Watch the Fine Living Channel where our furnished flats were selected to represent San Francisco in the series "Around the Worldin 80 Homes". Where the series declares it a “great place to stay” and that “you’ll have the urban experience of a lifetime at this home in much loved San Francisco.”
This flat is a true find. A newly restored Victorian flat that sits on the beautiful slopes of San Francisco's Telegraph Hill in the North Beach District. The flat is 1200 square feet and has two bedrooms. The master bedroom has a queen-sized bed and the guest bedroom has two twin-sized beds. The flat has an eat-in gourmet kitchen that is fully equipped. There are one and a half baths. The full bath is a grand bath modeled after the elegant Victorian style of the 19th century. It has a Jacuzzi, a chandelier, custom cherry cabinets, a solid cherry arch over the Jacuzzi, hand carved cherry corbels, a marble counter and marble floor. You will feel like royalty bathing in this bathroom! The half bath also includes alaundry facility. Included in this unit is an office with high-speed wireless Internet access. The living room has a surround sound system and satellite television. The living room is in a theater room style. The flat itself is on the first level of the building and has a private entrance. It is very convenient to access. We have lived in this flat in order to ensure the highest quality. We found this flat to be the coziest and the best for a family with kids. We miss living in our little gem of a flat. It is very conducive to good living and good memories.
Come and see why the American Planning Association consistently rates this beautiful neighborhood as the best in the nation.
You'll love this quiet charming home. You'll also fall in love with this hidden neighborhood, nestled in the hub of San Francisco's vibrant "Barbary Coast".
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This is certainly San Francisco's most vibrant and exciting district. In fact, if you come to San Francisco and stay anywhere else, you will find yourself spending much of your time in or near this district for most of your stay. Statistics have shown that 90% of all visitors come to this district while staying in San Francisco. So then the question is; "Why stay anywhere else?"
The neighborhood is European in flavor with its hidden stairways and allies. Walk only a few short blocks and find yourself in the theater district, art galleries, museums, or in the middle of dozens of great restraunts, sidewalk bistros and cafes. The air is filled with the aroma of baking focaccia bread, roasting coffee beans, steamed crab, grilled meats, and sauteed garlic. When the flowers are in bloom the scent of star jasmine is everywhere. Here you will find an exceptional night life with live music, dancing, bars, and breweries. California'a beauty is everywhere from the top of her many hills to the Bay. Almost every street gives you a new and different spectacular angle of the City and the Bay. This neighborhood is so centralized that you do not even need a car. Nearly everything is within a short or moderate walk. Try walking to most of San Francisco's greatest attractions; Fisherman's Wharf, Pier 39, Chinatown, The Crooked Street, The Financial District, Coit Tower, The Embarcadero, The Filbert Steps, The Moscone Center, The Saint Francis Yacht Club, The Restaurant District, The Theater District, Union Square shopping, museums, art galleries, The Marina, Fort Mason, Fort Point, Beaches, The Embarcadero, cable cars, trolleys and much, much more.