About Pacific Heights
Pacific Heights is an affluent community in San Francisco. This neighborhood is home to many notable personalities. The neighborhood has a park-like feel to it, and is one of the most scenic neighborhoods in the city whose residents enjoy views of the Golden Gate Bridge, Alcatraz, the Presidio, the Palace of Fine Arts, and the San Francisco Bay. The location is the primary reason why Pacific Heights is a highly sought after real estate gem.
Pacific Heights consists of prestigious buildings and regal mansions. The streets are elegant, neat and quiet. And those who drive by Pacific Heights cannot help but be in awe by its sheer grandeur and beauty.
Pacific Heights is the most luxurious neighborhood in San Francisco, with some residences selling for as much as $40,000,000. To complement the regal mansions, the neighborhood is home to many designer boutiques. You will find these designer shops along Fillmore Street. This spot is the go-to for residents seeking couture-label shopping. Meanwhile, LaFayette Park is the best place to go to for residents seeking to indulge in a green space and enjoy the views. This park has walking paths, a playground, a dog play area, and tennis courts. And yes, postcard views are yours to enjoy too!
Lower Pacific Heights
Lower Pacific Heights is a San Francisco neighborhood located between Pacific Heights, Fillmore District, Laurel Heights and Japantown. This neighborhood is also known as Upper Fillmore.
Lower Pacific Heights is classified as a middle-class neighborhood, geographically and socially speaking. Since the time of its development, the area where the neighborhood belongs to has been associated with the upscale and wealthy folks. In fact, the value of the properties in Lower Pacific Heights and this part of San Francisco escalated from the 1980s and the 1990s. It was also during this time wherein the area became less known as “Upper Fillmore” and was officially known as “Lower Pacific Heights”.
The central location of Lower Pacific Heights makes it an ideal place to live in for those seeking convenience in transport. Living in this neighborhood provides residents easy access to the urban center of San Francisco. Its proximity to Japantown, Geary Boulevard, and other major thoroughfares offer a diverse mix of restaurants, shops and business establishments to choose from. The architectural style of the homes in Lower Pacific Heights are dominated by Victorian styles that were built at the start of the 20th century. Despite the rise in median price for single-family homes in this neighborhood, the real estate value of this neighborhood is still high in demand.
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