historical landmarks or sites in Presidio Heights?

    Serene, tree-lined Presidio Heights is home to a graceful collection of homes noteworthy for their architecture or historic ownership, including the Tudor-inspired 1909 Roos House, designed by Bernard Maybeck. Other early San Francisco architects like George Applegarth and Julia Morgan completed commissions for some of the city’s most successful residents in Presidio Heights. The neighborhood also borders the Presidio, a remarkable 1,500-acre national park known for its spectacular views and extensive recreational features.

    What is there to do in Presidio Heights?

    Take in some of the city’s best views while getting in your 10,000 daily steps at the Lyon Street Stairs. Presidio Heights offers a bit of Disney magic at The Walt Disney Family Museum, which presents an inspirational journey through the life and legacy of the celebrated animator. On the border of Presidio Heights and Pacific Heights is the Swedenborgian Church, the only Catholic Church in San Francisco designated as a National Historic Landmark. Finally, don’t miss the Andy Goldsworthy Wood Line, a 1,200-foot sculpture made of eucalyptus branches claimed from the Presidio’s program to rejuvenate the park’s forest.

    How does the community vibe in Presidio Heights contribute to its real estate appeal?

    Affluent and exclusive estates on large lots with views of the Golden Gate Bridge and the Presidio Parklands define the neighborhood’s real estate vibe. Residents love the historic homes, quiet atmosphere, abundant shopping along California and Sacramento Streets, and easy access to both Marin County and downtown San Francisco.
    Where can I find new construction in Presidio Heights?

    Like many San Francisco neighborhoods, Presidio Heights was completed long ago. Infill development on smaller lots and redevelopment of smaller buildings into larger, multi-unit developments do occur throughout the neighborhood, with buildings along Sacramento and California Streets offering prime opportunities. Along the southwest side of the neighborhood, the California Pacific Medical Campus will be repurposed and redeveloped into residential use in a mix of architectural styles. The former Laurel Heights campus of the University of California San Francisco is also slated for redevelopment into a residential and mixed-use community with a park-like setting.

    What are the average home prices in Presidio Heights, and how have they trended over time?

    Scroll up to see our market charts showing current neighborhood prices and other real estate trends for Presidio Heights. These charts are updated dynamically as new data becomes available. Reach out to us to learn more about prices, trends, and possibilities in Presidio Heights.

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