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Potrero Hill is one of San Francisco's classic old neighborhoods, offering great views of downtown, and from many homes great views of the bay, as well. This is a sunny neighborhood, sheltered from the fog by the very steep hills. Continuing redevelopment and revitalization, including that which is taking place in the neighboring districts of the SOMA (SOuth of MArket), Mission Bay, and Central Waterfront, have made Potrero Hill quite popular in recent years as people are discovering its great views, great weather, and relative proximity to downtown and everything else. Potrero Hill rises out of the flatlands between 16th and Cesar Chavez (Army) Street and Hwy 101. The hill is secluded and offers spectacular views of downtown, as well as a fantastic microclimate -- it is generally sunny and warm, especially by San Francisco standards. The housing styles and types in the Potrero Hill district range from single family detached houses to live/work lofts to condos to apartments, TIC's, and townhouses. There really is a good mix of housing variety in the Potrero Hill district. The main distinction that separates Potrero Hill from many of its surrounding neighborhoods and districts is its relative abundance of single family detached houses -- many of which are quite old and charming, as they were mostly spared in the great earthquake and fire of 1906. The nearby districts of SOMA, Mission Bay, and the Central Waterfront are more condo-oriented, and while the Inner Mission district does also have old single family detached houses that survived the quake and fire, many of them have since been converted to flats, apartments, condos, and TIC's. The Potrero Hill district is therefore strategically located, and a good place to look if you are seeking a single family detached house that is not too far from (and easily accessible to) the downtown areas of San Francisco. The Potrero Hill District is bordered by SOMA (South of Market) to the north, the Inner Mission to the west, Silver Terrace to the south, and Mission Bay and the Central Waterfront to the east. Trivia: Lombard Street is NOT the crookedest street in the world -- it's not even the crookedest street in San Francisco! Vermont street, between 20th and 22nd streets in the Potrero Hills district, contains six turns in 270 feet, whereas Lombard has 8 turns in 412 feet -- do the math -- but not while driving them, please! Baron & Chestney are the full service discount real estate brokers that will sell your Potrero Hill San Francisco home for a total real estate commission of two percent to four percent only! Searching for a home in Potrero Hill? Call a Baron & Chestney Real Estate discount realtor, 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 San Francisco Potrero Hill real estate needs, call a Baron & Chestney Real Estate discount realtor, today!
The Potrero Hill neighborhood of San Francisco is another old San Francisco neighborhood that was spared from most damage from the 1906 earthquake and fires. As a result, some old Victorians still remain. The area is sunny and warm, has many bay views as a result of the very steep streets, has quite a few new restaurants and shops, and is becoming quite popular, especially as the path of development continues to follow the 3rd street light rail tracks, from downtown to old Candlestick Park. Potrero Hill is bordered by Townsend to the north, Hwy 280 to the east, Cesar Chavez (Army Street) to the south, and Hwy 101 to the west. The official San Francisco Association of Realtors designation for the Potrero Hill district is neighborhood 9e. The Potrero Hill district is part of District 9 (Central East), Subdistrict E. Baron & Chestney Real Estate feratures full service discount realtors who will sell your Potrero Hill home for a total realtor commission of two percent to four percent only! Searching for a home to buy in Potrero Hill? Call a Baron & Chestney Real Estate discount broker first! Our home buyer rebate program will get you a real estate rebate of up to 2% of the purchase price of the home after close of escrow. Whether buying a home, selling a home, or BOTH, a Baron & Chestney Real Estate discount real estate broker will save you THOUSANDS of dollars in realtor commissions on your next realty transaction! Call US first!