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Peek Inside Sea Cliff, the Exclusive Neighborhood Where Jack Dorsey’s $30 Million Estate is Located

San Francisco is not just a diverse place in terms of population. It also boasts of having a variety of scenery and landscape. Just outside its urban landscape lies the exclusive neighborhood of Sea Cliff, where San Francisco-based tech entrepreneurs like Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey escape to get away from the hustle and bustle of the city.

Coveted Location

StreetAdvisor: A view of the Golden Gate Bridge from one of Sea Cliff’s streets

The aptly-named neighborhood is located in the northwestern part of the city and is built on a cliff that overlooks scenic views of the Golden Gate Bridge and the Pacific Ocean.

That said, Sea Cliff has become a coveted neighborhood for people who want the peace of living in suburbia without actually leaving the city. What’s more, its location gives its residents the ability to connect with nature thanks to its landscape and nearness to the water.

It’s no wonder that the number of people flocking to live there has also driven up the price of houses there. In fact, some of the most expensive homes in all of San Francisco can be found in the exclusive neighborhood.

Notable Residents

PopularImages/Deposit Photos: The late comedian Robin Williams was a long-time resident of Sea Cliff and kept a home located on its main street

Not surprisingly, Sea Cliff has also attracted high-profile residents throughout the years. Among its most famous homeowners include the likes of movie star Sharon Stone, legendary landscape photographer Ansel Adams, and comedic actor Eugene Levy.

One of Sea Cliff’s most prominent residents at the moment is Dorsey, who keeps a $30 million compound in the neighborhood. His estate is made of two homes he bought separately in 2012 and 2018.

Dorsey’s residence is reportedly located on a cliffside and overlooks the Pacific Ocean.

The average home in Sea Cliff costs $4.2 million, which is much more than the median home price of $1.45 million in the rest of San Francisco.

Suburban Vibe

RSKS/Deposit Photos: The neighborhood’s streets and walkways are noticeably narrower than what can be seen in the city

The lavish homes found in Sea Cliff is a contrast to the suburban vibe that its street design displays. Among its most notable features are the trees that line the neighborhood’s roads.

Walking its streets, you might notice that not a lot of people roam around. You can expect to see contractors and landscapers hard at work keeping the homes in top shape though.

Sea Cliff’s main thoroughfare is El Camino del Mar, where you’ll find houses that befit its Spanish name. Homes on the street notably have red-brocked porches and Spanish tile roofing.

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