The house can accommodate a maximum of six guests, and all bed and bath linens are provided.The master bedroom has a comfortable queen bed, TV, and a door that opens onto a private deck. The second bedroom also has a queen. In the living room, the couch has a queen-sized pull-out sofa bed. You can finding the bedding in the hall closet.
The kitchen is equipped with a gas stove and oven, refrigerator with freezer and ice maker, microwave, coffeemaker, dishwasher, toaster and blender. The kitchen was recently remodeled and has all new appliances. It contains just about every utensil, pot and pan a you'll need, as well as supplies such as paper towels, dishwashing soap, etc. Enjoy!
Please enjoy the library of books in the family room. There is also a privet outdoor patio just off the master bedroom. We are very family friendly! The house comes with a high chair and a pack n' play. The stairs have an optional child-proof gate, outlets and lower cupboards are protected, and no cleaning products are at child-level. We even have a special kid-sized table and chairs in the Living Room for dining or playtime.
This property is professionally managed by Loft and Garden Properties.
We are a luxury vacation rental management company specializing in unique Bay Area homes. We love living in San Francisco and enjoy sharing it with new friends.
The Ingleside neighborhood is an affluent neighborhood in the south western part of San Francisco, near City College. It is bordered by Ocean Avenue to the north, Ashton Avenue to the west, Lakeview Avenue to the south and Interstate 280 to the east. The Ingleside Library is located on Ocean Avenue at Plymouth, and the Bay Area Rapid Transit Balboa Park Station is at the edge of the neighborhood on Geneva Avenue at I-280 toward San Jose Ave. The neighborhood is served by 3 Muni rail lines and several bus lines. The commercial center of the neighborhood runs along Ocean Avenue, which offers a range of shopping and dining institutions. To the west there are approximately 750 homes built at the former location of the Ingleside Racetrack in the southwestern part of San Francisco. There is a large sundial/ located on Entrada Court, surrounded by oval-shaped Urbano Drive, which was once a horse race track. The main local event that occurs is the Annual Sundial Park Picnic, in which the local residents host bicycle, chariot, and wagon racing.