Daly City House Rental Photos and Description
One of the oldest and most beautiful San Francisco Grand Victorians. Nestled in the hamlet village of Glen Park in SF and easy access via BART to The Mission (1 stop-3 minutes), Downtown (3 stops-10 minutes) and Embarcadero (5 Stops-15 minutes). 3 formal bedrooms including a large lovely master bedroom, large guest bedroom with garden view and cosy twin size bedroom. One additional spare bedroom in a converted recording studio with twin bed. One pull out sleeper chair in living room. Sleeps a total of 7 maximum.
Exquisite geographic inlaid floor, wainscotting and wedding cake ceiling. A formal majestic dining room and killer modern kitchen designed for the serious cook. Wood Wainscott bathroom, marble sink with claw tooth Victorian bath Lovely garden with deck and upper seating area. Single car garage. Glen Park is a desirable neighborhood with great restaurants, coffee shops, markets and services. The house is 2 blocks from BART station.
About Victor Friedberg
I'm a transplanted New Yorker who has been living in SF for 15 years. At present I've founded an organization called LAUNCH that identifies global challenges and accelerates in the market innovative, game changing companies and organizations who are addressing those challenges. Previously I was an Executive Director at WIRED, as well as an entrepreneur with some start-ups under my belt.
I love great cities, food, architecture and design. I travel often for both work and pleasure and enjoy a global community of friends and associates. Favorite places: NYC, family place in The Hamptons, Chicago, Barcelona, Stockholm, Amsterdam, Tokyo,
When in SF I enjoy flea markets, dinner parties with friends, farmers market at The Ferry Building on Saturday
Victor Friedberg purchased this house in 2007
Why Victor Friedberg chose Daly City
If you are looking for a truly unique property in SF that is authentic SF Victorian. This house is special. The house has history. It was built in 1880 in a completely different section of SF. Then around 1900 and before the Great Earthquake and Fire it was moved in its entirety to the Glen Park section of SF. It was moved (I suspect) to be a model home in a new real estate development in Glen Park. The development was being done by Behrend Joost 'The Father of South West San Francisco'. It is clear that someone cared deeply about this house to design it with such detail as well to have moved it piece by piece to this location.
The house is exquisitely appointed with exquisite furniture, plush beds and bedding, and Victorian claw foot bath. Modern conveniences of a chef's kitchen, 3 cable TVs, security alarm, and wireless internet.
Nice views from master bedroom of SF hills which with its east direction will have the sun and moon rising over the hill every day.
Relaxing garden with Palms, seating and flowers.
Conveniently located for easy access to The Mission, Potrero Hill, and Downtown.