Welcome to San Francisco
A world-famous city with world-class dining, shopping, and properties
With perhaps the most iconic California skyline, San Francisco is beloved by all who visit and live here. San Francisco is home to the highest number of billionaires per capita, an extraordinarily walkable cityscape, and access to many green spaces in and around the city. The area is known for its hilly geography, iconic Golden Gate Bridge, cable cars, and colorful Victorian houses, seamlessly blending its distinctive history and the rising tide of scientific advancements from the booming tech industry.
San Francisco instills deep loyalty in long-time residents, and many say they can't imagine living anywhere else. With great diversity in cultures, foods, and neighborhoods alongside gorgeous landscapes and destinations for lovely day trips, it’s no wonder this community is a highly sought-after real estate market.
What to Love
- Luxury homes, condos, and townhouses with close proximity to world-class dining and shopping
- Thriving economy and a variety of jobs in multiple sectors
- Top-notch recreational activities in local national forests, waterways, and parks
People and Lifestyle
San Francisco has a diverse and world-reaching population, but local homebuyers, in particular, tend to be extremely affluent, active, and successful individuals. With housing prices being what they are, many homebuyers are high-earners in the tech, bioengineering, or finance industries.
As almost every SF resident can agree on is their love for nature, green space, and recreational activities, this is the place to come if you enjoy hiking, kayaking, running, biking, and staying fit.
Dining, Entertainment, and Shopping
There is truly no shortage of wonderful dining experiences, entertainment venues, and world-class shopping destinations in San Francisco. Just a few of our can’t-miss dining selections include Rich Table, with its buzzy atmosphere in a salvaged barn serving fresh Californian fare, Greens, which offers fabulous views of the Golden Gate Bridge with an all-vegetarian menu, and The Buena Vista, serving up strong, beloved Irish coffees with delicious clam chowder right near the harbor.
Stop by Lazy Bear for New American cuisine and a casual atmosphere perfect for a night out with friends. Brenda’s French Soul Food offers classic comfort food including po’boys, hush puppies, and chicken etouffee. Sam Wo is an iconic Chinese restaurant in Chinatown with unbelievable noodle rolls — you won’t want to skip this one!
Enjoy Sotto Mare’s nautical decor and excellent seafood, State Bird Provisions’ delicious small plates and dim sum, and Tadich Grill — the oldest restaurant in San Francisco (dating back to 1849!) with a lively bar and delicious cioppino.
While you can shop all over the city at any major retailer, the Westfield San Francisco Centre is a 9-story mall with 170 shops and eateries, as well as a multiplex and atrium. Lower Nob Hill has luxury designer shops along Post Street such as Cartier, Gucci, Goyard, Chanel, and Dior.
Things To Do
Check out a Giants baseball game overlooking the harbor at Oracle Park, or pop down to Levi’s Stadium for a 49ers game. Take a kayak around the San Francisco Bay, or drive up to Sausalito for launch off to explore the harbor and northern city coves.
For a taste of artistry, visit the SF MOMA, one of the largest modern art museums in the country with a large number of revolving exhibits, or attend Outside Lands music festival for some of the top acts in the country during this 3-day October event.
Lounge or picnic at Mission Dolores or Golden Gate Park, and soak up the sun in two of the most beautiful city parks in the country. Golden Gate Park is also home to the world-renowned California Academy of Sciences, the tranquil Japanese Tea Gardens, and the oldest glass and wood Victorian greenhouse in the western hemisphere, where more than 800 live butterflies roam as you stroll through the home of over 10,000 plants.
Students in San Francisco have numerous outstanding educational opportunities at their fingertips. The area is served by the San Francisco Unified School District, which offers several highly-rated public schools, and the area’s robust private school catalog allows families to choose the right learning environment for their students.
A few of the area’s top private schools include: