About this listing
Extremely well appointed, full of light, and with beautiful park views. Located directly on Golden Gate Park 1 block from Whole Foods, great coffee shops, restaurants, public transportation and 2 blocks from the historic Haight Ashbury area.
World traveler meets high tech. This is an apartment you won't forget. From shabby chic floor seating, Apple high resolution monitor and office nook that looks out over the park. Everything you need to cook a delicious organic meal and even the books to show you how! Enjoy some wine, get some work done and lounge with your friends. I made a lot of the art myself, so you won't find another place like this I promise. A truly unique San Francisco apartment.
The whole apartment. Apple 27in cinema display and recycled wood framed massive white board for all of your brilliant ideas. Meditation nook and full exotic tea selection.
Interaction with guests
I will be available by text and email as I am usually traveling, which is why you get to stay here. You'll see some of the oddities I've gathered along the way! I love to give suggestions so ask me anything.
I love the coffee shop that's right next to Whole Foods. The funky vintage stores on Haight (some great finds.) There are 3 yoga studios within 2 blocks. But most of all I love jogging and hanging out in the biggest park in the city right out the window. The beach is about 10 minutes away.
The N Judah and the Muni connect you to every spot in the city within 3 blocks walking. I recommend downloading the app Lyft or Uber, or rent a bike. It's the best way to get around the city!
Other things to note
This place is one of a kind. It is designed to be welcoming, have great energy for relaxation and inspire creativity. Please note that the flat is a 2nd floor walk-up.
Please be respectful and keep the hallway to inside voices. Other than that, treat it as you would your own home, as it is mine. No pets, or smoking. Do both of those in the park.
I host events, experiences and tell stories. I'm an explorer, aspiring yogi, waterman & digital nomad. I love people, creating connection and rethinking how we use space. "We shape our buildings and thereafter they shape us."