About this listing
A double bed in an Historic Victorian house with private bath/shower, great views. Limited parking, but ok on Sat/Sun, evenings. Good transportation to downtown. Stunning views over the bay and downtown area.
The house was built in 1893 and is a corner property filled with sunshine. We are just outside of the fog belt in a fairly quiet residential street. A very large apartment, partially furnished, as you will see from the photos.
SAN FRANCISCO SHORT-TERM RESIDENTIAL RENTAL REGISTRATION NUMBER: STR-(PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN)
Possession of a San FRancisco Short-Term Rental Registration Certificate certifies that the registration certificate holder has agreed to comply with the terms of the San Francisoc Short-Term Residential Rental Ordinance (San Francisco Administrative Code Section 41A). This ordinance does not require an inspection of the unity by the City for potential Building, Housing, Fire, or other Code violations.
You will have access to the kitchen dining area. There is not much furniture in the rest of the apartment, and no television, but you can use all of the space that you need.
Interaction with Guests
As much or as little as you require. I will be available in the morning for questions, as I also live in the house.
I love Courtney's, which is a corner store providing fresh sandwiches, fruits, flowers, vegetables, cheese
You can walk down to the N Judah tram about 3 blocks and it will take you to downtown, or to the Golden Gate Park and the ocean. You can take the 37 bus up 14th St to Buena Vista Terrace. If you walk from the N Judah walk up 14th St, not Duboce (too hilly). The 24 bus goes to the Castro, Mission, and back to Pacific Heights.
Other Things to Note
The parking regulations are: park up to 10am, or after 7pm Monday to Friday. Saturday Sunday no restriction, and if you can find a space at Buena Vista Park, no restriction.
The WiFi service is HOMEA017 and the password is BUENAVISTA
There is no smoking allowed anywhere on the premises. And I can't take pets. For those staying upstairs, I would appreciate the use of soft soled shoes.