|Minimum Stay||3 - 4 nights|
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A peaceful and light filled retreat in San Francisco: Curl up and read your book. Enjoy a cup of coffee while you look at the view. Watch the sun set in the distance at the horizon over Ocean's Beach. Listen to your iPod, bring your own laptop and use our wireless internet. Have this home as your base as you explore all that San Francisco has to offer!
Great afternoon sun and natural light
Great space with views
Shared Outdoor Courtyard
A leisurely walk to Golden Gate Park (De Young, Cal Academy, Japanese Tea Gardens, Botanical Gardens, Playgrounds, Buffalo, and so much more). Time your visit just right and be walking distance to one of the amazing and sometimes FREE music festivals such as Hardly Strictly Bluegrass.
Features: Hardwood floors, 2 people can comfortably sleep in the queen bedroom & 2 people can sleep on the full sized bed in the 2nd bedroom. There is also a twin bed in a small extra room/ office for 1 person without any doors (however, there are curtains in the doorways in lieu of doors). And, a couch in the living room. The bathroom was just renovated with a shower over tub, two side-by-side sinks and a washer/ dryer in the closet. High speed wireless Internet, just bring your laptop to access movies and shows online.
This flat is in a three unit building with a separate entry door.
The flat is on the top floor up 2 flights of stairs.
Parking is limited to street parking, but is fairly easy in our neighborhood.
N Judah Line (1 block away) - straight ride to downtown area.
UCSF Medical Center
Golden Gate Park
9th & Irving - Inner Sunset (boutiques, restaurants)
Grand View Park (small 360 view hilltop park)
Mt. Sutro Park (wooded trails behind UCSF)
20th & Irving - Central Sunset (Asian food)
Andronico's (gourmet grocery store - 4 blocks away)
Variety of local restaurants (Cafes, Japanese/ Sushi, Brunch, Peruvian, Ethiopian, Italian/ Pizza, Local Brewery, Thai, Vietnamese, Vegetarian, Mexican, and so much more)
For those whose shoes were made for walking -
Walk to other nearby neighborhoods - Cole Valley, Haight Ashbury, Ocean's Beach, explore every trail of Golden Gate Park (larger than NYC's Central Park!), the Panhandle, the local and trendy restaurants in NOPA (North of the Panhandle), and more.
Bike lanes are on Kirkham Ave. and throughout the city for those who enjoy exploring on wheels! Bikes not provided, but are available for rent at various locations throughout the city.
I am from Atlanta, GA and my husband is from the Bay of Islands, New Zealand. After attending Trinity College in Hartford, Connecticut, I worked in Australia and traveled in New Zealand where I met my husband! We love San Francisco and our light filled and peaceful apartment. We have recently relocated to Sonoma County to raise our growing family and enjoy coming into the city periodically to walk the neighborhoods we know so well.
Anne McGinty purchased this apartment in 2008
We originally lived in the Inner Sunset, then moved to Pacific Heights (which is also a great neighborhood, but with a completely different feel) and ended up moving back to the Inner Sunset. The Inner Sunset has a great location and is a wonderful neighborhood for living like the locals do. There are local restaurants for every budget from $-$$$$. And, we love being near Golden Gate Park because we enjoy the green space on a much more regular basis when it's right there!
We fell in love with the view and how light and airy the place feels. Sometimes the Inner Sunset feels like one of the undiscovered neighborhoods of the city - it's GREAT and recently some very established boutiques and restaurants have decided to join this increasingly popular spot. The Inner Sunset is the main neighborhood for anyone working at UCSF, including new interns and residents! It's down to earth and you can grab a burrito for $5, but it also has some of the best award-winning restaurants in town including Ebisu (Japanese) and Marnee (Thai). Soon to open is a Nopalito (Mexican) and Pasion (Peruvian in the Fresca Restaurant family) are great date spots for a slightly pricier dinner. We love the peace and quiet with the close proximity to the boutiques and restaurants... It makes for a great walk home after dinner.
This was the perfect place for our family of 5 to stay while visiting San Francisco for 4 days! We loved having it as our "home base" after touring the city all day. It was super convenient to public transportation and easy to navigate with a rental car as well. It's just minutes from the Golden Gate Park and Ocean Beach (we walked to the park!). There are also many wonderful restaurants within walking distance (plus a grocery store!). The apartment was spacious and had everything we needed. While we only ate breakfast there, the kitchen had everything we needed. The parking was a little tricky, but it became a game for our boys to find a "spot" for us to park. We really did enjoy this area of San Francisco and this apartment made our stay in the city a very memorable one.
