Homes in the Inner Richmond neighborhood range from attractive stucco houses to grand mansions. This bustling multicultural area has access to the Presidio and a wide variety of inexpensive eateries and shops. Several Muni buses provide residents with an easy commute to downtown San Francisco, including the 38 Geary, the 31 Balboa, and the 5 Fulton.
Inner Richmond is often called San Francisco’s “New Chinatown” because of its large number of Chinese grocers, and this vibrant neighborhood has drawn a wide range of immigrants over the years -- from Irish, White Russian, and Middle Eastern Jews after World War I to Japanese and Chinese immigrants after World War II.
The business center of Inner Richmond stretches along Clement Street, where Chinese bakeries sell steamed meat dumplings, BBQ pork buns, and other dim sum, and produce markets offer several kinds of choy. Diners from throughout San Francisco flock to the Inner Richmond for its variety of reasonably priced international restaurants. From Cambodian and Thai to French and Russian, residents share the flavors and traditions of their homelands.
Flanked by Golden Gate Park and the Presidio, the Inner Richmond has no shortage of green space options. Locals can easily walk to Golden Gate Park’s Stow Lake, the Japanese Tea Garden, and several renowned museums. At the Presidio, walkers and joggers can enjoy views of the Golden Gate Bridge at Crissy Field. Wind surfing and kite flying are also popular activities.
For families looking for larger homes for sale, the Inner Richmond offers lovingly maintained Edwardians with five bedrooms, hardwood floors, bay windows, large private yards, fireplaces, and garages. Newly remodeled condominiums and multiunit homes are also available for singles and couples. Some homes offer views of the Golden Gate Bridge and Golden Gate Park.