About this listing
Huge one-bedroom flat located on one of the cutest, most happening blocks in the Mission. Open floor plan, eat-in kitchen with new appliances and french doors leading to a giant, sunny backyard. New plumbing and free washer/dryer.
Not only is this place on one of the hottest blocks in the Mission, but it is a very unique San Francisco home. The huge (1000sf) flat is one of two units in a Victorian building dating back to 1900, however, the interior feels very modern and has all new plumbing, electrical, heating, and appliances. Outdoor space is a rare and beautiful thing in San Francisco, but in this place you can happily sip your coffee just through the french doors leading out of the kitchen to the sunny backyard.
The wonderful qualities of the hip, sunny Mission District are well known. This part of 20th Street is particularly special - you can get your fill of food, drink, and culture without venturing off the block.
The flat is adjacent to the Atlas Cafe - a cozy neighborhood spot with a sunny backyard, well-priced food and bi-weekly music nights. Across the street are: Southern Exposure - one of SF's premiere alternative art galleries; Trick Dog, one of the hottest cocktail bars in town with award-winning food to boot; the acclaimed Central Kitchen restaurant; and the Salumeria deli, purveyor of fine meats, cheeses and other delicious treats. Within a few blocks are more of SF's destination restaurants, the city's most popular rock-climbing gym, more arts venues, and maker spots including local favorite Heath Ceramics with its in-store Blue Bottle Cafe.
This part of the Mission, while close to the carnival of Valencia Street, has a distinct, more local, more edgy vibe. This block has a new Sightglass Coffee, a new bar/restaurant and more tech offices under construction as I write. Come watch the transformation of one of SF's hottest locations unfold. Also, unlike most of the Mission, there's easy street parking!
Easy access to BART,MUNI, and HWYs 280 and 101! 16th Street and 24th Street BART Stations are both walking distance. There is a MUNI stop with buses headed to SoMa downtown one block away, including at least one bus that leads directly downtown.
From Aug 24 - 28, 2016 the minimum stay is 4 nights.
A Native Californian who's called the Bay Area home for about 5 years. I love exploring cities around the world, but none so much as San Francisco. One of my favorite things about my adopted home town is how easy it is to reach the gorgeous mountains, rivers, forests, and beaches surrounding it for hiking, biking, skiing and more.