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Like many of its inhabitants, San Francisco has a very distinct character. From Nob Hill to the Castro, and from Fisherman’s Wharf to Haight-Ashbury, this 7-by-7 mile stretch of land has over 100 nabes. Historically known for such landmarks as Coit Tower and Lombard Street, the San Francisco metro area stretches out into the Peninsula to the south, East Bay to the east, Marin County to the North, and beyond.  San Francisco , Neighborhood Reviews Travel & Trips

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  • Treasure Island

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    Treasure Island, named after the novel by Robert Luis Stevenson, is a man-made “island” built for the Golden Gate International Exposition of 1939. Since then it has been used as a naval base, a center for film and television production and in recent years the venue for the Treasure

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  • Jackson Square

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    Jackson Square, an elegant nabe founded during the California Gold Rush, is well known for the historic brick buildings that line its streets. Once known as the Barbary Coast, Jackson Square is one of the oldest commercial districts in San Francisco and a distinguished center of art and antique

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  • Crocker

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    Crocker is a sleepy nabe that straddles the border of San Francisco and Daly City. The nabe, most well known for its signature rows of mid-century homes, borders the Outer Mission and Crocker-Amazon in San Francisco and San Bruno Mountain State Park on the Daly City side. Crocker blends

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  • Presidio Terrace

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    Created after the 1906 earthquake and subsequent fire, Presidio Terrace is an exclusive gated community located off Arguello Boulevard just south of thePresidio. A small nabe of grand mansions situated around a circular street, Presidio Heights houses some of the city’s largest houses. Beaux-Arts, Mission Revival and Tudor Revival

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  • Fillmore

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    Fillmore is a nabe of many names. It’s also commonly known as the Fillmore District, The Fillmore, The Fill, The Moe, and Fillmoe. No matter which variation you pick, this nabe is historically famous for excelling at entertaining. With everything from full-scale concerts, to jazz clubs, to karaoke bars,

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  • Mission Terrace

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    A cohesive community thrives in Mission Terrace, where residents seek to beautify and maintain the intimate quality of this San Francisco nabe. Built in the 20s and 30s, the nabe has undergone many transformations as major transportation corridors have impacted the community. It’s bounded on the north and west

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  • Diamond Heights

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    The hillsides of Diamond Heights, just south of touristyTwin Peaks, were undeveloped until the 50s and 60s resulting in a young nabe with an architecturally homogeneous aesthetic. Shingled apartment buildings and condominiums are the rule to property here. Its development was the first time the city built around the

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  • Alamo Square

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    Alamo Square takes its name from the park at its center. The area is perhaps most famous as home to the Painted Ladies, a row of resplendent Victorian homes often featured in photographs and films. With picture perfect views of the cityscape in the distance, Alamo Square Park is

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  • Laguna Honda

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    Laguna Honda is a small, well-kept nabe betweenForest Hill and Mount Davidson. Tree lined streets typify this nabe, where front and backyards offer residents plenty of green space. Dewey Boulevard has a few shops and restaurants while nearby West Portal is a hub for commercial activity. Laguna Honda Hospital

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  • Panhandle

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    Extending east from Golden Gate Park and nestled between Lone Mountain and Haight-Ashbury, is the Panhandle, a narrow expanse of green that stretches for three quarters of a mile. Pick up games of basketball are common and joggers and bicyclists take full advantage of the winding paths that run

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