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Pacifica is located in the state of California and a city in San Mateo County that lies in-between San Francisco and the Half Moon Bay. The city spreads its limits along the stretches of the coastal beaches and the hills that are present in the northern-central part of California. There are several small valleys that extend and spreads between Sweeney Ridge in the eastern side, by the Montara Mountain to the south, and by the Pacific Ocean’s rocky bluffs on the western side. Pacifically is famous regionally as a popular destination for those seeking surfing spots. Most surfers and families often visit Linda Mar Beach located in the city. It also has a scenic location that offers both recreation and shopping. Aside from its beaches, Pacifica is also a popular destination for mountain biking because of its trails that are crossing the hillsides that surround the city. The city encompasses several small valleys tucked between the Montara Mountain in the south, Sweeney Ridge in the east, and the rocky bluffs of the Pacific Ocean in the west. Pacifica is home to more than 39,100 people, and around 68% of them own their residence. The city’s median home value is $740,700, which is significantly higher than the national average of $184,700. Most of the locals have a liberal outlook in life. Pacifica is a great place to live in with its above average public schools, myriad of scenic destinations, and charming suburban feel. Tourists visit Pacifica for its breathtaking seaside sights and exciting activities. The coastal city is regionally known not only as a top surfing hot spot but also as a mountain biking destination. Must-see places include the Pacifica State Beach, Mori Point, Gray Whale Cove State Beach, San Pedro Valley Park, and Sweeney Ridge Trail. Laid-back vacationers will find solace in the city’s diverse shopping centers and dining options.

Home Prices

1,258,954 +16%
1,096,550 +5%

Relative Price (per sqft.)

815 +14%


36 +6%
48 +50%

Market Duration

25 +22%
Population 38,606 (0.50%)
House Size (sqft.) 1,324 (-4.63%)