About this listing
Available for 30-90 day short-term rental only. Sensitive co-owners with building rules.
The 1910 building was design by famed Beaux Arts architect James Francis Dunn as the first luxury apartment building in SF. It was recently renovated with new modern features and appliances. There are detailed French style moldings and high ceilings throughout and beautiful light fixtures adorn every room.
Our 850 square feet flat has a large master suite with queen size bed, and stunning marble master bath with duel sinks and spacious shower. There is a second bath; we call it the spa room with its large jetted tub. Recently, we converted the front room into a real bedroom with a new full size bed.
A stunning oval dining room is set up as a living room with many seating areas and dining table.
We have a washer and dryer and cable TV and wireless internet are available for our guests.
We are located in the Lower Nob Hill neighborhood and you are four blocks from Union Square, famous restaurants, great bars and theaters. There is really no need for a car because of excellent public transportation or taxis. However, parking is available up the street for $25 per day if you drive a compact.
You will have a marvelous time as we are just minutes from all the attractions, including the 2010 World Series Giants –AT&T Ball Park.
Annette and Ed Summers
There is no access allowed to other floors or patio. Only to garbage area.
Interaction with Guests
Unusual once before arrival and before departure.
The night life is fantastic and super easy to walk to everything downtown has to offer.
Buses, taxi, Bart, trolley, street cars and ferries
1. No more than 2 guests
2. No loud parties
2. No wearing shoes in the flat
3. Leave Garbage bagged in the kitchen: if you must empty the trash it is down in the basement and by city ordinace must be sorted according to the stickers on the walls - we have already recieved a warning - fines will be next.
4. Downstairs patio is someone elses private property
IF THESE RULES ARE VIOLATED Fines could be taken from deposit.