About this listing
This is a comfortable one bedroom apartment with beautiful view and true city feeling! It comfortably fits four and is centrally located on a quiet street, just a few blocks from downtown. Enjoy your own breakfast in full kitchen and entertainment.
Lovely one bedroom in quiet Burlingame. Available to any responsible guest. I have lived in Burlingame for over 4 years, and really love it! The apartment has large windows to the south, and is nestled off the street.
-One full size bed In a private room.
-Sheets and towels provided.
-Comcast and DVD player.
-Full cooking privileges.
-Close to several Samtrans bus lines, Caltrain, BART and SFO (San Francisco International Airport).
-Stack's, Copenhagen bakery & cafe and many other restaurants are within a 7-minute walk.
-Downtown Burlingame is super-cute with lots of shops and restaurants and is literally walking distance through the cute neighborhood.
-Coffee, tea, and some of the basic cooking amenities (olive oil, vinegar, sugar, butter...)
Burlingame is a suburban city of approximately 28,000 people. It is located on the San Francisco Peninsula and has a significant shoreline on San Francisco Bay. Burlingame was settled by wealthy San Franciscans looking for a better climate.
Burlingame is known for its high residential quality of life and is often referred to as the City of Trees. Burlingame has many beautiful stores, restaurants and is a significant vacation spot for people wishing to visit the San Francisco Bay Area.
The city offers quiet stretches to walk amid wetlands dotted with egrets, pelicans and great blue herons, as well as bustling streets lined with stores featuring the latest fashions, designer home furnishings, handcrafted gifts and first-class restaurants.
The Burlingame Trolley provides free transportation to Burlingame’s two major shopping and dining districts: Burlingame Avenue and Broadway. The city is also well connected to San Francisco to the north and Palo Alto and other cities in Silicon Valley to the south via a subway, trains, buses and shuttles. If you’re driving, the city has free and low-cost lots parking.
There are lots of free events in Burlingame, including Sunday afternoon concerts, family movie nights, Shakespeare in the Park, an annual pet parade and arts festivals.
Downtown Burlingame Avenue area, from California Drive to El Camino Real, is the liveliest area, with hundreds of stores and restaurants. This pedestrian-friendly district offers more discoveries on the Avenue's side streets between Howard and Chapin Avenues. This area offers independent emporiums as well as outlets for national chains and designer names.
Broadway, between California Drive and El Camino, offers a quieter shopping experience. This small shopping street, reminiscent of the Fifties, has a variety of restaurants and mom-and-pop stores.
Burlingame Plaza, located on El Camino in the northernmost part of the city between Trousdale and Murchison Drives, serves surrounding neighborhoods with a drug store, grocery store, service providers and small stores.
Burlingame boasts with fine dining, as well as dozens of other restaurants located primarily on Bayshore and Airport Boulevards, parallel to the freeway known as Highway 101.
A list with many activities in the city is available to you
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Interaction with Guests
I am available when you have questions.
Burlingame is a very quiet and kid friendly city. Surrounded by the best eateries around. Supermarket, coffee shops and major stores. Don't worry we don't have any big bucks stores. The library is in walking distance so are everything else. Make yourself home.
Visit Burlingame online
San Francisco International Airport - SFO
San Jose International Airport - SJC
Oakland International Airport - OAK
BART - Bay Area Rapid Transit
FREE SHUTTLES & TROLLEY (There are three free shuttles that serve the City of Burlingame.)
Burlingame Bayside Area Shuttle - Carries commuters from the Millbrae Intermodal Station to Burlingame businesses in the morning and evening commute hours during the week. The shuttle stops curbside along Rollins Road, Bayshore Highway and Airport Boulevard.
Burlingame North - BART - Caltrain.
Burlingame Trolley - Runs six days a week serving the Burlingame Avenue and Broadway shopping areas.
• No shoes allowed in the unit.
• SMOKING is strictly prohibited inside the unit.
• No illegal drug use will be permitted on the property.
• Quiet hours will be from 11 PM until 8 AM, Sunday evening through Friday morning. During quiet hours radios and TV may be played at a level not to be heard outside of the unit.
• All electrical appliances like fan, light, etc. should be switched off before leaving the unit.
• Please be aware we have water crisis in California, preserve water.
• No party!
I called Burlingame home for the past few years. I go to work in the morning and don't return home till the evening after school and meetings weekly minutes. Work is just minutes away from home, while school is miles away. I feel at peace when I get home, love Burlingame. My apartment is in a great location, surrounded by some of the finest restaurants and stores, so I am always out trying new dishes when I have time. I am an outdoors adventurist, again I love great food, I am a vegetarian by the way, love shopping, meeting new people, love technology. With that said, I love the finest things in live and I do speak more than one language.
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