About the North Beach Hideaway
* 3 bedroom (or 2 bedrooms + Living room)
* Central! Perfect Location for work or adventure
* At the intersection of North Beach and Chinatown
* Minutes from Fisherman's Wharf, Union Station & Downtown
* Kitchen & Dining for 6
* Quiet bedrooms with comfortable beds
* Wonderful Details and Decor
** Prices include 15% San Francisco Hotel Tax
Welcome to the North Beach Hideaway located at Green St and Columbus Ave. Whether you are in San Francisco for sight-seeing, work or visiting friends and family, you will appreciate having a home-away-from-home that is so incredibly located. Walk out the front door and you’re in Little Italy. Go around the corner and you enter Chinatown. Or wander to the left and enjoy the views from Russian Hill.
Everything is in walking distance!
* Coit Tower & Telegraph Hill - 10 minute walk
* Transamerica Building & Financial District - 10 min walk
* Fisherman’s Warf & Ghirardelli Square - 15 min walk
* Lombard Street - 15 min walk
* Exploratorium, Ferry Building & Embarcadero - 15 min walk
* Alcatraz Ferry & Pier 39 - 15 min walk
* Union Square & Downtown Shopping - 15 min walk
* Moscone Convention Center - 20 min walk
* SFMOMA and Yerba Buena Center - 20 min walk
You are minutes from both the America's Cup or watching the phenomenal Bay Lights on the bridge (the world’s largest LED light sculpture, 1.8 miles wide and 500 feet high) from Pier 7!
Enjoy a historic residence with modern comforts
The North Beach Hideaway is the second floor of a building constructed in 1907 after the San Francisco earthquake and fires of 1906. From the hustle and bustle of the San Francisco streets, you'll step inside the building, go up a spiral staircase to the front door of your beautiful Hideaway. In front of you is a hallway. There are 3 rooms to your left along this hallway and 2 closets on the right. Open the door to the first room. It can be a living room in which you lounge, unwind, and converse. Or it can be set up as a private bedroom if you would prefer, with the couch converted to a queen bed with a memory foam topper. Given that this is a separate room with a door, this bedroom enjoys the same privacy as the other two. The second room down the hall has a brand new, queen-sized, eco-friendly memory foam Keetsa mattress – the Tea Leaf Supreme. The third room has a queen-sized pillow top mattress and striking red-orange bed frame - slightly reminiscent of the Golden Gate Bridge.
At the end of the hall is a sun-filled kitchen and dining area. The kitchen has a gas range and oven, full-sized fridge, and various kitchen tools to make home-cooked meals. (Whether you check out the abundance of produce markets around the corner in Chinatown, gather cheeses and meats from Molinari Delicatessen on Columbus, grab some organic produce on Grant Ave a few blocks away, or choose to walk to Trader Joes or Safeway - you are surrounded by delicious ingredients!) The dining table as pictured is set for 4 but has seating for 6. The bright dining area is a wonderful place to enjoy some coffee and breakfast before heading out for the day. Or feel free to convert the dining table to a work space, and take advantage of the litany of restaurants, cafes and bars in all directions!!
As mentioned above, this is a 1907 building and has some unique features that have been added over the last 100 years. Walk through the kitchen to a small room with windows to the ceiling. This converted porch was once used for drying clothes and now has the bathroom sink and vanity. Through another door is the bathroom with a toilet and shower/bath. This may not be your usual bathroom experience, but you are visiting San Francisco after all and will get a glimpse of the historic nature of SF homes.