Lower Pacific Heights was developed as a middle class family neighborhood that survived the devastating 1906 earthquake and fire. That’s because a fire line was created by blowing up the buildings along Van Ness Avenue, the neighborhood’s border to the east.
Today, much of the Lower Pacific Heights real estate consists of 1880 to 1900s Stick , Italianate and Queen Anne homes. Once part of the Western Addition —still the official name for the area—it’s also been called Baja Pacific Heights . Its boundaries are Presidio Avenue to the west, Gough Street to the east, and in between Geary and California Streets on the north and ...
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