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Sea Cliff Real Estate

Sea Cliff represents one of the most exclusive and affluent neighborhoods in San Francisco, California. If you are searching for high-end, luxury real estate in San Francisco, the Sea Cliff neighborhood is more than likely going to be at the top of your list.

Located in San Francisco’s District 1, Sea Cliff is tucked away in the Northwest corner of San Francisco, just southwest of the Presidio and adjacent to the Pacific Ocean. Meticulously maintained and landscaped streets define a scenic path thru this neighborhood which consists primarily of Spanish style luxury estates and mansions located just above sea level. Amazing views aren’t hard to come by in Sea Cliff, with many homes offering fabulous views of the Golden Gate Bridge, Marin Headlands, as well as the Pacific Ocean. For beachgoers, China Beach and Baker Beach are within easy walking distance of most properties in Sea Cliff.

Read more about San Francisco’s Sea Cliff neighborhood.


Homes and Condos for sale in Sea Cliff, San Francisco

Homes and Condos for sale in Sea Cliff February 20, 2020
2
Listed
15
Avg. DOM
$2,441.38
Avg. $ / Sq.Ft.
$8,487,500
Med. List Price
2 Properties
Open 2/23
45 26th Avenue San Francisco, CA 94121
$4,995,000
Subdivision: Sea Cliff
6
Beds
5
Baths
3,620
Sq.Ft.
1938
Year Built
14
Days on Site
494458
MLS
Situated in the sought after enclave of Sea Cliff, between Sea Cliff Ave. and Scenic Way, this prestigious property affords stunning outlooks to the Golden Gate Bridge and Pacific Ocean. This rare...
Open 2/22
10 Sea Cliff Avenue San Francisco, CA 94121
$11,980,000
Subdivision: Sea Cliff
4
Beds
4
Baths
3,420
Sq.Ft.
1915
Year Built
18
Days on Site
494457
MLS
Nestled in San Francisco's most desirable oceanfront enclave, this classic 1920's Sea Cliff residence features a beautiful street presence, great architectural detailing and sweeping views of the...

Sea Cliff Neighborhood Homes

Sea Cliff continues to be one of the most expensive and exclusive neighborhoods in San Francisco that is highly sought out by discriminating home buyers that want nothing but the best (and have the budget to match).    Most homes in Sea Cliff are large in size (especially by San Francisco standards) and afford the residents in this neighborhood privacy, exclusivity, ample living quarters, and oftentimes incredible Ocean and Golden Gate Bridge views.

Sea Cliff Single-Family Home Prices:   $3M to $8M Median price: $4.5M

If you move to Sea Cliff (sometimes referred to as “Seacliff”) don’t be surprised to find out that your  next door neighbor is a Hollywood star, heavyweight politico, corporate executive, internationally recognized musician, Silicon Valley venture capitalist, or the Bay Area’s latest internet millionaire.  This desirable area attracts a diverse and wealthy set of resident who take pride in calling Sea Cliff home.   

Contact us for assistance buying or selling a home in San Francisco’s Sea Cliff neighborhood or continue to explore other San Francisco neighborhoods and districts.

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