About This Listing
Garden apartment, spacious,quiet , bright, family room, piano, deck/garden. Two bedrooms share one bathroom on this level. safe Walk to store, hospital, USF. 15 min bus ride to downtown/beach. Parking
This lower unit has a spacious family room that leads to a afternoon- sun deck/garden by two double french doors
The two bedrooms have a queen size bed , fits two people. A walk in shower newly remodeled, a complete new kitchen equipped with cooking supplies
Family room is spacious -it has a small table for dinning. Bright afternoon sun. Two pairs of french doors open to deck and garden
Optional :Wash and dry for longer term guests.
Clean, quiet and safe. Newly remodeled bathroom with an walk- in shower - warm and spacious shared w/ one other bedroom on this level.
By key, private entrance
Interaction with Guests
My husband Greg and I are easy going. We like our guests to feel at home No fuss.
Guests can reach us anytime.
Safe and quiet , convenience -food, services( hospitals, university and parks) all within walking distance.
proximity to USF( half a block) , CPMC Hospital two blocks away, Kaiser Hospital and St Mary Hospital are within 10 minutes on foot, Asian markets on Clement streets. Big stores : Fedex USPS , UPS , Best Buy,Target, Trader Joe's and Office Max are within 10 minutes on foot . Bus line 38 leads to downtown or Pacific Ocean Other Buses #31 #5 #1 all within 5 min walk
Easy , just at the corner by public bus #38 , #31 one block at corner of USF and #1 and #5 are 2 blocks away
Other Things to Note
I love to cook and bake. Guests are welcome to dine with us( my husband and I ) for a treat
No smoking indoors
please make use of Indoor house slippers - leave shoes on shoes rack
We arrived in SF with our 7month old baby in order to settle down in the city. So we booked a room at Kim and Greg's place. They have been wonderful hosts.
They have given us so many tips about SF and what to do, where to live and how to do things that normally would take you weeks to learn as a new comer in a city. They helped us so much with the baby and changed the way the room, the living room and the bathroom were set-up in order to ease our stay. The garden in the backyard is so nice to have lunch and to rest.
The place was exactly as described. It was very clean and Kim and Greg were very helpful.
We are going to recommend Kim and Greg's place to all our friends that are going to visit us in SF!
Kim is awesome! She even packed us snacks and left them out for us when we left for our 18 hr road trip back home. The room was nice and breezy with french doors that open to her outside patio. The area is filled with great restaurants and it was nice to have a parking spot at Kim's.
Kim and Greg are wonderful hosts. They have both been so helpful and the location is great. A very safe neighbourhood and very close to all public transport. They have been so welcoming, kind and knowledgable about the area. The room itself along with the bathroom has everything you may need and of coarse there is a beautiful patio area too. Thanks for a wonderful stay, I would strongly recommend this place as we felt right at home.
Kim and Greg are one of the kindest person I have met. They accommodated my late check-in, and my late check-out. They help me receive too many Amazon's shipment that I couldn't imagine that there could be anyone else who can help me on this with smile. Not to mention that they would have to throw away a huge pile of empty boxes for me. Some of those shipment didn't arrive on time, and they offered to keep them for me even before me asking for help. Kim often invited me for dinner, and offered me with some fruits, snacks and tea. They have been really making me feel at home. I can only say that they are the type of people who always offer their kindness and comfort to everyone.
About the house, the bedroom and the bathroom are really nice. The bedroom is belong to their eldest son before he left for college, so of course, they are very nice. The patio and the garden are beautiful. She has been super responsive to the text messages. The free parking is a huge plus. The area is very close to UCSF, so it's one of the nicest, safe, and quiet area in SF. There is a bus stop nearby within a few minute walk, so I can commute downtown very easily by bus because it's very troublesome finding parking spot when I need to go downtown.
And Mr. Boo (her dog) is super cute.
I'll be back at her place again if it's available next time.
Check-in is typically later in the day, but Kim accommodated our earlier arrival by having her husband Greg show us in while Kim was at work. The room is very bright, with 1 window and french doors leading to pretty backyard patio. Bathroom is beautiful and living room is nice. Wireless internet is provided as well as some fruit, nuts, and coffee. There were plenty of blankets and the dresser was empty. Living space was as described. Kim was very responsive via text message for recommendations as we toured San Francisco.
Kim invited us for some tea to the upper level of her house one night where we chatted about traveling and family. She was very generous, giving us protein bars for the busy day we had planned.
We recommend staying here. Playing with their French bulldog Boo is very enjoyable!
Wonderful! Thank you Kim & Greg for opening your home to me and my daughter. The space was cozy and quiet. The off street parking prevented me from worrying about where to park. I hope to stay with you on my next visit to San Francisco.
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About the Host, Kim
A gardener, runner and cook. I love out door, nature, people and animal. Happy, creative, easy going and open to new things, I enjoy reading, music( classical and jazz), travel( foreign countries especially!!) movies and meeting people. Their personality, work, culture, passion and dream fascinate me.
Being a host an Airbnb has provided me an opportunity to meet people from all walks of life . My philosophy- there is suffering everywhere , I help when I can. My favorite of all time magazines are The New Yorker and The National Geographic.