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Pacifica Real Estate

The City of Pacifica is spread along a six-mile 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.  The 2010 census reported a population of 37,234.

Pacifica is well known regionally for its great surfing.   It 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.  It 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.

Pacifica has a cool summer Mediterranean climate.  January temperatures range from 46ºF to 57°F and average September temperatures range from 54°F to 72°F.  Summer fogs often produce light drizzle in the night and morning hours. The southeastern portions of the municipality, such as Park Pacifica, are known to be much sunnier than the rest of the city.

There are 12 distinct neighborhoods. The average sales price of Single Family Homes in Pacifica in 2019 was $1,131,930.