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For those looking for the seclusion of cliff side mansions shrouded in palm trees while still remaining plugged into the San Francisco grid, Sea Cliff is the neighborhood to be in. Perched high upon the bluffs, residents enjoy the sounds of waves crashing beneath them while soaking up some of the best views of the Golden Gate Bridge, Pacific Ocean, and Marin Headlands the city has to offer.

Celebrities such as the late Robin Williams and Sharon Stone have once called Sea Cliff home. Speaking of high profile, we hold a very special place in our hearts for this exclusive enclave and with good reason. Beverly Barnett holds the record for highest price per square foot sale in Sea Cliff with the chart busting $3,068/square foot. Read all about how Beverly listed a $6,280,000 home and sold it for $11,000,000 in this article by Curbed SF.

Sales in Sea Cliff are few and far between. In 2017, there were just eight sales (one being off market) with a median sales price hovering around $4,000,000.

Residents who opt to live in this very special neighborhood are looking for more “private oasis” and less “latte factor”. Most residents will drive to the neighboring Inner Richmond or the surrounding areas for dining and shopping although there are a smattering of yoga studios and retail on nearby California St (Sea Cliff’s southern border). In terms of walkability, there are the famous China and Baker Beaches, which have limited access to those not residing in the area.

The co-ed Kittredge School (K-8) and all girls Katherine Delmar Burke School (K-8) cater to the area’s children.