|Space||1,300 sq. ft.|
|Minimum Stay||3 nights|
This spacious 2nd floor apartment, located in a quiet neighborhood, is centrally located to everything you could want in the City. Less than two blocks to Golden Gate Park in the Inner Richmond, you can walk to the De Young Museum, Academy of Sciences, Japanese Tea Garden, Botanical Garden, Rose Garden, and Music Concourse in less than five minutes. Bike rentals, a 24 grocery store, café, and plenty of public transportation are less than a block away.
Kitchen: includes granite counter-tops, marble floors, stainless steel appliances such as a dishwasher, refrigerator, oven, microwave, coffee maker, toaster, blender, electric kettle, and double sink. It’s both cozy and elegant.
Bathroom: tiled bathroom with a vent fan and heater.
Master bedroom: has a queen sized bed, large windows overlooking a garden, TV, Cable, Roku, large mirrors, and a private half-bath, and spacious closet.
Second bedroom: includes a single bed, large windows overlooking a garden.
Third bedroom: includes bunk beds and bean bag chairs.
Free washer and dryer are located in the garage.
If you do bring a car there is street parking, including some places where you may leave a car parked for a full week without a permit.
We are a family who loves to travel. We believe that to truly experience a place, you have to get out of the hotel and into the community.
James O'Neil purchased this apartment in 2006
We love living in a safe neighborhood where we can walk to the store, cafe, museum, our favorite restaurants, buses, play tennis, bike in the park, and meet interesting people.
Fantastic location. Close to everything that the city has to offer. Great places to eat and play in a safe neighborhood.
We are a family from England. We love the location of the apartment, walking to Clement street, De Young museum, Academy of Science and Golden Gate Park, etc. There are tons of restaurants on Balboa, Geary and Clement streets. Safeway is across the street. Groceries from Clement street are a lot cheaper. Going downtown is very easy by bus, #5, #31, #38. Going to Napa Valley is easy, even if you don't have a car. There is Golden Gate transit bus on Geary Blvd. We really enjoyed our stay.
2 minute walk to Golden Gate Park, including the world famous Academy of Sciences De Young Museum of fine art, Japanese Tea Garden, Botanical Garden, Conservatory of Flowers, the Rose Garden, boating at Stow Lake, archery, 9 hole golf course, live buffalo, playgrounds, musical concerts, sports fields, hiking trail. On Sundays, John F. Kennedy drive is closed to traffic for biking and skating.
10 minute walk to the Clement Street China Town, with its numerous international restaurants, book stores, massage and beauty salons, pastry shops and cafes.
15 minute walk to The Presidio National Park, which has over two miles of hiking, tennis courts, basketball, playgrounds, picnicking, outdoor movies in the summer, bowling, the Walt Disney Museum, and the Presidio Golf Course and driving range.
Bike across the Golden Gate Bridge and visit the Marin Headlands in 20 minutes.
Transportation: San Francisco’s public transportation system is easy with the 5, 31, 38, 44, 1, 2 bus lines all within 5 blocks. Bus stops going to Ocean Beach, shopping downtown at boutiques or the mall, the Embarcadero, and many more locations are 1 block away. If you're coming for business or a convention, Express Bus service to Downtown operates morning and evening from one block away!
The nearest Safeway, with a pharmacy, is across the street.
Haight Ashbury is on the other side of Golden Gate Park.
Going wine tasting? 1 hour drive to Sonoma and Napa Valley.
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My Standard Rate
3 night minimum stay
|Property Damage Protection||$99|