Bring the whole family to relax in this spacious, well-equipped San Francisco home.
The kitchen has gourmet appliances, a BBQ grill, a nice view, and adjoining play room.
The garden has lemons, blackberries and more.
Take a 3 minute stroll to Mission street for restaurants, cafes, groceries, and key bus routes.
A parking place, free street parking, nearby freeway entrances, or a short walk to BART bring downtown SF, the East Bay and the Peninsula within easy reach.
SF License #STR-0001962
This Edwardian was remodeled in 2006 and equipped with modern appliances while restoring its original charm. The second floor has a family room, dining room, kitchen, play room and half-bath. The top floor has three bedrooms including a master-bedroom with an adjoining office with a view.
The second floor, third floor, garden and driveway are exclusively available for guests. There is a long-term tenant in a first floor apartment, which has a separate entrance and isn't connected to the other floors.
The city of San Francisco requires that we add this:
"Possession of a San Francisco Short-Term Rental Registration Certificate certifies that the registration certificate holder has agreed to comply with the terms of the San Francisco Short-Term Residential Rental Ordinance (San Francisco Administrative Code Section 41A.) This ordinance does not require an inspection of the unit by the City for potential Building, Housing, Fire, or other Code violations."
We are licensed with the city, and so you don't need to worry about whether it will get shut down before your trip.
The Excelsior's motto is "The world at your doorstep." Our neighborhood is exceedingly multicultural. Italian, Chinese and Hispanic grocery stores front Mission Street. Restaurants include Japanese sushi, Korean comfort foods, Thai, Hispanic Taquerias, Boba Tea Shops with Hong Kong-style waffles, Chinese restaurants, Italian subs, Filipino food, Salvadorean bakeries and pupuserias, Vietnamese Pho, Vietnamese sandwich shops, and California-style gastro pubs.
This is not a touristy area. It's a neighborhood of long-time San Francisco residents.
Car: Guests have one parking spot in the driveway, as well as free street parking. Freeway entrances to 101 and 280 are less than a 5-minute drive.
Bus: Several Muni bus lines run along Mission Street and usually come every 3-5 minutes.
Subway: It is a 15-minute, largely flat walk from our door to the Glen Park BART station. BART takes passengers throughout the Bay Area.
Uber/Lyft: Cars are available within minutes to any part of the city. A ride to the Moscone center, for example, is approximately $11.