This is a magnificent modern loft in a converted industrial building. Located across the street from the new San Francisco baseball park and the main city train station, this place is perfect for work in the city, commuting down to Silicon Valley, or having a fantastic bay area vacation.
Inside this spacious, modern loft you can relax, work, or entertain. With blazing fast wireless Internet (50 megabits), a large desk, printer, scanner, and copier, you’ll find the loft much more productive than your office. This loft luxuriously furnished in a contemporary style and decorated with original artwork, antiques, and thick woolen carpets from New Zealand.
Distractions from work include two flat screen TVs with Premium cable TV channels and a gourmet kitchen with Bosch appliances, granite counters, all equipped down to the right details by a Cordon-Bleu-trained chef. A Bosch washer/dryer provides personal convenience, but a drycleaner is located within half a city block.
The neighborhood is loaded with amazing restaurants in unique industrial spaces. Not to mention San Francisco’s best night clubs. In the morning, you can sleep it off or take a jog along the Embarcadero.
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After a career in the IT industry and 30 years in Colorado, I moved to San Francisco four years ago.
I came to be with my new grandchildren, who live with their parents down in Silicon Valley, but I wanted an urban pad that would position me between my graduate studies at Berkeley and cute grandkids in Woodside. This was just the place and when I took a look at this loft, I knew it was perfect.
San Francisco is a very small big city. Or perhaps a big small city. The population and size are small, but it has the cultural attractions of much larger cities.
When I get the time, I love the symphony and the opera in San Francisco. I love cooking as well (something that's reinforced with two appreciative children and two adorable grandkids here). The farmer's market in the Ferry Building is a chef's paradise (provided you're not on a budget).
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|Refundable damage deposit||$500.00|
|In San Francisco stays longer than 30 days are tax free, so you may find it cheaper to book a full month than just 21-28 days. We cannot accept renters for less than 21 days at this property due to HOA regulations.|
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