The Haight Estate offers a newly renovated Victorian era space with one king bedroom, one bath (3/4), a living room that can sleep four comfortably. The entire space has thirteen-foot high ceilings, hard wood floors and many Victorian era details. In addition to the king sized bedroom there is a fold out bed for groups of four. The bathroom is newly renovated with a stand-up shower. The kitchenette is stocked with pots, pans and enough serving ware for eight people. There are free on-site washers and dryers. There is free wifi, cable TV, OnDemand, HBO and Showtime. All furniture is new.
This is a LEGAL short term rental space. Be careful renting non-registered illegal spaces. Registration # STR0001986
Enjoy walking on of the city's most vibrant neighborhoods with four spectacular parks and great eateries. We sit at the intersection of four great neighborhoods: Lower Haight, Upper Haight, NOPA and The Castro. CLICK THE "MORE DETAILS" BUTTON BELOW FOR IMPORTANT EXTRA INFORMATION
TV and Wifi
There is free wifi!
There is also an internet post service on Divisadero. They have printers as well. (Across the street and on the left on Divisadero)
The TV has cable with HBO and Showtime premium channels and OnDemand.
The onsite kitchen is stocked with cooking equipment. There is a cooler and ice packs in the freezer if you want to use for a picnic. We have a larger cooler if you need one. There is a gas grill in the back yard under the back stairs leading out of the kitchen.
The Haight Estate is centrally located and has ideal access to public transportation anywhere in the city and beyond. Here is information on how and where to buy public transportation passes: http://www.sfmta.com/getting-around/transit/fares-passes The closest place to buy bulk passes and a week long pass is: Walgreen's, 498 Castro Street, San Francisco, CA 94114
The "7" bus is on our block and travels both directions all the way from Ocean Beach, along the south side of Golden Gate Park, down Market Street and ending near the Bay in the South of Market neighborhood. http://transit.511.org/accessible/schedules/routeinfo.aspx?cid=SF&rted=71
The "22" bus crosses Haight Street a few blocks away at Fillmore and will take you all the way north to the Marina and Fort Mason near the waterfront. Or you can pick up the "24" bus on our block at Divisadero and transfer to the "22" in Pacific Heights. In the opposite direction it goes to Noe Valley, Bernal Heights and Hunter’s
Point. You can see the bus maps here: http://transit.511.org/static/providers/maps/SF_1222201020400.gif
The "N Judah" Muni Trolley is a five block walk away at Duboce Park. The trolley is a great choice as it goes from one end of city to another. Beach to Bay. It travels east down to the financial district, and South of Market terminating at the grand Ferry Building with access to ferries that serve Oakland, Alameda and Sausalito. The trolley travels west to Ocean Beach and along the south border of Golden Gate park. http://www.sfmta.com/cms/asystem/routedesc.php?rted=N
The "F line" historic streetcar line is a seven block walk away and runs down Market Street in old restored street cars. It terminates in the north Waterfront area by Pier 39 where you can get ferries to Alcatraz and Angel Island. This is my favorite way to get to Pier 39 and the waterfront. You can see more about this great ride here: http://www.streetcar.org/museums-in-motion/
The 7 bus, and N and F trolley lines all stop near the Powell Street Cable Car line which is the emblematic San Francisco public transpiration option that goes up and over Nob Hill to the waterfront: http://www.sfcablecar.com/routes.html
The 7 bus, and N and F trolley lines also stop at multiple points along Market Street for BART subway access which in turn travels from the airport, through San Francisco to deep into the East Bay: http://www.bart.gov/stations/index.aspx
There is also walking access to a dozen ZipCar stations if you want to use a car for a day. You can register for zipcar and see locations here: http://zipcar.com
There is no dedicated parking, but free street parking is usually available in the immediate neighborhood. Be mindful of the street sweeping signs. For two hours each week you will get ticketed for parking in a street sweeping zone. On Haight parking is available without a permit. These tend to be the spots that go first.
When parallel parking on a hill be careful to turn your wheels into the curb or you may get a ticket.
Head in parking. On Waller, just south of Haight running parallel and on Baker there is head-in parking which creates plenty of spaces. Baker Street and the side of Buena Vista park are also head-in parking but with permits required for day parking.
If you park in a permit area overnight, you still have two hours from the start of the day to park for free. So you can stay in a permit zone until 10am in the morning, then move your car. You can start parking there as early as 4pm and park free for then two hours as well.
In practice, they rarely ticket for permit violations, but always ticket for street sweeping violations and often “wheel not turned in”.
