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  • Open Floor Plan
  • Shopping Nearby
  • Quiet and Private
  • High Ceilings
  • Hardwood Floors
  • City Lights Views
  • Stainless Steel Appliances
  • Side-by-Side Washer and Dryer
  • Walk-In Closets
  • Quartz Countertops
About Potrero Hill

For those new to the San Francisco area, Potrero Hill might be an unfamiliar name. But those better acquainted with the city—and especially with its warm and sunny southeast—know Potrero Hill as an appealing residential enclave of mostly gentle hills, striking Victorians, and noteworthy local businesses. Sharing borders with both the Inner Mission and the industrial chic of the Dogpatch and Central Waterfront areas, the neighborhood stretches from Cesar Chavez in the south into the area north of 16th Street also known as the Design District. It contains several parks offering sun, fresh air, and play spaces for children and pets, as well as recreation opportunities such as public basketball and tennis courts. But even more indicative of the local lifestyle are the neighborhood’s quirky mini-parks and community gardens—many created through local initiatives—as well as the undeveloped “hilltop sanctuary” of the Starr-King Open Space. These opportunities for enjoying the outdoors are all the more welcome and gratifying thanks to Potrero Hill’s unusually mild microclimate, which is among the best in San Francisco.


In Potrero Hill, you’re also well provided for where restaurants and shopping are concerned. There are numerous grocery stores throughout the neighborhood, from mom-and-pop markets to the Whole Foods on Kansas Street at 17th. The greatest density of restaurants is found on a stretch of 18th Street between Arkansas Street and Pennsylvania Avenue featuring Vietnamese, Japanese, French, and Peruvian cuisines, among many other options. It also boasts what many consider San Francisco’s best breakfast, served at Plow, a farm-to-table New American restaurant. When it comes to beverages, there’s a great deal to recommend, from the headquarters and public taproom of the venerable Anchor Brewing Company, producer of fine craft beer since 1896, to the acclaimed upstart Linea Caffe. In Potrero Hill, one is also well connected to the rest of the city and beyond, either with the many bus routes running throughout the neighborhood, or with the “T” Third Street MUNI streetcar, which you can catch just a few blocks east of the neighborhood’s borders. Commuters might also take special interest in this location, both for the Caltrain stop, with service to San Jose and many points in-between, and for the easy access it offers to both the 101 and 280 freeways. In all respects, Potrero Hill is a great way to experience San Francisco.  


Presented By

Irina Luck

M: 415-722-4461
CalBRE #: 01927187

John Macon

DRE 01419226

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531 Kansas St
San Francisco, CA 94107