We stayed in this apartment for 5 nights. A true home away from home. The apartment is spacious and the location is perfect. Fantastic views of the ocean and the city centre. Close to the park and the local neighbourhood is great with gooed connections with either public transport or with your car. We traveled with our two teenagers and they enjoyed it, however the smallest (third) bedroom did not have enough darkening curtains. That can be improved. Also the outside of the windows could benefit from a rinse.
We would recommend this property to everyone. A truly great way to stay in San Francisco.
We enjoyed this light and airy apartment so much. Our only complaint would be that it is so pleasant and the views so great that it's tempting just to stay at 'home'! Coming 'home' is pretty much always going to be uphill and up some very steep stairs - but definitely worth the effort, provided you're fit. :-) Downtown San Francisco was easily accessible via the frequent MUNI and local shops and cafes are a short walk away.
Ashley, the property manager, was easy to deal with and very responsive. The apartment was spacious and well suited our needs for 5 people.
The property was exactly as described in the listing and the whole booking process worked very well.
The apartment was very clean and it was great to have a laundry, very well equipped kitchen (loved the sharp knives thanks) and little extra touches such as a wireless printer.
There are lots of shops and restaurants a short walk away but it is about a half hour tram ride into the city.
We would definitely recommend this property.
We were here for Spring Break. The pictures of the house really don't do it justice, it sits half way up a hill and has wonderful views of downtown San Francisco to one side and the ocean to the other. The outside deck is a great place to watch the sunset. The house is described as two bedroom but there is a third with a single bed that is just off the kitchen. However, there's no doors (just curtains) to this room so it would be great for a kid, but probably not a grown up. The two main bedrooms are spacious and really comfortable. The house is well maintained and we had absolutely no complaints about the cleanliness or upkeep. Or rather, we were impressed by how well the house is maintained. The owners were absolutely first class and were quick to reply to our inquiries and answer our questions. This house would be perfect for two couples and perhaps one teenage kid.
OK, the 800 Lb gorilla for any house in San Francisco, not just this one, is that there really is no convenient parking. In fact I'd suggest you don't even think about bringing a car here. And I mean this in a positive way, the house is one block from the Judah light rail line and we used this every day, and you're only a few blocks from great bus service. If you go to Fisherman's Wharf or Alcatraz you can actually get a bus that drops you at 19th and Kirkham, just three blocks from the house. That's better than paying the exorbitant tourist trap parking prices downtown. Just use Google or Yelp and you won't go wrong.
The beauty of this area is the variety of shops and restaurants the area has. On top of that the huge Golden Gate park is only around five blocks north. As a runner I found plenty runs through the park and never felt I was in an area that wasn't safe. There is one supermarket, Andronico's, two blocks north then two east that is a fairly easy walk. Fairly, it's uphill on the way back! We just used Yelp and found some great restaurants and coffee shops on Irvine St. Shout out to Hollow Coffee, tiny yet wonderful little coffee shop. If you feel comfortable with your big chain restaurants this isn't the place for you, if you love family owned restaurants and stores this is just a perfect place to spent some time wandering through. For a treat head up to Irvine and 9th and have coffee at The Beanery and pick up a pastry or fresh bread at Arizmendi Bakery or a wonderful slice of cake or ice cream at Tart to Tart.
Wonderful house, wonderful location, highly recommended
We loved every second of our stay. The apartment was clean yet very homey (Other rentals have felt kind of sterile) but this one was perfect. Amazon Prime Now will deliver groceries within 2 hours and we were able to UBER or LYFT everywhere in the city for around $20 a ride (cheaper than parking most places). The park is a very easy walk and amazing Chinese food is not far away. There were ample sheets, blankets and towels for everyone in our group.
|Rate Period||Nightly||Weekend Night||Weekly||Monthly *||Event|
Aug 5 2016 - Aug 7 2016
3 night minimum stay
Hardly Strictly Bluegrass
Sep 30 2016 - Oct 3 2016
4 night minimum stay
My Standard Rate
3 night minimum stay
|Cleaning Fee (regular)||$150|
|Property Damage Protection||$59|
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* Approximate monthly rate. Actual rate will depend on the days of the month you stay.