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Sea Cliff, San Francisco

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Sea Cliff, San Francisco

Sea Cliff
Neighborhood of San Francisco
China Beach is seen in the foreground with the sea wall. Baker Beach can be seen in the distance
China Beach is seen in the foreground with the sea wall. Baker Beach can be seen in the distance
Sea Cliff is located in San Francisco County
Sea Cliff
Sea Cliff
Location within San Francisco
 • Board of Supervisors Mark Farrell
 • State Assembly Fiona Ma (D)
 • State Senate Leland Yee (D)
 • U.S. House Nancy Pelosi[1]
 • Total 0.47 km2 (0.180 sq mi)
 • Land 0.47 km2 (0.180 sq mi)
 • Total 1,366
 • Density 2,928/km2 (7,583/sq mi)
ZIP Code 94121
Area code(s) 415

Sea Cliff (sometimes spelled Seacliff) is a neighborhood in northwestern San Francisco, California. It is known for its large houses and ocean views.


It is adjacent to the Pacific Ocean and Baker Beach, southwest of the Presidio of San Francisco and east of Lincoln Park.


Houses in the Sea Cliff neighborhood are large, and many offer impressive views of the Pacific Ocean, the Golden Gate Bridge and the Marin Headlands. A small public beach named China Beach is located in the neighborhood.

Some of the neighborhood's more famous current and past residents include Jefferson Airplane guitarist Paul Kantner, photographer Ansel Adams, comic actor Robin Williams, actress Sharon Stone, actor Eugene Levy, actor Cheech Marin, Gap founder Donald Fisher, Twitter founder Jack Dorsey and Metallica guitarist Kirk Hammett.

See also


  1. ^ "California's 12th Congressional District - Representatives & District Map". Civic Impulse, LLC. 
  2. ^ [1]

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