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Cow Hollow is an affluent San Francisco neighborhood just south of the Marina District, between the Presidio and Russian Hill. Originally a tract of land used for dairy farming, Cow Hollow became home to many prominent San Franciscans as grazing land gave way to Victorian mansions and dignified Edwardian homes in the late 1800s. Over the years, Cow Hollow has gradually transformed into the younger, hipper version of neighboring (and equally prosperous) Pacific Heights that it is today.
Cow Hollow is a friendly, livable neighborhood and a mecca for fashionable, well-off, young professionals. The commercial district, which runs along Union Street, is full of trendy shops and boutiques, spas and salons, restaurants, clubs, pubs, and nightspots. City bus service is readily available for commuters; and Highway 101, which runs along Lombard Street in the Marina/Cow Hollow neighborhood, is easily accessible.
Homes in Cow Hallow harken back to another time and place with a blend of grand Victorian, stately Edwardian, and bold art deco architecture. Single-family homes mingle with multi-family and mixed-use buildings; and all homes in Cow Hollow are within walking distance of shopping, dining, and entertainment.
Single-family homes in Cow Hollow, while not as pricey as neighboring Pacific Heights, tend to be on the expensive side, sometimes running into multi-million dollar properties. Condos and flats are more reasonable, offering a somewhat more affordable option to own a home in one of San Francisco's hippest, most fashionable neighborhoods.
Contact San Francisco Modern Realty, Cow Hollow Realtors, for assistance buying or selling a home or condominium in San Francisco's Cow Hollow neighborhood.