Lower Pacific Heights is a neighborhood in San Francisco, California. It is located just south of Pacific Heights and is known for its Victorian homes, tree-lined streets, and proximity to many popular destinations.

Lower Pacific Heights is also known for its vibrant dining and shopping scene. The Fillmore Street corridor is home to many popular restaurants, cafes, and boutiques, as well as a weekly farmer's market. The neighborhood is also located near the popular retail and dining destination of Union Street. Japantown is a major draw to the neighborhood, and The Fillmore Jazz Festival makes the already-bustling neighborhood even busier each July.

Victorian homes line the leafy streets of Lower Pacific Heights, some single-family homes and some converted to condominiums over the years. Clustered around Fillmore Street, you’ll find larger condo buildings that were built more recently.


How is Lower Pacific Heights Defined?

The San Francisco Association of Realtors (who runs our local MLS) has very specific definitions of each neighborhood in San Francisco,
which can affect statistics, home values, and much more. Here is how Lower Pacific Heights (6c) is defined.

Lower Pacific Heights By The Numbers


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There can be significant differences in property types and desirability, even within the smallest neighborhoods. Our experts can assist you in finding the perfect home in the perfect spot.

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