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We truly enjoyed our stay at this lovely Airbnb residence. Nestled away on a quiet street, just one block from the lively Mission Street, we had everything we needed within walking distance such as coffee shops, grocery stores, amazing restaurants, and bars with delicious hand-crafted cocktails.
This home allows you all the splendors of a quiet, private space, with access to the authentic San Francisco experience due to its close proximity to the Mission, "the heart of San Francisco." Valencia street is only a block away with lots of boutiques, cafes and coffee shops to check out. If you are looking to go downtown, the MUNI bus stop is only one block away.
The photos accurately depict this cozy home with a large backyard, ideal for a late-afternoon happy hour.The home was well decorated with funky, eccentric touches. The kitchen is well-stocked, encouraging the preparation of home cooked meals in between enjoying the nearby, local eats.
Stacy is a lovely host. She made us feel right and home and welcome!
Allison was likewise a great guest and left the home in perfect condition. All of our communication was great. I can enthusiastically recommend her as a guest in your home!
Stacy's place was perfect for my family, including my little 8-month old daughter. It was clean, well-located, and had a lovely garden with herbs. We really felt at home here - in fact, the setup and furnishings were so similar to our own place in Boston that it almost seemed like our own apartment had been transported to San Francisco!
I was disappointed after Stacy and her friends stayed at my house to receive a text message from her informing me of a "minor breakage" that occurred during they stay. It turned out to be a broken (as in split in two pieces from top to bottom) solid wood pantry door that was locked (with a padlock). The explanation I was given was that one of their friends thought that it was the bathroom door and was determined to make their way in, which didn't make sense to me because why would a bathroom door be padlocked?? I ended up repairing it myself after being frustrated with the back and forth I had with her when I got a $200 estimate for the repair from a reputable handyman that her and her party thought was too high (meanwhile I had guests checking in and did not want to leave the door damaged). I would be weary of hosting her and her friends again as a result, although the rest of the house was left in good condition.