|Minimum Stay||2 nights|
This is a two level apartment with Golden Gate Bridge and Russian Hill/City views from the kitchen and living room. Located in a quiet very charming alley in the heart of Telegraph Hill and North Beach. Walking distance to major landmarks such as Coit Tower, Washington Square , cable car lines, Fisherman's wharf, Crookest Street, Chinatown, Union Square, Financial District, Embarcadero, Ferry's building, not to mention all the amazing restaurants such as Tony's Pizza, Original Joe's, Park Tavern, Stinking Rose, Rose Pistola...just to name a few...
It has 4 bedrooms, 2 1/4 bathrooms and 2 living room areas. The top floor has 2 large bedrooms (1 King/1 Queen bed) a split bath (sink, shower and tub in one room and toilet with second sink in another) and living room with eating area adjacent to the kitchen and equipped with a 40' HD flat screen TV.
Stairs down to the second level which features the 3rd bedroom with Queen bed, the 4th bedroom also with a Queen bed, a twin bed in an area separated by a curtain for privacy and a full bathroom PLUS a large living area with a fold out Futon, intended as a home theatre room and equipped with a 46' wide screen TV and DVD player plus a bonus dining area. There is lots of room to spread out and a dining table that sits up to 8 people comfortably.
All bedrooms are appointed with dressers and night stands. All bedrooms are appointed with dressers and night stands, mirrors etc.
This apartment is also fully furnished with high quality linen, artwork, and furniture to make your stay with us a real pleasure. It has been recently painted throughout and has charming architectural period details. Newly refinished softwood floors that add to its character. We have the apartment professionally cleaned before every reservation with no exception. So you will find this apartment to be absolutely spotless!
This is a Quintessential San Francisco apartment with truly an amazing location within North Beach/Telegraph Hill and on this charming alley! Close to all conveniences and loads of landmarks. Parking is also available at an extra cost.
Please see article featuring North Beach published by the San Francisco Chronicle below under 'Other Activities'.
This property is as charming as it gets with only two properties on the alley and given its proximity to everything the area has to offer at your door step, it is a wonderful place to be while seeing all that SF has to offer. There are wonderful views from the kitchen and upstairs living room.
Sinead here- just wanted to say thank you for giving us the opportunity to stay in your gorgeous home we will certainly be highly recommending it in our review. It is so centrally located and so comfortable. You have done such a great job.
We certainly have had an incredible 3 week holiday. Will be challenging going back to the routine of life in Sydney!
Published by the San Francisco Chronicle:
North Beach is that rare place - a neighborhood that manages to be a perennial hit with tourists, yet remains beloved by San Franciscans. It's best known as San Francisco's Little Italy, with its high density of check-clothed ristorantes, caffes and Old World delicatessens. It's also a popular pilgrimage for fans of the Beat movement seeking the old haunts of Kerouac and Ginsberg. However, North Beach is no relic as it has much to offer beyond pasta and poetry.
This vital neighborhood is home to some of the liveliest nightclubs and bars in town. Small boutiques carrying handmade clothing and imported goods dot the streets, particularly on upper Grant Avenue. Though Italian restaurants appear to dominate the dining scene, there are plenty of other good spots to try once you've had your fill of lasagna, with menus featuring Japanese, French and contemporary fusion cuisine. City Lights, original publisher of Allen Ginsberg's 'Howl,' is still one of the best bookstores in San Francisco, and founder Lawrence Ferlinghetti can sometimes be seen strolling the neighborhood.
Part of the old Barbary Coast, North Beach is steeped in the past - Grant Avenue itself is the oldest street in San Francisco. In the early days, North Point docks served as a gateway for immigrants from South America, Europe and the Australian penal colonies. It wasn't until the late 1800s that thousands of Italians made the area their stronghold and turned it into the local Latin Quarter. The Italian-American community can also be credited in part with protecting the neighborhood against the fire that swept the city after the 1906 earthquake. According to legend, some enterprising residents cracked open the barrels of red wine in their cellars and saved their houses by draping them with wine-soaked blankets. In more recent history, North Beach has produced some notable people, including baseball's great, Joe DiMaggio, who moved there at the age of one and grew up in a flat at Valparaiso and Taylor. Also, former San Francisco mayor Joseph Alioto was born in North Beach.
Whether prowling for historic landmarks, sampling house-roasted espressos, shopping, clubbing or chowing down, you'll find North Beach has plenty to offer for both a leisurely afternoon visit and a night on the town. Take a detour off the main drag of Columbus and you're likely to run across some unexpected treasure of a shop, restaurant or spectacular view that only this San Francisco gem-of-a-neighborhood could offer.
|Rate Period||Nightly||Weekend Night||Weekly||Monthly *||Event|
My Standard Rate
2 night minimum stay
|One Time Cleaning Fee||$250|
|Refundable damage deposit||$250|
|Property Damage Protection||$49|
Rates do vary sometimes due to number of people or available days left for a particular month or if in the heart of the busy season and holidays.
DECEMBER 18 - JANUARY 5 IS AT A FLAT RATE OF $550 PER NIGHT.
* Approximate monthly rate. Actual rate will depend on the days of the month you stay.
Payment is usually accepted in the quoted currency (USD) unless the currency and the amount is specifically agreed in advance with the owner / advertiser.