Near a high street (shopping area), my home is located close to USF, grocery, shopping, restaurants, cafes and major bus lines.
Golden Gate Park is within easy walking distance and offers plenty to do, including bike riding and rollerblading (bike and rollerblade rental shops are three blocks away).
Within Golden Gate Park’s 1,017 acres you’ll discover gardens, playgrounds, lakes, picnic groves, trails, and monuments, plus an array of cultural venues, events, and activities.
Best known for its world-class attractions – the de Young Museum, the California Academy of Sciences and the Conservatory of Flowers – the east end of Golden Gate Park is a great place to spend an afternoon even if you can’t afford any admission tickets. Rich in history and filled with gardens, statues, memorials and vistas, this end of the park offers experiences as light-hearted as a carousel ride and as sobering as a visit to the National AIDS Memorial Grove.
Don’t want to rent a car? No problem – my property is one block from the N Judah metro line (and a Zip Car station is three blocks away).
In addition to the local Cole Valley retail shops (one block away), the vibrant Haight Ashbury and Inner Sunset (Irving Street) dining and shopping areas are just steps away.
Easy walk or three stops on the Metro to UCSF, with great commute connections to Stanford and Berkeley. Going east on the metro it’s 20 minutes to the ball park (home of the World Champion SF Giants!) and 12 minutes to Union Square (more great shopping); going west it’s 15 minutes to Ocean Beach.
20 minutes and and an easy public transportation commute to Fisherman's Wharf and Pier 39.