sea cliff

Mark Daniels, who also laid out Forest Hill, planned Sea Cliff in 1912. Mediterranean architecture lines the curved streets, with powerful views of the ocean and Golden Gate Bridge.

This neighborhood has a very distinctive feeling with the various elevations, views, and maritime influence.


Sea Cliff is the only neighborhood in San Francisco that actually touches water. The rest of the ocean shoreline is public parks.

From an article in Harper's Monthly, for July, 1924, entitled "San Francisco Revisited" by Katherine Fullerton Gerould  looking west.... the Golden Gate bridge is off to the right.

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