Welcome to Inner Richmond

A walkable and family-friendly neighborhood that’s home to some of the most diverse restaurants in all of San Francisco, the Inner Richmond is a treasure that’s convenient to the busier parts of the city but beats to its own multicultural drum.

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casual, family-friendly, brunch, great restaurants, multicultural cuisine


Commute Times
Financial District 35m by car
Embarcadero 35m by car
SoMA 45m by car

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Inner richmond
A casual neighborhood with a heart of its own.

The Inner Richmond is a destination for food lovers, students at the University of San Francisco and anyone looking to explore the massive parks that paint the outer edges of San Francisco, but its hometown feel charms anyone who values ample space and a little distance from downtown.

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What to expect:
A relaxed vibe, featuring a diverse array of amazing shops and eateries.

The Inner Richmond is known for its convenience to lush green parks, the spaciousness of its homes and, of course, its restaurants with cuisines that span the globe, and you can explore a new one night after night after night.

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The lifestyle:
Plenty of adorable boutiques and delicious brunch spots, with an eclectic and historical flare.

Shopping and eating are both Inner Richmond pastimes, especially along busy Clement St. where you can stroll in and out of bookstores, ice cream shops, crafty boutiques and family-owned shops — or peruse the weekly farmer’s market with the whole family.

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Unexpected appeal:
Easy access to some of the best outdoor spaces San Francisco has to offer.

With the Presidio to the north and Golden Gate Park to the south, the Inner Richmond is bordered by almost 2,500 acres of green space, which makes biking or picnicking on weekends so easy, you may forget you’re in a city at all.

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The market:
Pricey but reasonable compared to more inner-city locales — and with more space.

You’ll find more square-footage in the apartments and homes in the Inner Richmond — even some with backyards — than in many other neighborhoods around the city. The median home value here is $1.9 million, which makes it pricey, but not top dollar in expensive San Francisco.

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You'll fall in love with:
The endless food choices to explore and the spacious dwellings.

Deciding where to eat among the dozens of restaurants available in this walkable neighborhood with the heart of a small town will be your biggest worry, but cooking in won’t bother you too much either, since you’re likely to find a home with plenty of space to stretch out and relax.

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