The Richmond District is a vibrant and diverse neighborhood in San Francisco. Located in the northwest corner of the city, it is known for its charming Victorian houses, bustling commercial corridors, and beautiful parkland.

One of the most popular attractions in the Richmond is the Golden Gate Park, a massive green space that stretches from the district to the ocean. Here, visitors can enjoy a variety of activities, from hiking and biking to picnicking and playing sports. The park also features numerous museums, including the California Academy of Sciences and the de Young Museum, as well as the Japanese Tea Garden and the San Francisco Botanical Garden.

The Richmond District is also home to a number of great restaurants, offering a wide range of cuisines from around the world. Whether you're looking for dim sum, Italian, or Mexican food, you'll find it here. The neighborhood is also home to a number of unique independent shops and boutiques, making it a great place to shop for gifts and souvenirs.

One of the things that makes the Richmond District so special is its diversity. The neighborhood is home to a large Asian community, with a number of Chinese, Korean, and Vietnamese businesses and restaurants. It is also home to a large Russian community, with a number of Russian-language businesses and cultural organizations.

How is The Richmond 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 The Richmond (1a, 1b, 1e) is defined.

Richmond 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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