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Pacific Heights
In this elegant neighborhood you'll find multi-million dollar Victorian homes and stunning views of the Bay and the Golden Gate Bridge. It's generally a quiet, residential area. Driving the hills of Pacific Heights can be breathtaking. The homes are gorgeous, the views are stunning and the streets are incredibly steep.

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