The southeast district of San Francisco is bordered on the north by Interstate 280 and the West by Highway 101 and 16th St. It is bordered on the east by the San Francisco Bay and on the south by San Francisco's the city limits. There are several micro-neighborhoods within this community as well as numerous public transportation routes, Caltrain, the Muni Metro and the regional Metro system, BART.
Smaller divisions located within the master community of Southeast San Francisco include Hunter Point, Portola Place, Vistacion Valley, Excelsior and Bayview. There are many things to do and see within this district including Vermont Street which is a lesser-known version of Lombard Street; Herons Head Park, a 24 acre restored wetland at the base of Hunters Point Power Plant; And Candlestick Point State Recreational Area. This is located right on the day and is a great place to spend the weekend with barbecue pits and a small fishing pier. The San Francisco 49ers also play at Candlestick Park and the Martin Luther King Jr. pool is a great facility to cool off as there are two indoor pools in a recently remodeled facility.
In addition to these landmarks there are also numerous restaurants, shops, cafés and bistros including the famous Roadhouse coffee company on 3rd Street, Joe's Cable Car restaurant and Goat Hill pizza at 300 Connecticut streets. Southeast San Francisco offers a variety of tourist attractions as well as local dives and hangouts. There are several high-rise, mid rise and lowrise condominium buildings from two unit buildings and complexes to over 100 unit high-rise properties along the bay. There's something for everyone in prices from $350,000 for smaller studio apartments up to $2 million for high-rise penthouse units offering stunning views of the park and the bay.
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