is a thriving 46-square mile city at the end of a peninsula bordered by the Pacific and the SF Bay.
The rich history of immigrants, gold seekers, and cultural visionaries is intertwined with the evolution of housing and urban developments.
It has been called a natural place for storytellers and a society at the edge of thought.
This is a cosmopolitan city that, because of its geography, retains an intimate feel within its close knit neighborhoods.
minutes you can travel from the blue skies of the Embarcadero to the shadows of the financial district to the neighborhoods filled with Victorian, Queen Anne, and Edwardian homes that make up the central and western portions of the city.
Often, the property values rise with the hills and the views.
Neighborhoods have shopping and dining areas that define their lifestyle, whether it is the dog-friendly coffee houses in Bernal Heights or the trendy urban shops that identify Hayes Valley.