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San Francisco is a rich city with history and events. Its cultural diversity, commitment to the arts, fine dining, incredible shopping, and majestic scenery attract many people from all over the globe.
Commonly referred to as The Richmond District, District 1 is primarily a residential area sandwiched between the Presidio and Golden Gate Parks. Adjacent to Ocean Beach, Richmond District residents have access to a wide array of outdoor activities and fascinating historical sites. This prosperous area is filled with stunning Victorian, Edwardian, and Marina style architecture and is considered by many to be one of the most desirable areas in San Francisco. The Lake Street and Sea Cliff neighborhoods are filled with Victorian and Edwardian mansions, while Central and Outer Richmond feature the prevalent Marina style home.
District 2, more commonly known as the Sunset District and originally part of the "Outside Lands", is one of the foggiest districts in the city. Nestled alongside Golden Gate Park and Ocean Beach, it retains a quirky, small town feel while still being easily accessible to the more bustling parts of the city.
The Southwest District, or District 3, was one of the last areas to be developed in San Francisco. It is now home to The San Francisco Zoo, Lake Merced, the San Francisco Golf Club, the Lake Merced Golf Club, Stonestown Galleria Mall, and The San Francisco State University Campus.
District 4, also known as Twin Peaks West, is arguably one of the most upscale districts in San Francisco. It is home to some of the most exclusive neighborhoods in the city, including: St. Francis Wood, Forrest Hill, and Balboa Terrace. Tucked between these neighborhoods, you'll find more family-friendly areas like Ingleside Terrace, Sunnyside, and Diamond Heights.
District 5 boasts some of the most colorful and diverse neighborhoods in San Francisco. Commonly referred to as the Central District, it encompasses demure residential areas such as Buena Vista Park, Clarendon Heights, Corona Heights, Noe Valley, Duboce Triangle, Twin Peaks, Parnassus-Ashbury Heights, Glen Park and Dolores Heights, and is known for being home to the famous Haight-Asbury, as well as the Castro.
One of the most famous views of San Francisco is that of the "Painted Ladies". six gorgeous Victorian homes that conspicuously peek over the edge of Alamo Square Park. You can find them in District 6, also known as Central North District. The architecture in this area is relatively untouched by time (one of the few to survive San Francisco's devastating 1906 earthquake), and boasts some of the city's finest original Victorian houses. First known as the "Western Addition", the area is vibrant and filled with shopping, restaurants, and some of the city's oldest homes. For a wide array of culture, delicious eats, and beautiful historic houses, District 6 is a wonderful place to call home.
Sitting at the Northernmost point of San Francisco, District 7 is one of the most desirable places to live in the Bay Area. Encompassing only 4 neighborhoods: Cow Hollow, The Marina, Pacific Heights and Presidio Heights, this fashionable part of the city is home to trendy 20-somethings and exclusive properties, making it an ideal place for the chic, stylish, and well to-do.
The Northeast District, District 8, is home to some of San Francisco's most well-known and iconic sights. Chinatown, Union Square, Coit Tower, and Fisherman's Wharf are just a few of the popular destinations found here.
Arguably the area to watch, District 9 is one of San Francisco's most promising, up-and-coming areas to invest in real estate. The largest district in San Francisco, it includes South Beach, SoMA, Yerba Buena, Mission Bay, Potrero Hill, Bernal Heights, and Inner Mission.
Seated in the Southeast corner of the city, District 10 is one of San Francisco's biggest areas for potential growth. Once home to tanners and navy ships, this largely industrial area has seen many changes over the years and is ripe for continued development.