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PACIFICA - Town vs. County Stats

Avg Price in PACIFICA: $1,273,900 / County Avg $2,892,900

22%

Avg Sq. Ft. in PACIFICA: 1,730 / County Avg 2,342

37%

Avg Price per/ft2 in PACIFICA: $736 / County Avg $1235

60%

Avg Walkscore in PACIFICA: 41 / County Avg 52

39%

Avg Year Built in PACIFICA: 1969 / County Avg 1967

50%

Avg Days on Website in PACIFICA: 21 / County Avg 51

21%

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Pacifica, California, in San Mateo county, is 5 miles SW of South San Francisco, California (center to center) and 11 miles S of San Francisco, California. It's bordered by the scenic Pacific Ocean and bluffs on the west and Sweeney Ridge to the east. The municipality features several scenic valleys. 50% of the city is dedicated open space. The community consists of numerous distinct neighborhoods. Residents can easily commute to San Francisco. The residents have majestic views.

The area was inhabited by the Ohlone and Costanoan Indians. Beginning in 1603 Mexican settlers created ranches in the area. In 1842 the Sanchez Adobe was constructed. Limestone removed from the Rockaway Beach area was transported by the Ocean Shore Railroad to help rebuild San Francisco after the devastating 1906 earthquake. The city was incorporated in 1957 by combining nine unincorporated communities.

Pacifica is a well known surfing location with Pacifica State Beach/Linda Mar Beach attracting a large number of surfers. The beautiful Rockaway Beach is popular for outdoor activities, dining and shopping. Nick's Seafood Restaurant is regarded as a Pacifica landmark. The city is a great place for mountain biking due to the numerous trails that traverse through the hillsides. Sweeney Ridge, located in the Golden Gate National Recreational Area is a major location for mountain bike riders. The beaches and Pacifica Pier are excellent fishing locations.

Hiking along the scenic beach areas is a popular activity. The hiking trails along the hillsides offer great views of the Pacific Ocean. Mori Point, San Pedro Valley County Park, the Milagra Ridge and Sanchez Adobe are recommended areas for hiking. Bean Hollow State Beach offers fishing, tide pools, areas for picnicking and a nature trail. The Burleigh H. Murray Ranch State Park is located in a scenic valley and includes a variety of wildlife.

Source: https://www.citytowninfo.com/places/california/pacifica