Welcome to Jordan Park / Laurel Heights

A quiet neighborhood that mimics Pacific Heights with its style and gorgeous historical homes, Jordan Park / Laurel Heights has a distinctly suburban feel that’s convenient to the rest of beloved San Francisco.

Key Details


family friendly, quiet, tree-lined streets, park views, award-winning schools


Commute Times
Financial District 22m by car
SoMa 20m by car
South San Francisco 37m by car
East to West Presidio Ave. to Arguello Blvd.
North to South California St. to Geary Blvd.
Nearby Neighborhoods Inner Richmond, Lake Street, Pacific Heights

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Jordan park / laurel heights:
Residential and small, this neighborhood is a haven for families in search of space and access to parks.

Lauded as the Pacific Heights of the West, Jordan Park / Laurel Heights has some of the most impressive and iconic homes in the city, though you won’t have to fight as many killer hills here, and the community is happily self-contained.

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What to expect:
A hushed neighborhood with residential streets and basic amenities within reach.

One of four neighborhoods in SF that can claim its own Trader Joe’s, Jordan Park / Laurel Heights has the basics — coffee, books, a handful of restaurants and a few boutiques — just what you need to feel at home without feeling too cramped.

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The lifestyle:
Students commute to USF while families hold hands with young ones while strolling to the park with the dog in tow.

Life is slower in this suburb-in-the-city where you can walk the dog along quiet streets and greet neighbors at the local cafe over a cold brew or golden milk latte.

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Unexpected appeal:
So close to the Presidio, you can find yourself exploring the outdoors daily.

This neighborhood is within close reach of one of San Francisco’s greenest parks, where you can bring your running shoes and towel for a daily sweat or a day at the beach.

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The market:
Expensive, with single-family homes and picture-perfect facades.

Living in Jordan Park / Laurel Heights, where the median home price is $2.3 million, isn’t cheap, but it’s the blend of casual living with the stunning architecture that make it home.

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You'll fall in love with:
The laid-back attitude that permeates the sometimes-foggy air, offering truly unfettered serenity within city limits.

This neighborhood isn’t fog-free, but it’s less here dense than on the streets to the west, which means most afternoons are sunny — perfect for meandering down for an afternoon coffee or date night.

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