A rarefied community where Silicon Valley’s elite mingle with affluent families.
Presidio’s quiet streets are lined with grand, stately mansions that trade bay views for serenity, hiking trails, and a famed golf club.
Located just south of the Presidio, this immaculate neighborhood is mere steps away from some of San Francisco’s most alluring hiking trails and parks. Presidio Heights offers seclusion amid the hustle of the Bay Area.
A rarified-yet-muted family environment.
Historic mansions and large family homes brimming with charm line Presidio’s streets. This serene and exclusive neighborhood offers a plethora of luxurious and captivating residences.
Quiet and elegant, with a close proximity to shopping and dining.
Presidio’s residents are people who’ve worked hard to get to this neighborhood, so when locals go out, they have plenty of high-quality restaurants to choose from. However, if they do get tired of this selection, they walk over to Clement Street where shopping and dining options seem endless.
A high-end neighborhood removed from the buzz of the city.
It’s not the type of place that attracts high-profile residents looking for an active nightlife, but instead a preferred landing spot for city dwellers whose aim is to put down roots.
This neighborhood has more than its share of eight-figure homes and inventory can be hard to come by.
Presidio Heights is a place where eight-figure asking prices are not unusual and where the few sub-million dollar properties available are always one-bedroom condos. The “average” Presidio Heights home usually sells for upwards of $2 million. This does not mean that Presidio Heights is completely without condos or apartments; the Sacramento Street corridor has several multi-unit buildings. These apartments do command very high rents, guaranteeing that even those renting in Presidio Heights have done plenty of work to get there.
Opulence sans the buzz of a famous neighborhood.
Early mornings in the Presidio, watching the fog pass beneath the Golden Gate Bridge; quiet nights dining at Spruce and low-key after-work drinks at Garibaldi’s; all of these activities (and many more) will make you feel like you’ve found a secret enclave in which to spend your life.