Discover Pacifica’s Neighborhood
Pacifica is known for its scenic beaches perfect for surfing and other water activities. Its headlands and hills give limitless opportunities for recreational activities for its locals. Though it’s just a small city, Pacifica has so many country and state parks.
The Pacifica neighborhood is quite small but interesting, consisting of several separate beach communities. It is no surprise to many frequent visitors of Pacifica that the Pacifica neighborhood has no town center; only small shopping centers and commercial areas. Houses normally far from the busy coast highways but are hidden along serene valleys, making the neighborhood quiet and peaceful.
Edgemar houses were built in the year 1940s though there are several Cliffside condominiums that were built over the years.
Pacifica Manor has this cozy feels because of the line of trees along the streets where houses built in the 40s and 50s are situated. There are also several apartments on the blufftops with the view pf the ocean.
Sitting above the hills of the Pacific Manor are Westview and Pacific Highlands. These communities offer valley and ocean views.
Known for its mobile home park, Sharp Park has a combination of modern houses and summer cottages. This place is also known for having narrow 1-way streets. Adding to the amenity of the place is a 1-mile beach boardwalk with fishing pier.
Adding extra beauty to the neighborhood is an 18-hole public golf course designed by golf architect Alexander McKenzie. Dubbed as the “poor man’s Pebble beach”, the public golf course is a favorite place of locals for relaxation and recreation.
Next is Fairway Point, this place is literally surrounded by the beauty of the nature with gold course on one side and ocean on the other. Most houses were built in the 50sbqns have been given major facelifts giving them the modern look.
Vallemar homes range from small bungalow and custom-built estate homes. This place is known for its tall trees that give the community that very rural vibe.
Rockaway beach, locals and tourists’ favorite area houses several restaurants, hotels and small shops making it a visitor’s center.
Pedro Point has peculiar houses suggestive of the ones in Carmel. This cute hillside neighborhood has narrow streets surrounded by cypress and pines.
Completing the list of the Pacifica neighborhood is Pacifica’s longest neighborhood, Linda Mar. It faces the well-loved beach in Pacifica which is the Pacifica State Beach.
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