One of the most picturesque walking neighborhoods in San Francisco, Pacific Heights survived the 1907 earthquake and visitors were welcomed to the area by way of the first cable cars. Who wouldn’t want to stay after seeing the view from the top of Alta Plaza Park?
Whether you are taking in the shops on Fillmore Street or enjoying the view while running the steps of Lyon Street. Much of the stunningly beautiful architecture is matched by the significant contribution to city life and culture of its residents.
From Danielle Steel’s historical Spreckles Mansion to 2640 Steiner Street featured in Ms. Doubtfire, Pacific Heights houses some of the most influential people of our day and its homes have been featured in an array of sitcoms and Oscar winning films.
Architecturally, Pacific Heights is known for its historic Queen Anne-style Victorian Haas-Lilienthal House but in the past ten years many remodeled homes have infused the area with a more modern aesthetic.
Single to starting a family, you will find top performing schools, stunning destinations for worship, places to mingle, and of course, Fillmore street for summer festivals and more.
Shake it Up
The Social Study creates a relaxed and warm vibe for locals and out of town visitors. Movies are projected on the beautiful brick wall nightly and the best in hip hop, R&B, soul, funk, and classic jams play all night long.
Salt and Straw
Pacific Heights has its own micro climate so when much of the city is hidden in fog – Salt & Straw is serving up ice cream in “slightly” warmer weather!
Run the Lyon Street steps, Yoga at IO then grab coffee and you might still have time to check you IG feed before some of the best shops on Fillmore open.