A Railhouse style apartment building in one of the best neighborhoods in SF. Minutes walk from a multitude of Shops, Bars, Cafes and Public Transportation. A 2 block from the constantly active Mission District. There is not parking or laundry included in the unit. However street parking is generally fairly easy to get, as well there are 2 laundromats within a block of the unit.
There is a 32" Flat Screen TV. A great well lit workspace for writing. The queen sized bed in the main bedroom can accommodate 2 people comfortably and the layout couch in the living room can hold two people as well. There is also a queen sized blow up mattress just in case.
I have a very very mellow black cat named Jackson that lives with me. However my neighbor is more than happy to take him for most guest stays. I've only just realized that he is a plus for some people. That said the apartment can also include a house cat for those interested.
|Room type:||Entire home/apt|
|Bed type:||Real Bed|
|Minimum Stay:||2 nights|
|Weekly Price:||$875 /week|
|Monthly Price:||$3500 /month|
This is the second time we have stayed at Steve's place, an excellent home away from home.
Very clean and tidy, everything you need to cook etc.
Great location, walking distance to PT and in a nice quiet location in between Mission and Noe Valley.
Nice flat in good location.
Great location, clean, very accommodating host & the best roomie ever (Jackson the cat)!
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The apartment is indeed in a fantastic location in the Mission district. It's a good size for a one bedroom place. Steve is a very friendly host and keeps everything tidy.
There is some wear and tear about the apartment, (website hidden) the bathroom. The cat, Jackson, is really affectionate but can be noisy, including during the night. He also needed medicine while we were staying for his leg injury. So unless you're most definitely a cat person you should ask Steve to leave the cat with a neighbour (which he's happy to do).
One thing to watch out for is that the key to the outside door can be fiddly so practise unlocking it during the daytime rather than attempting it for the first time when you get back at night!
Overall, it's good value and we felt very welcome
This was one of the best apartments I ever rented out on airbnb.
Steve was a wonderful host, the apartment was very clean and beautifully set out.
The host thought of everything, an initial breakfast, shampoo and a very detailed and professional manual of the flat with great suggestions of what to do in the area. It was very easy to communicate with Steve and he always got back to me straight away whenever I had any questions. The highlight of the flat was Jackson the cat, who is a true gentleman!
The location is perfect, on a quiet street, close to delicious restaurants and all the cool bars.
On my next trip to San Francisco, I will definitely be staying in Steves flat again!
Steve's place is in an excellent location in SF's Mission.... very close to the BART and walking distance from restaurants, shops, and coffee! Steve left great recommendations for dining and coffee shops in the area (we tried them all)! I would recommend Steve's place for anyone that wants an adventure in the city of SF!
Steve was super easy to sync with for check-in and check-out. He was always available for any question I had. The listing itself is lovely, comfortable, spacious and in a great location. It was nice to be near the lively Mission district, but actually living just enough distance away to be in a neighborhood that felt safe and more family-oriented. Thank you Steve!
The location is indeed great but the place was not very clean and the cat Jackson is really nice but the litter does smell very bad...
What a treat to stay in such a lovely a "home away from home". Steve's place was neat and clean, with plenty of room for sharing meals around the kitchen table. The location between Noe Valley and the Mission District is excellent; close to Dolores Park, lovely bistros, and unique shops. The neighborhood is quiet, except when the choir gets going at the parochial school across the street. Golden Gate Park is about an hour away by bus. The walk to BART takes nine minutes. The only caveat is Jackson the cat; if you prefer to have the place to yourself, just ask Steve to board him with the next door neighbor.