Presidio Heights

Most sought-after locales.

Welcome to Presidio Heights

Stunning natural beauty and gorgeous homes in a lush urban enclave

Breathtaking homes. An urban retreat in the city. The ever-gorgeous Presidio in your backyard. When you’re living in Presidio Heights, you have the best of the Bay area at your fingertips. This neighborhood is one of the San Francisco area’s most sought-after locales. Boasting a central location, top-tier amenities, and every convenience you could want, this community is an amazing place to live.
Keeping with the overall feel of the neighborhood, residences in Presidio Heights are upscale and full of character. Victorian-era architecture is seamlessly blended with French country architecture, as well as several other styles. Homes are towering and palatial and have beautiful interior designs.

What to Love

 • Lovely, upscale homes
 • Presidio of San Francisco
 • Convenient shopping and dining
 • Near the Full House house
Central location

Local Lifestyle

Residents of Presidio Heights are treated to one of the most gorgeous landscapes in all of San Francisco. Streets are tree-lined and the Presidio of San Francisco — a spacious nature area with plenty to do and see — is virtually in your backyard. Residential parts of the neighborhood are tranquil and easygoing. However, along both Sacramento Street and California Street, you can enjoy a bustling yet relaxed commercial district. Spend your days frequenting high-end boutiques, dining at phenomenal restaurants, or simply strolling through the lush natural scenery.

Dining, Entertainment, and Shopping

The area’s top streets for shopping and dining (Sacramento Street and California Street) feel as though they are part of a more lively small town. You may even forget that you’re in one of California’s most energetic cities as you indulge in a fabulous selection of cuisine and luxury stores.
Whether you’re new to the area or a seasoned local, there are certain restaurants you definitely need to try. Find your new favorite dishes at Lily (Vietnamese cuisine), Sociale (northern Italian cuisine), Presidio Social Club, Magic Flute Restaurant, Vixi Cucina Italiana, Spruce, Cafe Luna, Presidio Kebab, and As Quoted (which features outstanding gluten-free dishes).
Before or after your meal, be sure to peruse the unique product selection found at nearly every local store. Shop at establishments such as goldberry, Serena & Lily, A Runner’s Mind, SEPHORA, Mom’s the Word, Paul Mahder Gallery, Goodbyes, Poetica Art and Antiques, and Susan in San Francisco.

Things to Do

Hands down, when it comes to local attractions, the Presidio of San Francisco is the best place to visit in all of Presidio Heights. Spanning acres upon acres, this peaceful green space boasts an impressive number of activities and hot spots. It stretches all the way from Lyon Street to Baker Beach along the South Bay.
Exploring Presidio for the first time? You’ll be amazed by the sheer amount of things you can do while in the area. Highlights include the Presidio Golf Course, multiple hiking trails, Presidio Wall Playground, Presidio Community YMCA, The Walt Disney Family Museum, Crissy Field South Beach, House of Air Trampoline Park, Fort Scott Community Garden, the Yoda Fountain, and Lobos Valley Overlook.
There are even more sights to see in the areas surrounding Presidio Heights. A few minutes from the main neighborhood, locals and visitors can get their picture in front of the Full House house, which was featured on the hit show in the 1980s-90s. The house is located near the intersection of Broderick Street and Bush Street.


Public schools in and around Presidio Heights are rated incredibly well on

 • McCoppin (Frank) Elementary, Kindergarten through 5th grade
 • Roosevelt Middle, 6th grade through 8th grade
 • New Traditions Elementary, Kindergarten through 5th grade
 • Argonne Elementary, Kindergarten through 5th grade

Neighborhood Properties

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Work With Chris

Chris J. Meza is proud to team up with Sotheby's International Realty as a sales associate. Chris participated in the recent sale of the Sutter Health Library and has been actively investing in Bay Area properties.