Jordan Park and Laurel Heights make up a primarily residential district nestled between five other neighborhoods in the central-northern section of San Francisco.
Residents of this neighborhood keep a clean-cut reputation, keeping their homes and streets aesthetically pleasing with rows of manicured lawns and plush tree-lined sidewalks. This upmarket neighborhood consists of single-family homes and multi-unit properties with a handful of large-scale apartment buildings, all of which are home to a diverse community of residents. The architectural styles vary as well, including Edwardians, Victorians, and Mid-Century homes.
This walk-friendly neighborhood gives residents easy access to shopping, restaurants, and outside shared green spaces. Laurel Village on California Street is teeming with small boutiques, cafes, restaurants, essential stores, and specialty grocers. A few blocks outside of the neighborhood is the Richmond district, also a dense collection of destination restaurants for residents to explore.
Both Golden Gate Park and the Presidio are within a few blocks, extending outdoor activities for every level of enthusiast. And the Laurel Hill Playground, a teaching laboratory for Childhood Development and Family Studies, has a play structure and sand pit, a tennis court, baseball diamond, full basketball court, and a clubhouse, making it a coveted neighborhood gathering spot.
The upscale vibe of Jordan Park and Laurel Heights attracts a very affluent group of residents who enjoy neighborhood living with the ease of access to big-city life.