Sea Cliff

Welcome to Sea Cliff

A reminder of San Francisco’s multifaceted landscape.

Seacliff is a neighborhood built on and into some parts of a cliff overlooking the beautiful Pacific Ocean. Away from the hustle and bustle of the city center, Sea Cliff offers a pristine serenity of sea breeze among its wandering streets. The area is a place for having a home in the city but staying connected to nature and all the beauty of the views of the bridge and beach.

The Neighbors

Sea Cliff’s residents consist of a mixture of families, professionals, retirees and beach lovers. Home to celebrities, old money, new money, financiers, and people with ‘homes around the world,’ the views and prestige draws people in.

What to Expect

Sea Cliff itself technically covers a larger area of the city than just the main residential area. Land's End, Sutro Baths, the Legion of Honor museum, and other attractions are lumped into the neighborhood. Many of the Sea Cliff homes are concentrated in the east part of the neighborhood.

The Lifestyle

Palm trees, Spanish tile roofing, and red-bricked porches are common sights along the road, and throughout the neighborhood.

Unexpected Appeal

Sea Cliff was founded in 1913 as one of San Francisco's eight master-planned residence parks, or "garden suburbs." What was originally intended to be merely a reprieve from city life has transformed into one of 21st century San Francisco's most elite neighborhoods thanks in part to the proximity to the ocean.

The Market

Weaving through the streets of Sea Cliff neighborhood is like walking through a surreal museum of lavish homes. Most of the Sea Cliff homes are of Spanish, Mediterranean, or the city's signature Victorian design. Homes here sell on average for $3.66 million. That's well above San Francisco's median home value of $1.39 million.

You’ll Fall in Love With

You’ll fall in love with how clean and green this area of San Francisco is, as well as it’s peace and quiet serene feeling. The layout of the residential streets is indeed reminiscent of suburban design — the streets and sidewalks were narrower than what you would find in a city setting, and trees were symmetrically lined along the roads.


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