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Pacific Heights is also well remembered for the Michael Keaton movie "Pacific Heights"


The most scenic setting in San Francisco is the neighborhood of Pacific Heights which sits atop one of 42 hills and covers an area of approximately 130 square blocks. Popular for its panoramic views of the Golden Gate Bridge, Alcatraz, Presidio Park and the Bay, the homes and stately mansions in this area show a variety of architectural styles including Victorian, Mission Revival, Edwardian, and Chateau style that were mostly built after 1906 with some dating from the 1880’s.


Haas-Lilenthal House

Van Ness and Presidio avenues and Pine and Vallejo

Haas-Lilienthal House: Fully furnished and preserved 1886 Queen Anne Victorian, replete with turrets and gables. The house, which serves as headquarters for San Francisco Architectural Heritage, is open for tours at 2007 Franklin St., (415) 441-3004 for times and tour price.