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Homes for Sale in Pacifica CA

Pacifica is located just 12 miles south of San Francisco along the scenic coast of the Pacific Ocean. Known for its natural beauty, Pacifica is filled with numerous hiking trails through rolling hills that overlook the ocean surf and forested canyons. Rich in history, beauty and community spirit - Pacifica has something for everyone!

Pacifica is divided into roughly twelve distinct neighborhoods from north to south:

  1. Fairmont
  2. Westview
  3. Pacific Manor
  4. Edgemar
  5. Sharp Park
  6. Fairway Park
  7. Vallemar
  8. Rockaway Beach
  9. Pedro Point
  10. Linda Mar
  11. Sun Valley
  12. Park Pacifica

6 Results Days on Site (new to old)
$1,098,000 New For Sale
501 Farallon Ave
3 beds, 2 baths | Single Family Home
2,032 sq ft, 11252 sq ft lot
$1,050,000 New For Sale
835 Cape Breton Dr
3 beds, 2 baths | Single Family Home
1,410 sq ft, 9100 sq ft lot
$1,499,950 For Sale
2081 Beach Blvd
2 beds, 2 baths | Single Family Home
1,350 sq ft, 4199 sq ft lot
$810,000 For Sale
244 Marina Way
3 beds, 2 baths | Single Family Home
1,050 sq ft, 5001 sq ft lot
$899,000 For Sale
106 Amapola Ave
2 beds, 2 baths | Single Family Home
830 sq ft, 4800 sq ft lot
$1,888,000 For Sale
1228 Oakwood Ct
4 beds, 3 full, 1 partial baths | Single Family Home
4,660 sq ft, 16200 sq ft lot
Listings 1-6 out of 6

The City of Pacifica is spread along a six mile (10 km) stretch of coastal beaches and hills in north central California. The city comprises several small valleys spread between Sweeney Ridge in the east, Montara Mountain to the south, and the Pacific Ocean's rocky bluffs to the west.

Pacifica is well known regionally as a popular surfing destination. Surfers and families often visit Linda Mar Beach. Rockaway Beach is a scenic location and offers recreation, shopping and dining. 2005 marked the opening of the top ranked Pacifica Skateboard Park. Pacifica is also a popular mountain biking destination, with many trails crossing the hillsides that surround the city, including Pedro Mountain Road, Sweeney Ridge, and areas of the Golden Gate National Recreation Area. Fishermen frequent the local beaches and the Pacifica Pier, often catching Striped Bass and Salmon. Pacifica is also a popular place to hike, with many trails that wind along the beaches and bluffs, including Mori Point, San Pedro Valley County Park, the Sanchez Adobe, and Milagra Ridge. For live local theater and performing arts, Pacifica Spindrift Players is a local and popular favorite, in addition to Pacifica Performances which regularly provides both musical presentations and performing arts as well.

Pacifica is also home to the Sharp Park Golf Course, which was designed in 1931 by architect Alister MacKenzie. The world class bromeliad nursery, Shelldance Orchid Gardens is located just off Highway 1 in Pacifica, adjacent to the Sweeney Ridge hiking trailhead.