Richmond District Apartment Rental Photos and Description
2 bedroom, 2 Bath Post Victorian Beauty Now Includes Parking
This large apartment has been completely updated yet retains many Victorian features from 1900 to ensure a pleasurable vacation. Parking for a compact or medium size car is now included. The apartment has been recently remodeled to provide high end appliances and finishes. The apartment is centrally located, close to public transit, the Presidio National Park, Golden Gate Park, shopping, dining, many museums, beaches, and the Golden Gate Bridge.
The upper apartment, which shares many of the same features as this apartment (except for a third bedroom) was recently featured on the TV show Sweet Retreats, which link is below.
Sutro Park & Sutro Bath Ruins
The Cliff House
Legion of Honor Museum
Golden Gate Park
California Academy of Sciences
De Young Museum
Japanese Tea Garden
Beach Chalet and Park Chalet
Windmills and the Queen Wilhelmina Tulip Garden
Lincoln Park Golf Course
The Golden Gate Bridge
San Francisco Zoo
- Long-term Renters Welcome
- children welcome
- non smoking only
- pets not allowed
- wheelchair inaccessible
About Malu Soderquist
We have lived in San Francisco since 1983 and love its diversity and excitement. I am a local attorney and own my firm. My wife Malu and I love raising our 2 children here in this wonderful city. Malu graduated from one of Switzerland's top hotel management schools where she managed 5 star hotels. We live across the street from this vacation property and love our neighborhood.
Malu Soderquist purchased this apartment in 1997
Why Malu Soderquist chose Richmond District
This is a great neighborhood, mostly consisting of families in one and two unit buildings. It is extremely quiet at night, remarkable for being in the center of a vibrant city, where the bars and restaurants are only a 5 minute walk away.
What makes this apartment unique
This is a pretty home, with some lovely built ins and details. Constructed in 1908, just a few years after the 1906 earthquake, it sits on what was once sand dunes stretching down to Ocean Beach, 3 miles away. A few hundred feet away is a marker showing the spot in 1776 where the first Spaniards camped when they first came to San Francisco to establish Mission Dolores. In this relatively small city of 700,000 there is a world class ballet, symphony and theater. Exhilarating hiking and biking trails surround the Bay, and there is access to every sport and leisure activity. The highly rated restaurants vie with the lesser known but exciting eateries. We love our city and hope you will too!