Welcome to Pacific Manor
Embrace the harmonious blend of seaside serenity and vibrant community life in Pacifica's cherished neighborhood.
Located on the north end of Pacifica, Pacific Manor is not just a neighborhood; it's a lifestyle choice for those who cherish coastal living combined with a strong sense of community. Situated between Edgemar and Sharp Park, Pacific Manor offers a scenic retreat from the usual hustle and bustle of Bay Area life.
The streets of Pacific Manor are a showcase of diverse architectural beauty, from charming homes dating back to the 1940’s and 50’s to contemporary designs that echo modern elegance. Residents and visitors are welcomed by quiet and cozy, tree-lined streets, creating an idyllic setting for young families and retirees alike. The neighborhood not only offers a picturesque backdrop but also provides a safe and serene environment for children to play and grow.
What to Love
- The ability to walk to the oceanfront bluffs and beach, offering expansive views out to the Pacific Ocean via the Esplanade Beach Overlook Trail.
- A vibrant, tight-knit community that thrives on connection and mutual support.
- Accessibility to both natural wonders and urban conveniences.
People & Lifestyle
Living in Pacific Manor offers a relaxing coastal community with exceptional connectivity to San Francisco and the rest of the Peninsula. With easy access to major freeways like Highway 1 and Skyline Boulevard leading to I-280, residents enjoy both the tranquility of coast and the convenience of urban accessibility. It’s a neighborhood that appeals broadly, with many people drawn to its blend of suburban peace, walkability, and strong community engagement.
Dining, Shopping, & Entertainment
In the heart of Pacific Manor, the Pacific Manor Shopping Center stands as a vibrant center of commerce and social interaction, offering a blend of both local and branded shopping options, including a Safeway. The culinary scene in Pacific Manor is just as diverse, ranging from the cozy comforts of the Chit-Chat Café to various family-friendly restaurants, each serving a slice of the neighborhood's diverse tastes. Camelot Fish & Chips has been serving authentic English food since 1969. Mazzetti's Bakery, a long-time family business, adds a touch of local tradition and sweetness. Nearby, you'll find practical amenities like Ace Hardware, a 24 Hour Fitness gym, and Anderson's Swim School, catering to the community’s daily needs.
An event that captures the essence of the broader Pacifica community, and is enjoyed by residents of Pacific Manor, is the Annual Pacific Coast Fog Fest in downtown Sharp Park.This festival celebrates Pacifica's coastal community with a weekend full of fun. It features live music stages, numerous vendor and food booths, a kids' fun zone, and more.
For those interested in exploring more of Pacifica's local events and festivities, a comprehensive list can be found on Visit Pacifica’s Upcoming events page. This resource offers insight into the myriad activities and celebrations that define the vibrant community life in Pacifica, including the charming Pacific Manor.
Things to Do
Pacific Manor is a gateway to a plethora of outdoor activities and natural exploration. The trails of Mori Point
invite hikers and nature enthusiasts to soak in spectacular ocean views, while the nearby Pacifica Pier and Sharp Park Beach
offer a tranquil escape for walking, jogging, fishing, surfing, and beachgoing. The neighborhood’s parks, including the popular Pacific Manor-Edgemar Park
, are community favorites for recreational sports, picnics, and social gatherings. Visit our Pacifica web page
for more about this amazing coastal getaway in the heart of the Bay Area.
Education in Pacific Manor is top-notch, with schools known for their academic excellence and innovative programs, including:
- Sunset Ridge Elementary School, K-5, highly rated public elementary school
- Ocean Shore School, K-8, highly rated public elementary and middle school
- Ingrid B. Lacy Middle School, 6-8, highly rated public middle school
Note that the Pacifica School District uses a lottery system for placement, so children may go to a school in a different neighborhood.