The Marina San Francisco: Homes for Sale

 

Single family homes, apartment buildings and flats offer a range of housing options for home seekers in this often sunny enclave; “Marina Style” barrel front homes and art deco style buildings are a hallmark The Marina San Francisco.

 

Chestnut Street businesses will satisfy shoppers, foodies and night owls alike. The Marina San Francisco is a well-known nightlife destination for young professionals, and some of the City’s most renowned dining destinations can be found here as well. Had it not been for the 1906 earthquake, this amazing neighborhood might have never been.

 

Enterprising developers pushed rubble from the destroyed city into what was then marshland, creating a man-made foundation for The Marina. If you visit the waterfront just east of the Yacht Club when the tide is out, you might catch a glimpse of some of that old San Francisco rubble, note rubble from the former cemeteries of San Francisco strewn about and used to develop the site.

 

When venturing to other parts of San Francisco, public transit is a breeze with both Muni and Golden Gate Transit serving the neighborhood. And by car, the Golden Gate Bridge and Marin County are just minutes away.

 

For more information, please contact Area Expert kathy@parcbay.com

Where to Eat and Drink in the Marina

Ah, the Marina . The subject of much scorn from anyone who doesn’t live there. The subject of much love for anyone who does. Chances are, however you feel about it, you’re bound to find yourself “on campus” at one point or another – and when that happens, you might as well make the most of it.

 

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