Telegraph Hill
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Tourists flock to WPA murals that grace a monument to firefighters while parrots flock to whatever neighborhood park feels nice. Looking for a front row seat to sunrises and sunsets on the San Francisco Bay from your own slice of the hill? You’ve arrived, so sit back and enjoy the show.

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    North Waterfront From Telegraph Hill

    Bay Bridge From Telegraph Hill

    Greenwich Steps Climb On Telegraph Hill


    Telegraph Hill Neighborhood Vibe

    Many homes in Telegraph Hill have unobstructed water views of the San Francisco Bay, including Alcatraz and Treasure Island. If you are looking for nightlife, restaurants, and shopping you’ll find all of that a short walk away in the surrounding neighborhoods. Telegraph Hill homes begin at expensive, and prices quickly go north. Homes with exceptional views or historic pedigrees can easily list for millions of dollars.


    Popular Telegraph Hill Home Styles

    Telegraph Hill is a neighborhood that is “gently dense” with mixed-use buildings and mid-rise construction defining the neighborhood. If you’re looking for a modern condo building, this isn’t the neighborhood to be searching in.


    Getting Around in Telegraph Hill

    Bring your feet, a bicycle, or a car. Muni bus lines are the primary public transit option in the neighborhood, although downtown is easily within walking distance (as long as you don’t mind the walk uphill when you return at the end of the day).


    Our Current Selection of Telegraph Hill Homes for Sale

    New Multi-Unit
    $1,650,000 | 6, 0, 2
    MLS# 424007746
    Amazing North Beach location! This 4-units needs TLC. A bonus room and a full bath(not warranted)in the garage. Great potential and upside on rent. Close to Chinatown, shops, restaurants,Financial District and public transportation. Inspection report and termite report on file.
    New Multi-Unit
    5 or More Unit
    $13,500,000 | 0, 0, 0
    MLS# 423911661
    1350 Stockton Street is a 105-unit mixed-use property in the Chinatown/North Beach District of San Francisco. The property is a mix of six (6) retail units on the ground floor, and ninety-nine (99) single room occupancy (SRO) units. The residential...
    $1,998,000 | 3, 2, 2
    MLS# 424008140
    Discover the best of San Francisco living in the heart of Telegraph Hill at 475 Lombard, a tranquil seven-unit elevator building. This boutique residence offers a peaceful retreat within walking distance of premier restaurants and shopping in North Beach and...

    Recently Sold Listings in Telegraph Hill

    $1,500,000 | 2, 2, 1
    MLS# 423922980
    First time on the market since 1985. Full-floor view condominium in 4-unit HOA. Living room, with fireplace, opens to deeded deck. Formal dining room, office area & updated kitchen. Public rooms have hardwood floors, are spacious, and great for entertaining....
    Tenancy In Common
    $1,260,000 | 2, 1, 1
    MLS# 423923457
    San Francisco's timeless allure beckons in this stylish top-floor, two-bedroom, one-bathroom flat perched on a peaceful cul-de-sac in Telegraph Hill. A perfect city home or delightful pied-a-terre, this refined residence features a huge exclusive-use rooftop deck with panoramic views of...
    $1,100,000 | 2, 2, 1
    MLS# 423919024
    Sitting at the crest of Vallejo Street on Telegraph Hill, this condominium checks all of the boxes. It has been tastefully remodeled and is located on a quiet block while being convenient to all of the activities Telegraph Hill and...

    More About Telegraph Hill

    On the northeast corner of San Francisco, above the North Waterfront neighborhood, you’ll find the imposing presence of Telegraph Hill, recognized across the globe for Coit Tower, a monument to firefighters that rises 210 feet above the hill.

    Telegraph Hill is bounded by an area defined by Vallejo Street on the south, Sansome on the east, Francisco to the north and Powell Street and Columbus Avenue to the west, where the neighborhood abuts the bustling and busy North Beach neighborhood. Muni bus lines are the primary public transit option in the neighborhood, although downtown is easily within walking distance (as long as you don’t mind the walk uphill when you return at the end of the day).

    The area was originally called Loma Alta (“High Hill”) by the Spaniards, followed by Goat Hill, and then arrived at its current moniker in the 1800s when a semaphore was constructed in the area to signal to the rest of the city the type of ships entering our beloved bay.

    The Filbert Steps are well-known for the gardens that meander down to Levi Plaza. Today, Telegraph Hill is also famous for its flock of wild parrots that are the topic of a 2003 book and subsequent documentary entitled The Wild Parrots of Telegraph Hill.

    Telegraph Hill homes span a variety of price points, although homes with exceptional views can easily list for millions of dollars, and there are also a variety of housing styles available in the neighborhood, from historic buildings to more recent infill projects.

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