Lower Pacific Heights
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The Lower Pacific Heights District of San Francisco is bordered by Pacific Heights to the north, Jordan Park/Laurel Heights to the west, Van Ness /Civic Center to the east, and Anza Vista and Western Addition to the south. Lower Pacific Heights, for the most part, lacks the hilly terrain of neighboring Pacific Heights to the north. The Lower Pacific Heights neighborhood may in fact technically be considered part of the much larger "western addition" area -- indeed, it has more in common with neighboring Anza Vista and Western Addition than it does with neighboring Pacific Heights in terms of overall feel. Lower Pacific Heights is certainly part of District 6, as opposed to district 7 to the north. The Lower Pacific Heights neighborhood is charming nevertheless, and offers a nice compromise in price as compared to Pacific Heights. In terms of housing type/style, the Lower pacific Heights District of San Francisco offers a good mix of condos, flats, townhomes, apartments, lofts, and single family detached houses, as well. Parking can be a bit of a challenge. Japantown is also called Nihonmachi, which means "Japanese Town" in Japanese. Today, only about 5% of San Francisco's Japanese-American population actually lives in Japantown, but prior to World War II Japantown once covered an area of about 40 blocks, well into the Western Addition district. San Francisco opened the Japan Center in 1968, as a shopping, dining, and entertainmnet complex bounded by Post, Sutter, Laguna, and Fillmore streets. The tower, known as the Peace Pagoda, is a gift from the Japanese people, and was designed by Yoshiro Taniguchi. The Peace Pagoda is 110 feet high, and is made of 5 concrete tiers with copper roofs. Baron & Chestney Real Estate offers full service discount commission realtors who will sell your Lower Pacific Heights home for a TOTAL real estate commission of 2 percent to 4 percent only. Buying a home in Lower Pacific Heights? Call a Baron & Chestney Real Estate discount broker first! Our home buyer rebate program will get you a realtor rebate of up to 2% of the purchase price of the home, after close of escrow. For all of your Lower Pacific Heights San Francisco real estate needs, call a Baron & Chestney Real Estate discount realtor, today!
The Lower Pacific Heights neighborhood of San Francisco is roughly bordered by California Blvd. to the north, Geary Blvd. to the south, Presidio to the west, and Gough to the east. Perhaps most famous for being the home to the popular Japan Town, San Francisco's Lower Pacific Heights District is officially designated as neighborhood 6c by the San Francisco Association of Realtors. The Lower Pacific Heights District is part of District 6 (Central North), Subdistrict C. Baron & Chestney Real Estate offers full service discount commission real estate brokers that will sell your San Francisco Lower Pacific Heights home for a TOTAL realtor commission of 2% to 4% only. Buying a Lower Pacific Heights home? Call a Baron & Chestney Real Estate discount realtor first! Our home buyer rebate program will get you a rebate of up to 2% of the purchase price of the home, after close of escrow. Whether selling a home, buying a home, or BOTH, a Baron & Chestney Real Estate discount real estate broker will save you THOUSANDS in real estate commissions on your next realty transaction! Call US first!