Lovely Victorian 2 bedroom apartment in the heart of NorthBeach, San Francisco's most interesting and desirable neighborhood. Easy walking distance to Coit Tower, the Crooked Street, Fisherman's Wharf, Ghirardelli Square, The Cannery, Pier 39 and the sea lions, Aquatic Park and Washington Square Park. An equally easy walk to the famous cafés, clubs and Italian restaurants of North Beach, and to Chinatown’s bargains including exotic herbalists, imported gifts and all varieties of Asian restaurants.
The newly renovated kitchen with slate counter tops and new appliances is fully stocked. Fresh linens and towels, hardwood floors, cozy furniture and 11 foot ceilings gives the apartment a comfortable and spacious feel. As the bottom apartment on a fairly flat street it makes coming and going effortless.
Lots of games and books available in the house. Easy access to coin operated laundry one block away.
Neighborhood: NORTH BEACH North Beach (Little italy) is a great location, very safe and you can walk to Downtown and Union Square, Ferry Building, the Embarcadero area and of course Fisherman's Warf only a few blocks away. Coit Tower is just 3 blocks away.
There are cable cars nearby, numerous world renowned restaurants, shops and, for the more adventurous, bike, Go Cart and Segway rentals. Trader Joes and Safeway are both only three blocks away.
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Keywords: North Beach Vacation Rental. Two bedroom and one bathroom comfortable and perfect located apartment in North Beach. Walking distance to everywhere.
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Location, location, location. This property is located in the best area of San Francisco: North Beach within walking distance to the best San Francisco has to offer.
There is so much colorful history bound up in North Beach, and so much going on, it's hard for even the most cynical resident not to appreciate the crackling mix of restaurants, bars, coffee shops, bakeries, nightclubs, and book shops. The real gems in North Beach are the places that you hardly notice when you're passing by. If they have an attention-getting exterior, and especially if they have a 'greeter' or hired musician out front, you can be pretty sure that they're trying so hard to get you inside because they can't compete based on quality or reputation.
Before the augmentation of the coastline, North Beach was actually just that - the beach at the northernmost edge of San Francisco, known then as the Barbary Coast. Italian immigrants came in large numbers during the later 1800s, and began setting up the scene that is reflected in today's version of the neighborhood.
How To Get There: Walking up Grant Street and Chinatown from Union Square is the most common way for visitors to reach North Beach. The 20 and 41 Muni bus lines from Sacramento Street at Davis, just west of Embarcadero Center, also go directly there. Parking around North Beach can be tricky, but it's usually easier if you overshoot and look for a space around the northern end of Columbus, closer the Chestnut. There is also a parking garage on Vallejo Street between Powell and Stockton.