Sea Cliff Neighborhood Vibe
Often foggy, always fancy, Sea Cliff means quiet streets lined by stately homes on huge (for SF) lots. Sunny days provide stunning views to the north of the Golden Gate Bridge and the Marin Headlands. Manicured front lawns mean the homes are set back from the street a bit — a rare treat in our city. It’s one of San Francisco’s eight master-planned “residence parks,” with large public green spaces for residents and visitors alike.
Popular Sea Cliff Home Styles
With only about a dozen streets within its swanky borders, Sea Cliff was built in the early 20th century with large homes on large lots. Many are built in the Spanish Mediterranean style with stucco facades and terracotta roofs. Single-family homes predominate, although there are a few condominiums just inside the neighborhood boundaries.
Getting Around in Sea Cliff
The 1-California bus skirts the southern border of the neighborhood. But let’s get real. If you live in Sea Cliff, you’ll have a couple of cars in the garage and rely on them to get around.