Sea Cliff, San Francisco
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|Neighborhood of San Francisco|
|• Supervisor||Mark Farrell|
|• Assemblymember||Phil Ting (D)|
|• State Senator||Scott Wiener (D)|
|• U. S. Rep.||Nancy Pelosi (D)|
|• Total||0.37 km2 (0.143 sq mi)|
|• Land||0.37 km2 (0.143 sq mi)|
|• Density||2,510/km2 (6,490/sq mi)|
|ZIP Code||94121, 94129|
|GNIS feature ID||1655550|
Sea Cliff (sometimes spelled Seacliff) is a neighborhood in northwestern San Francisco, California. It is known for its large houses and ocean views. Sea Cliff is one of eight master-planned residence parks in San Francisco; its master plan was developed by landscape architect Mark Daniels.
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, Metallica guitarist Kirk Hammett, real estate mogul Clinton Reilly, real estate/casino tycoon Luke Brugnara, San Francisco Giants CEO Larry Baer, environmental activist and political donor Tom Steyer and hedge fund investor George Soros.
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