Make your stay memorable while living in home that is part of San Francisco's architectural history--the beautiful Oakley House. This historic townhouse is in a landmarked 2-unit building built in 1886 located in the Noe Valley neighborhood. Excellent restaurants & shops are a short walk. The townhouse is furnished with style and comfort in mind. There are two upper floor bedrooms; the master bedroom has a working fireplace. The second bedroom has access to a balcony and deck with views of Twin Peaks. The upper story bathroom has a shower glass by artist Dorothy Lenehan. A study has a comfortable sofa & flat screen TV. The first floor has 11' ceilings and tall arched windows. The living room and dining room each have a marble fireplace. There is access to a small garden & deck with potted lemon trees from the gourmet kitchen. Antiques & modern furnishings offer beauty & comfort. Garage available. Cheese, wine, fresh produce & some of San Francisco's best fresh bread is just a stroll away.
Owners are husband and wife who live in the same building (the building is two townhouses).