“Green living" home with best microclimate in the world. Double futon bed and large mirrored closet. Quiet street with ample parking.
House to BART platform-3-5 min. bike;10-15 min. walk.There is also a #71 bus 1 block away.mobile schedule available.El Cerrito Natural Food 2 blocks; Pacific Asia Mall 1 mile. Public library (3 blocks)., transbay bus, El Cerrito plaza, supermarkets, shopping. An amazing variety of restaurants are also within walking distance! 8-D
The #72 Bus stops 1 1/2 blocks away to BART & SF"trans-bay" thru Berkeley (10 min);Qakland (20 min) & downtown areas,with many bus lines connecting even to close by BART/AMTRAK station.
Point Isabel bike/(email hidden) West to SF bay.
Getting to San Francisco: Bart:
We are a 12 minute walk to El Cerrito Plaza BART station. From there it only takes 30 minutes to get to Downtown SanFran $3.95 each way.
There is a $4-$6 toll if you are driving
Fastrak, you can pick up carpoolers and pay $2.50 toll during rush hour.
You can also use carpool as a passenger to get to San Francisco. From 7-9 AM It is $1 a person. $1 carpool available from SF to albany.
We have a standing rule that everyone cleans up right away and takes responsibility for weekly cleanup. 2 stairs limit wheelchair access to ambulatory only.
I'm looking for mates who are responsible, quiet, & clean.
Book this room through (website hidden) and Air B&B will donate 3% of rental to your favorite cause or small school at no extra cost to you! 8-D
|Room type:||Private room|
|Extra people:||$20 / night after the first guest|
|Minimum Stay:||3 nights|
|Weekly Price:||$280 /week|
|Monthly Price:||$1096 /month|
|Check Out:||1:00 PM|
I was up from LA working in SF all week, and Chas was able to accomodate my last minute request for a place to stay. I thoroughly enjoyed my time here. The location was perfect for me. It is nestled in a quiet neighborhood in the Richmond Annex, but still very close to both El Cerrito BART stations. I enjoyed being able to get into downtown SF quickly for work. I enjoyed the area so much that I will definitely be considering the neighborhood as I move to the Bay Area permanently. Chas was a great host and I enjoyed staying in his home. I enjoyed talking about various issues related to sustainability with him. I'd highly recommend to anyone.
Cool relaxed space, though the bed was a little squeaky. Cool house. Nice kitchen. Quiet area. Would recommend.
I felt like at home, thank you very much Chas, you're a great host and your house is very nice and located in a beautiful, quiet area!
Chas was a superb host. His house is clean, comfortable, it emitted a good, relaxed vibe, and has really nice decor. He's a great person to talk to, knows the area very well, and can give you any type of recommendation. He's helpful, he helped my boyfriend and me a lot. Great to have conversations with, he has explored the and done a lot and he's open to share his stories with us.
The neighborhood is quiet and safe, easily accessible to streets and freeway. There is a Bart station nearby, which facilitated going to San Francisco and Berkeley.
We'd love to come back whenever we're around the area.
Thank you Chas!
Wei & Daniel
Chas's offering worked just fine for my stay in the area. He's easy-going, generally available but mostly off doing his own work, and he is a bit of a good-food-afficionado, to boot.
The bedroom is small, but there's ample room to dress, do desk work, store effects, and sleep. The bed is a bit modest: firm, though not hard, and, again, it worked just fine for me. The kitchen & dining area are little used by Chas and thus pretty-much completely available.
The area is safe, quiet, modest, and attractive. It is definitely a good value, and I'm glad I chose it.
Chas was a great host. Very familiar with the area as well as friendly. Was my first experience with airbnb and I would recommend Chas's space to anyone looking for a place close to many restaurants and shops on in the El Cerrito and Albany area.
I spent a really nice week at Chas'. The room is nice and quiet, the neighborhood is calm and cute and Chas is a lovely and caring host. He has a lot of stories to share, he is really proud of his area and he wants you to really enjoy it !
I am really happy having meeting him.
We enjoyed our conversations with this very interesting host.
Chas is welcome person. He gives useful guidance on places to visit.
Just what I was looking for, and more. Comfortable and clean room, convenient location and a house full of art and treasures. Additionally, Chas has just the right balance of being a friendly host and giving me the space to have a sense of privacy. I wish I had stayed longer, to talk much more to Chas, and also with the other, interesting, guest. Since I live in the SF Bay Area, I hope to visit Chas again, even if not for another stay. However, if I need another "bridge" place to stay, this will remain a great option. Recommended!