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North Waterfront Real Estate

Defined by the geography of San Francisco, with the steep slopes of Telegraph Hill to the west and the waters of the San Francisco Bay to the north and east, North Waterfront is a small neighborhood with a big reputation. Home to the unabashedly touristy Fisherman’s Wharf and Pier 39, the North Waterfront is often the first stop for out of town visitors. A well kept secret, however, is that North Waterfront is also a neighborhood that locals may complain about but, in their heart-of-hearts, love to hate.

Hugging the coastline of the Bay, North Waterfront is a tourist mecca. It is also home to many San Franciscans who, despite the gaudy souvenir shops and gimmicky museums, enjoy the great views, fun dining options, proximity to Ferry Plaza, and handy public transportation that North Waterfront has to offer. Residents also appreciate the fact that downtown San Francisco and the Financial District are nearby – making the North Waterfront a great residential choice for city workers who are not interested in making a long commute.

Detached single-family homes in San Francisco’s North Waterfront neighborhood are few and far between, with townhomes, multi-family apartment buildings and condominiums dominating the real estate scene. Just steps from the MUNI, most North Waterfront condos and townhouses are close to stores, restaurants, and amenities; and many boast lovely views of the surrounding Bay.

Homes & Condos for sale in North Waterfront, San Francisco 

Homes and Condos for sale in North Waterfront January 20, 2022
1
Listed
7
Avg. DOM
$1,011.75
Avg. $ / Sq.Ft.
$1,550,000
Med. List Price
1 Property
$1,550,000
Subdivision: North Waterfront
2
Beds
2
Baths
1,532
Sq.Ft.
1983
Year Built
8
Days on Site
422620043
MLS
Beautifully remodeled residence at the prestigious 101 Lombard complex. This pristine home has a tastefully remodeled open kitchen, office area, and private terrace from where you can watch the...

North Waterfront Neighborhood Real Estate

Real estate in San Francisco’s North Waterfront comes in a variety of price points, depending on the size, location, and amenities of the property. While larger condos, or those with views or special features tend to be a bit more expensive, smaller units occasionally come on the market at more affordable prices. If you are looking for a condo or townhome in one of San Francisco’s most widely recognized neighborhoods, check on homes for sale in the North Waterfront neighborhood.

Contact the San Francisco Modern Team to find out more about real estate in the North Waterfront or utilize our website to explore other listings on the San Francisco mls.

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