About this listing
ABOUT THE SPACE
This beautiful room in a dog-friendly building has magnificent hardwood floors and a view into a courtyard garden. The enormous walk-in closet has plenty of room for storage for the serious traveler. A fully stocked kitchen allows for home-cooked meals, and the enormous windows fill the room with sunshine. More nimble guests are welcome to hop out the kitchen window and enjoy the view from the fire escape.
PRICING AND BOOKING
I love hosting people from all over the world, but do get lots of email because of it. To make the process easier for everyone, please understand that the PRICING IS AS LISTED, AND THE CALENDAR IS UP TO DATE. If you'd like to stay, just click the booking button to see the full price for the days you're interested in.
I do my best to respond quickly to requests! Here are some things that have been added, but are not in the pictures:
Coffee maker with coffee
Brand new, 8 inch memory foam mattress
Iron (No ironing board yet, oddly difficult to find!)
Two chairs and a coffee table
ABOUT THE NEIGHBORHOOD
Hayes Valley is simply one of the city's most exciting enclaves. Just over a decade ago, Hayes Street lay under the shadow of Highway 101—but then city planners tore down the overpass and turned it into a lovely urban park called Patricia's Green. Now Hayes Valley is thriving at a truly remarkable rate, with every week bringing new restaurants and boutiques for a growing audience of foodies and fashion-forward locals.
Nestled between Alamo Square and the War Memorial Opera House, this little jewel of a neighborhood offers a whole range of great San Francisco experiences, including:
• Smitten, an ice cream shop that makes each batch to order using the freshest seasonal ingredients, freezing your treat with liquid nitrogen while you watch
• Biergarten, a lovely outdoor bar with a variety of tough-to-find German brews on tap
• The Fatted Calf, a first-rate charcuterie with a Pork Happy Hour every Tuesday
• Taste, a serene and stylish tea room on Octavia with rare Chinese teas on offer alongside homemade treats like taro cake rolls
• Gimme Shoes, just one of an astonishing array of shoe stores on Hayes Street
• Fiddlesticks, our vote for one of San Francisco's most charming toy stores, with staff eager to help you find just the right gift for any little one
• True Sake, a boutique devoted entirely to Japanese rice wine
• Straw, a carnival-themed restaurant where you can eat sweet potato tots in an old Tilt-A-Whirl
• San Francisco Zen Center, an urban oasis just around the corner from the apartment, with regular meditation sessions open to the public
San Francisco is one of the most walkable cities in the country, and this apartment is an easy stroll to neighborhoods like the Lower Haight (5 minutes on foot), the Mission (10 minutes), Duboce Triangle (10 minutes), and the Castro (20 minutes).
Public transportation offers many viable options for getting around, with close access to multiple bus routes leading all over the city. The Van Ness Muni (i.e., subway) station is five blocks away, and the Civic Center BART (i.e., light-rail) station is an eight-block amble.
If you're a fan of bikes, rentals are available at Patricia's Green, and the city offers a number of cross-town bike routes for exploring on two wheels.
(Street parking is available in Hayes Valley, but not recommended—spaces are limited and legal guidelines can be confusing for non-locals.)