This is the home you think of when you think of North Beach…but with parking.
This unique and charming 2 bedroom 1 bath home in the heart of North Beach features the following;
A large Tuscan-influenced eat-in-kitchen with unique acid etched terra cotta concrete counter tops, gas stove, farmers sink, Bosch dishwasher and stainless steel fridge that looks out into a small greenhouse.
Hardwood floors throughout. (Stereo speaker system and Wifi also throughout.)
Two tastefully furnished bedrooms with brand new hotel quality mattresses and linens. (In fact, most everything in the house is new.)
A fully renovated bathroom with Italian tile, double sink, waterfall bath faucet, oversized shower head, Jacuzzi tub, and a stained glass window for a wonderful mood-altering soak.
A formal living room with wood fireplace, balcony and incredible view of the Golden Gate Bridge, the city and the bay. (Also in the living room: Plasma Big screen TV, Comcast Cable/On Demand movies and a huge DVD library)
The upstairs roof-deck boasts one of the best views in the city: The Golden Gate Bridge, the bay, all of North Beach, Russian hill, The Financial district, the Transamerica building, and beyond. And behind you…Coit Tower. A glass of wine at sunset with the feint sound of foghorns, church bells and the Pier 39 sea lions is a must.
When you step out of the house you’ll find out fast why we have a walking score of 95/100.
We’re literally two blocks from Coit Tower. One block from Grant Street, the heart of North Beach’s Italian restaurant, café’s and bar scene. (A morning stroll to historic Café Trieste is another must) Washington Square Park is two blocks away at the base of beautiful St. Peter and Paul Church.
Just a few blocks more in a variety of directions are: Chinatown, Ghirardelli Square, Columbus Street, the crooked street of Lombard, The Ferry Building and its farmers market, The Financial distract, and of course, Fisherman’s Wharf (an easy seven blocks) with ferries to Alcatraz and the boutique towns of Sausalito and Tiburon.)
A little further out: Union Square; 1.3 miles. SF MOMA; 1.6 miles. Pac Bell Park; 2.7 Golden Gate Bridge; 4.9 miles.
Pac-and-play on request. Available year round for vacation or corporate rental stays.
Hi everyone, my name is Gina. My husband Mark and I are thrilled to get to share our home with people from all over the world. I grew up in Colorado and Las Vegas, my husband is a native of the Bay Area, but we're both San Franciscans for life now. We were sad to move out of our home to get some extra bedrooms, but we're so glad to be able to offer it to people to enjoy while staying in San Francisco.
We had rented all over the city but there was only one place we wanted to buy. North Beach. The history, the culture, the music and restaurants the people--neighbors and tourists both--all combine to create an incredible place to live.
The location was exciting...steps away from Grant Street and it's cafe's, nightlife and restaurants. And the house was charming, but needed some work. (We've since completely remodeled the kitchen and bathroom) But it was the roof deck that sold us. We knew it was ours as soon as we stepped foot into that view.