San Francisco

New Listing in San Francisco!

1015 Portola Drive, San Francisco, CA, is now listed and ready for showings! This English Tudor style home was built in 1926, it is 1435 sq ft, three bedrooms, 1 bathroom with a separate shower, a three car garage, and a forced air furnace. This property has new kitchen linoleum, new interior paint, new exterior paint and re-finished oak floors. 

San Francisco's Urban Oasis

Whether you are San Franciscan born and raised or a recent transplant to the Bay Area, some how, some way, Golden Gate Park is going to be a part of your existence. This 1017 acre, three mile long, half mile wide oasis is nature's haven in our cosmopolitan city. As stated on Golden Gate Park's website, the park was first surveyed and mapped topographically by William Hammond Hall in the 1870s who was assisted by John McLaren, the well-known horticulturist responsible for planting the many Blue Gum Eucalyptus, Monterey Pine and Monterey Cypress trees still there today. The park also contains some of San Francisco's best known and cherished entities such as the Japanese Tea Garden, The Conservatory of Flowers, Strybing Arboretum, the De Young Museum and the California Academy of Sciences.

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