Noe Valley Apartment Rental Photos and Description
1 bedroom w/queen bed, can sleep single or double only, 1 full bathroom
Enjoy a vacation at San Francisco's first and only farmstay!
Aunt Em's Urban Inn+Farm is a newly constructed homey one-bedroom apartment that adjoins a beautiful working farm. Private entrance on ground floor of a gorgeous historic 1895 Italianate Victorian home. FREE WiFi AND FREE Hi-Def Internet TV (Netflix, etc.). Includes a front living room/office, full designer tiled bathroom with antique mirror, beautiful granite countertop, tub/shower, and a large sunny farm-facing rear bedroom eating/sitting area with queen bed.
Located in a safe area, our neighborhood has a small village atmosphere with a recreation center, tennis court, playground/park only a block away.
Walking distance to trolley/bus lines, restaurants, cafes, shops. Street parking is easy.
We mean green!
Our garden gets the benefit of our compost. Paper, glass, plastic is all recycled. We don’t use chemicals on our garden, or to clean. Linens, towels, robes are all natural fibers.
See our website at www.emsinn.com
Urban Farm: We offer you a quiet oasis that is a working mini-farm. In our Mediterranean climate, we grow veggies, herbs, greens and flowers year-round. We have a mini-orchard for seasonal fruit.
The pond with goldfish is a relaxing spot to sit and watch birds, butterflies, squirrels and dragonflies flit by. Bees visit the flowering fruit trees in spring – so many the whole tree buzzes! You’ll even spy the occasional egret, great blue heron or red-tailed hawk. San Francisco isn’t just about Pier 39 sea lions. You’d never think you were in a big city!
FREE Services: FREE WiFi for your convenience. Bring your laptop to connect.
FREE Internet TV - Netflix, Pandora, and many other channels on our upgraded Hi-Def flat screen TV. Enjoy!
- pets not allowed
- children welcome
- wheelchair inaccessible
- non smoking only
- Low Allergen Environment
- Long-term Renters Welcome
Guestbook comments from the owner
We just got reviewed by the Travel section in the SF Chronicle - check it out!