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Sea Cliff Neighborhood Guide

Before you even start your home buying search, you’d want to know which area to move to. Several factors can influence the choice of place such as demographics, nearby schools, public transportation, amenities, local community, and more. If you’re considering moving to Sea Cliff, San Francisco, there are several ways for you to identify if Sea Cliff is a good fit for you.



Sea Cliff is a neighborhood in San Francisco. The population of Sea Cliff is 1723 with 51% males and 49% females, and a median age of 45. 32% of this neighborhood is occupied by families with children, 24% single-female families, 13% single-male families, and 63% couples. The average household size in Sea Cliff is 2.65, and the average family size is 3.1.

The median household income for residents of Sea Cliff, San Francisco is $146,622, while the median individual income is $78,931. About 95% residents have finished high-school, 11% have completed some form of college, but have no degree, 3% have an associate degree, 35% hold a bachelor’s degree, and 41% have completed graduate school.

There are several types of homes for sale in Sea Cliff, San Francisco such as Single Family Homes, and Condominiums. The median home price is $2,625,000.


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About Sea Cliff

Sea Cliff is a neighborhood in San Francisco, California that is located in the northwest of the city, west of Lincoln Park and north of The Presidio.

It is bordered by Lincoln Park on the north, Arguello Boulevard on the east, California Street to the south, and Baker Street to the west. A mix of Victorian homes and apartment buildings line up along streets like Vallejo Avenue and Lombard Street. The neighborhood has several parks like Baker Beach, Alta Plaza Park, and Presidio Terrace which are popular with residents for their scenic views of San Francisco Bay. Sea Cliff is also home to many architecturally significant mansions built during San Francisco’s late 19th century Gilded Age which can be seen along Lombard Street..




Who lives in Sea Cliff?

The population of Sea Cliff is 1723 with 51% males and 49% females, and a median age of 45. 67% of this neighborhood is occupied by families with 24% single-female families, 13% single-male families, and 63% couple families. The average household size in Sea Cliff is 2.65, and the average family size is 3.1.

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How did Sea Cliff fare among other neighborhoods in San Francisco?

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What are the things to do in Sea Cliff?

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What are the public transit options in Sea Cliff?

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What schools are available to Sea Cliff.

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Homes for sale in Sea Cliff

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