Beautiful two bedroom located in San Francisco's most prestigious
neighborhood. The house is a turn of the century victorian that has
only two units. It is located in the best area of San Francisco
(like Mrs. Doubtfire movie) and would be desired among San
Franciscan's and visitors alike. This unique two bedroom is located
at the garden level and has a large wrap around deck with a huge
yard with tables, chaise lounges and beautiful plants and flowers.
The neighbor is residential so you will have quiet nights and
peaceful Sunday mornings sitting in the back yard sipping your
morning coffee with the fresh bagles you bought three blocks away.
The bedrooms have closet space and are quiet at night. One bed is a
king and one bed is a queen.
The living room has an entertainment center equipped with cable
internet access and a telephone that is good for local calls and
calling card calls. There are 97 tv channels. There is a VCR and a
DVD Player as well as a CD Player for music.
It comes with secure parking in a double garage with easy access
right in front of the house.
There are numerous restaurants and shops within walking distance.
The kitchen has all amenities such as plates, pans and glasses. It's
a complete apartment with a charm that is uncomparable. You will
a great deal of privacy here and can relax in a tranquil place
this busy city. Perfect for the traveling executive or star filming
Washer and Dryer
Large BBQ grill outside with tank.
Large outdoor deck with chairs and tables. Big wrap around deck on
Chaise lounges in the back yard and tables and chairs for dining al
Parking in secure garage
Private entrance into unit
Telephone for local calls
Cable for internet connection (higest speed you can get!)
Cable TV and stereo system
More pictures available! Simply ask and we will send them to you!
These pictures just don't do it justice. This place is stunning!
Activities and Attractions
San Francisco has many attractions and this unit is located within
walking distance to most.
Within a couple of blocks you have the prime of Union Street with
of its shops and restaurants. You have Polk Street which caters to
some delightful establishments ranging from Petit Robert to La
Ghiradelli Square is in walking distance and is about 1 mile away
don't quote me on that! It's all downhill anyway so its a pleasant
walk. That is where Fisherman's Wharf is and the Alcatraz Tour boat
Union Square is either a $8 cab ride or about a 50 minute walk. You
would walk from Pacific and Octavia to Van Ness. Turn right on Van
Ness and walk about 20 blocks to Geary. Turn left on Geary and walk
all the way down to Union Square (you'll see a big square park and
can't miss it) where you will find Macy's, Neiman Marcus, Saks,
Tiffany, Hermes, Chanel, the theatre district, numerous art
galleries, cable car turn around, among others. If you want, you can
walk to Van Ness and California and take the cable car to Powell
Street and then walk down the hill heading North and you will be at
Union Square as well!
There are so many things to do and see around here. Golden Gate
Stern Grove, SF Museum of Modern Art, the new and exciting de Young
Museum and the Palace of Fine Arts, just so many things.
You can walk to Union and Polk streets. The bus is two blocks away.
You would be in walking distance to Union Square if you want,
Fishermans Wharf or the Financial district. There are plenty of
taxis around right out the front door as well. San Francisco has
many museums, historical areas and beautiful views. It takes about
10 minutes to walk to North Beach through the Broadway tunnel or
just 25 minutes going up and down the hills of Russian Hill. If you
are an avid runner, you might want to be here because you can leave
from here, go to Chrissy Field, run to the bridge and back up to
here and have around an 8 mile run. Stop off at Jamba Juice on your
way back on Union Street and relax walking back to the house. If
your interested in wine tasting there are wine stores about 5
minutes away walking and Napa is just one hour's drive away. Car
rental agencies are within a 20 minute walk. Carmel/Monterey are 2.5
hours away. Los Angeles is 6 hours away. Mendocino is 5 hours away.
San Diego is 8 hours away. Mexico is just 9 hours away (Rosarito) so
there are endless possibilities! All times are driving times except
where noted. You can, of course, go to Alcatraz on the boat at Pier
39 for a tour, on a cruise around the bay for champagne brunch on
the San Francisco Spirit, go to our fabulous farmers market at the
ferry terminal, see Chinatown, Japan Center, walk on the beach on
the bay, Ghiradelli Square and many more places.