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San Francisco Russian Hill – Where History and Happy Hour Connect

Living on Russian Hill:
The twists and turns of Lombard Street attract tourists from all over the world but the lush tree-lined streets of Russian Hill help maintain the charm of this upscale community. Living on Russian Hill puts you in one of the most sophisticated neighborhoods in the city.

Many students from the Academy of Art University on Chestnut Street are inspired by the views from the Bay Bridge to Alcatraz and Golden Gate Bridge. Additionally, petite parks nestled at cross streets, tennis courts and wonderful dining on Hyde Street make it hard not to love Russian Hill.

Shop

Join the tourists and take the cable car down Hyde street or to Fisherman’s Wharf.

Sip and Savor

Intimate dining next to boutique shopping which is next to Za Pizza and the first Swensen’s ice cream shop.

Architectural Detail

Well appointed but not pretentious, the traditional architecture of Russian Hill and beautiful gardens keep this neighborhood at the top of the list for homebuyers.

Historical Highlights

Russian Hill is named after one of San Francisco’s 44 hills, and is one of the original “Seven Hills.” The name was inspired by settlers who discovered a small Russian cemetery at the top of the hill which was ultimately removed. Many Russian naval and merchant ships docked in San Francisco all the way back to the Gold Rush.

From piedàterre to the oldest Italiante Villa off Broadway street, connect with us to learn more about real estate trends and opportunities on Russian Hill.

Connect with us to learn more about real estate listings in Russian Hill or to discuss the value of your property here. We look forward to helping you with your real estate needs.

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