An almost definitive etymological guide.
Five new rentals, from Bayview to the Haight
Built in 1908.
Two cottages joined together by a ribbon of glass.
Built in 1904, this not-so-humble home once hosted the SF Decorator Showcase.
Take a closer look at these bibliophilic beauties.
Built in 1910
San Francisco’s most exclusive neighborhood is also one of its most haunted.
Asking is $1,549,000.
A rare offering inside San Francisco’s ten-digit enclave.
Five new rentals, from Hunters Point to Pac Heights.
Five new rentals, from Lake Merced to Russian Hill—which home would you choose?
Coxhead influenced Bay Area architects like Bernard Maybeck, Julia Morgan, and Albert Farr.
Five new rentals, from Nob Hill to Pac Heights
The pair had been paying $5,523 per month in rent before getting notice to vacate.
Five new luxury rentals, from Rincon Hill to Pac Heights.
These supportive and creative spots will bring out your best work.
Five new rentals, from Excelsior to Pac Heights—which pricey pad do you prefer?
Five new rentals, from Pac Heights to the Sunset—which affordable home do you choose?
Five new rentals, from Pac Heights to Bayview—which pricey pad do you prefer?
Two blocks away from Lyon Street Steps and Presidio Park.
Once the second-most expensive home in the city.
Five new rentals, from Potrero Hill to Candlestick—which home would you choose?
Comes with a closet bigger than some apartments.
Five new rentals, from Mint Plaza to the Sunset—which home would you choose?
Five new rentals, from the Sunset to Pac Heights—which pad would you choose?
Franklin Street Vic has star-studded past.
Circa-1926 pad measures more than 5,000 square feet.
Five new rentals, from Visitacion Valley to the Marina.
It’s a short list.
Five new rentals, from the Sunset to the East Cut—which home would you choose?
Five costly rentals, from Monterey Heights to Pac Heights.
Remodeled 1890 Queen Anne keeps an eye on the past.
Staircase and skylight duo bring all the drama.
Five new rentals, from Little Hollywood to the Marina. Which pad would you call home?
Five new rentals, from Mission Bay to Pacific Heights. Which home would you choose?
1920s-era living this is not. Gone are any remnants of its past. In their place, sleek and contemporary vibes galore.
Five new stations open in Bayview.