About Lower Pacific Heights
Current Prices: $775,000 to $7,750,000
Closed Prices: $535,000 to $13,000,000
Median Sale Price: $1,445,000
Average $ per sq ft: $1100
Association Fee Ranges: $870.65 to $1196.94/quarter, $200 to $5769/mo, $0 to $865
Type: Attached Home (Condo, Townhouse, Loft, etc.), Single-Family Home
Age: 1870 to 2021
Sq. Ft.: 525 to 7254 Sq. Ft.
Bedrooms: 0 to 5 Bedrooms
Bathrooms: 0 to 7 Bathrooms
Getting Around Lower Pacific Heights
Around Lower Pacific Heights
Lower Pacific Heights is a pretty consistent neighborhood in terms of block by block appeal. But with steeper hills comes steeper prices for renters in the Presidio Avenue side of the neighborhood. Further south near Fillmore, you'll find more apartment buildings, as well as more foot and car traffic. This section of the neighborhood contains the nightlife and events that spontaneously pop up. If you prefer a serene and secluded environment then living up hill may be a better option.
The influx of both international and American tourists in the area has prompted many different restaurants that are found up and down Fillmore from Sacramento to Geary. The more upscale Italian and French restaurants can be found down south, while the casual and affordable cuisines like burgers, pizza, and stuffed burritos can be found further north of the neighborhood.
Lower Pacific Heights can seem overwhelmingly upscale at times with lavish homes and retail boutique shops. Most of the neighborhood consists of upper middle-class residents. You'll see plenty of high-end shopping and fine dining options throughout as well as locals taking strolls along the ever ascending hills as a regular activity.
Head over to Geary Street for a lively night out. Enjoy some great cocktails, locally crafted beers, and wine samples in one of the fine, classy lounges. Check out the many entertainment venues nearby that have everything like the latest indie rock to funk and jazz music as well as stand up comedy shows.
Tons of top-notch shopping options, scenic views, and a plethora of coffee shops makes any Sunday in Lower Pacific Heights fun. Down Divisadero Street you can find a slew of bookstores to peruse, antique shops with rare goods, and a large amount of clothing stores that range from vintage to the newest and latest fashion trends.
- Great dining options
- Affordable parking
- Abundant shopping options
Locals Don't Love
- Rising rent
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