What Makes A San Francisco View So Special?

Wednesday, October 3rd, 2007 @ 2:45 pm | Real Estate, San Francisco

It is because…

Looking East Southeast from Telegraph Hill, San Francisco,?CA

  1. The terrain, the steep hills, the wide valleys, the Pacific Ocean, the Bay dotted with islands, the green belts and the many parks.
  2. The period architecture, the tall buildings, and the bridges.?
  3. The ever-changing maritime activity of sailboats, tall ships, tankers, ferry boats, yachts, and the wind surfers scooting across the Bay.
  4. The sun rising over the Bay Bridge and the sun setting over the Golden Gate.
  5. The changing skies and the predictable weather of early morning fog, sunny skies by mid-day, summer in late September and early October, rain from December to early April, and the fog rolling.

It can be a ?????

  • partial view
  • peek-a-boo view
  • across the street view and through the buildings view
  • turn your head against the window view
  • in your face view
  • back service porch view
  • tree in your way view
  • top of a bridge view
  • high-rise sit-down?sky only view
  • and/or across the roof top view

No matter, it is a San Francisco view of????

  • the Bay Bridge or the Golden Gate Bridge
  • the Bay or a sail boat or two
  • the Marina, the top of Palace of Fine Arts and Crissy Field
  • city lights?from hills or the valleys
  • downtown skyscrapers
  • East Bay?or Marin
  • Alcatraz, Belevedere, Treasure and/or Angel Islands
  • Marin Headlands or the Pacific Ocean
  • South Bay or the North Bay
  • Pacific Heights, Presidio Heights, Asbury Heights, Bernal Heights, Golden Gate Heights, ?or Diamond Heights
  • Russian Hill, Nob Hill, Potrero Hill, Forest Hill, Liberty Hill, or Telegraph Hill
  • Noe Valley, Eureka Valley, or Hayes Valley
  • South Beach or North Beach

And because?we live every day amongst these views,?these views add value to?our quality of life in San Francisco?and our real estate!?



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