Light-filled one bedroom apartment with equal access to urban excitement, Golden Gate Park, beautiful beaches, and across the Golden Gate Bridge to Marin.
Bedroom has very comfortable queen sized bed. The sofa is a hide-a-bed but (honestly) it is not large and I would only recommend for a small person.
Living room has a sofa and computer for watching movies. Kitchen table seats four. All the rooms have large south-facing windows and even the bathroom has a skylight. Yes, the bathroom is pink. :) There is also a full tub for soaking after long days of SF exploring!
It's completely furnished with everything you need. Internet, full bath, and a fully equipped kitchen.
The apartment itself is on a quiet residential street, but a block away is the famous Clement street. It's home to world-class Chinese, Japanese, Burmese, and Italian restaurants. Cozy cafes, bookstores, and boutique shops: Burma Superstar, Eats, Q, The Blue Danube, Cinderella Bakery, and the Green Apple Bookshop, to name a few.
Golden Gate Park is a few blocks south, near The Conservatory of Flowers, De Young museum, Japanese Tea Garden, and California Academy of Sciences
A laundromat and several grocery stores are within walking distance.
My apartment is one block from 38L bus (Japantown, Union Square, BART, Downtown) and 33 bus (Haight, Castro, & Mission)
Loved Stan's place in SF. Good location, close to everything, nice neighborhood. The place was clean and just right for our needs. Parking was easy around this area and Stan was in constant communication for everything. Would definitely recommend.
I had the opportunity to meet Stan, he's a very nice person! The apartment is very cosy, well-located in a safe residential neighborhood and nicely decorated! Stan was easily reachable by phone to answer any of my questions whenever I needed help :-)
I'm a tech entrepreneur, geek, and wannabe writer. In the 1990's I build some of the first browser games, and more recently I founded Lijit Networks in Boulder, Co and was a co-founder of Wordnik in New York.
The last few years I lived in Berlin, and just recently settled in San Francisco.