The residential crowd is made up of…affluent and established families, including empty nesters whose children are now grown as well as couples with young families who love being close to the Presidio, ocean, golf course, and nearby parks.
The community vibe is…upscale, exclusive, elegant, family-friendly, and active.
The lifestyle offered is…
The neighborhood is quiet and peaceful with beautiful views and incredible outdoor activities. It borders the Presidio with miles of hiking and biking trails, a golf course, tennis courts, wonderful playgrounds, and gorgeous views.
The most popular building type you’ll find is…
Sea Cliff and Presidio Heights are made up almost exclusively of large, gorgeous luxury single-family homes with a few condominium and apartment buildings interspersed within the neighborhoods. There are various styles including Georgian- and Tuscan-style mansions, Victorians, Edwardians, and more; but they are mostly traditional homes with only a few contemporary or mid-century homes in the area.
The average home price is…
The average sale price of a single family home in Presidio Heights for 2015 is approximately $6,850,000 with there being fewer than 15 homes that have sold on the open market.
To find the average price of homes in Sea Cliff, we must divide the neighborhood into two areas to give an accurate picture of value. In the area of Sea Cliff that winds along the cliff with mostly detached large homes on larger lots and views of the Pacific Ocean, Golden Gate Bridge, and Marin Headlands, the average price of a single-family home for 2015 is $5,358,000. In the area of Sea Cliff referred to as “the avenues of Sea Cliff,” where the homes are attached and on smaller lots, the average price of a single-family home for 2015 is $2,200,000.
The area’s greatest highlight is…
In Presidio Heights, there is the Presidio with all its trails, playgrounds and beautiful greenery, plus high-end restaurants and shops along Sacramento Street. In Sea Cliff, it’s the Land’s End Trail, beaches along the Pacific Ocean and iconic views of the Golden Gate Bridge, Marin Headlands, and the Pacific Ocean.
The area’s best driving-distance getaways are…
There are so many incredible destinations to choose from including wine country, Lake Tahoe, Monterey and Carmel, small coastal towns to the north and south, and Marin County just over the Golden Gate.
The best spots to dine fancily are…Spruce, Nico, Garibaldi’s, Presidio Social Club, and Chapeau.
The best spots to find entertainment are…jazz clubs, live music venues on Fillmore Street, fun bars and lounges on Geary and Clement streets, foreign film cinemas, and nearby museums.
The best spots to go shopping are…Sacramento Street shops and restaurants, Laurel Village and the diverse shops of Clement Street, plus nearby Fillmore Street shops and restaurants as well.
The best places to tee off are…Presidio Golf Course and Lincoln Park Golf Course.