Paid Lot. If you cannot find any street parking there is a paid lot in the DMV parking lot on Broderick between Oak and Fell. Go two blocks north on Broderick and you’ll see it on the left. You can park there weekdays from 5pm until 7am and weekends from 5pm until 9am.
Check in is after 4pm and check out at noon. Quite hours are from 10pm to 7am.
Absolutely NO SMOKING OR VAPING ANYWHERE on the premises.
There are two heaters, on in each room. Each has an on and off switch and thermostat. They are passive circulatory heaters and for best results turn the ceiling fan on low to blow the heated air downward.
There are two waste bins under the sink, one for garbage and one for recycling. If you need to empty the bins, the waste cans are under the outside stairs in the backyard. To get to the back yard go through the gates to the right of the house.
There is a free laundry room under the back stairs. Look for two gray steel doors to the left of the walk way.
We immediately fell in love the neighborhood because of the fantastic restaurants and easy access to three of the city's best parks.
The thing we love most about our home is the voluminous feel. The high ceilings, Victorian details and big floor plans makes the home feel very comfortable and elegant.
It is also super centrally located near spectacular parks or for visitors very close to great public transportation.
Great appartement and good location to visit San francisco.
Bus stop is at 2 min, easy to go to Market Street (And then join Fisherman's wharf, China town, Pier 33). Not so fare from Golden Gate Park, and the Pacific.
If you walk to Buena Vista park, you will see some of beautiful houses and little market.
We were 7 and the space was enough. 2 bathrooms and washing machine : very good!
Really enjoyed the place, easy commute (bus, tram...) anywhere in SF. True SF experience and lifestyle. Good restaurant around the house. Large enough for 2 families. Clearly recommend.
This house in the Lower Haight District is centrally located close to several restaurants, small grocery stores and pubs. A short bus ride took us to the Haight Ashbury District, which boasts both high-end and vintage/thrift stores, as well as eateries, record shops and pubs. The buses are a 5 or 6 block walk and run fairly often to pretty much anywhere you want to go. The flat itself we found to be laid out very well for the four of us, and the kitchen was well appointed with most of what we needed to dine in. The drawback here might be the small 2-cup coffeemaker, which was hardly adequate for four coffee drinkers. The main negative to point out regarding this flat is that it was generally unclean. After walking around in socks or bare feet for 5 minutes, our feet were literally black with dirt! There was visible dirt around the edges of the rooms, suggesting it had been some time since it had been given a thorough cleaning. Since we did pay a cleaning deposit, one wonders what it was used for? The sound of people walking upstairs was very noticeable, especially in the morning, though this could be typical of these older homes. Also, there was a barking dog on the premises, especially in the morning, which was definitely a distraction. All in all, a pretty pleasant 5-day stay in San Francisco.
Our first "longer" stop on our West Coast roadtrip and we couldn't have found a better place to come to a rest and explore SF. The appartment was as awesome as in the pictures and there were plenty of helpful information waiting for us upon arrival. The owner was very fast and patient with every question we had. One day we followed his tipps and explored the area by foot and public transportation which was an awesome experience. Definitely a place to come back to !!
Great apartment for four adults; landlord upstairs for quick & happy help; super neighbourhood, easy walking distance for the basics and multiple fantastic restaurants - follow the landlord's advice! also take public transit everywhere - super easy. definitely hope to return.
I have nothing but good things to say about this place. The location is excellent! Golden Gate Park, a variety of shops, restaurants and even 2 markets are all within easy walking distance. I loved being out of the heavy tourist area and in a real SF neighborhood with a ton of history. The apartment itself was very clean and comfortable and had everything you could need. The owner was easy to work with and supplied helpful tips about the area. We will definitely be back!!
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The neighborhood surrounding the Haight Estate is one of the most vibrant and green areas in the city. Enjoy walking to four spectacular parks and some great eateries. We sit at the intersection of three great neighborhoods: Lower Haight, Upper Haight and the Divisadero Corridor. Walk east down Haight Street, left out the front door, three blocks to enter the lower Haight. Great economical eateries and many eclectic bars characterize this active nightlife neighborhood. Walk west up Haight Street, right out the front door, to the famous Haight Ashbury district. Famed epicenter of San Francisco’s 60’s counterculture movement the area has retained its funky charm with some great shopping and eatery updates. Walk north on Divisadero and you’ll find one of San Francisco’s fastest emerging communities with popular destination restaurants and numerous cafes. Below are some of our specific recommendations.