Private bedroom with queen bed, full bathroom in a two bedroom flat.
Please inquire about other dates not posted on the calendar.
This is a Victorian beauty, located in the Noe Valley. Updated kitchen and bathroom. Walking distance to Whole Foods and shopping.
The house is located in Noe Valley - one of the most sought-after neighborhoods in San Francisco. The house is near the quaint and famous 24th Street, which has boutique clothing shops, great restaurants, bistro coffee shops, Whole Foods.
The home is literally 30 seconds walk to J-Church streetcar, which provides transportation to most neighborhoods such as downtown San Francisco, the Sunset (Ocean Beach), the Embarcadero, and the Castro. Walk 5 minutes from the house down 24th St, and you will have the BART - a high speed subway system. BART will take you to Downtown San Francisco, the Mission, the East Bay (Berkeley, Oakland) and to the San Francisco Airport.
Getting to the House from San Francisco airport:
Take BART from SFO to Mission and 24th St, you can walk approx 5 blocks to the house. You can also take a taxi or Uber/Lyft to the house - a 30 minute ride door to door.
You have full use of the kitchen for cooking and storing food in the fridge.
One bedrooms have a queen size bed, The bed will be lined with clean sheets, and the bathroom will be fully stocked with all toiletries and towels.
My wife and I will be staying in a separate upper unit, so if you need anything at any time, you can talk to us.
You will find plenty of street parking, but it is limited to either meters or two-hours. Residential non-metered street parking has a 2-hour limit Monday - Friday from 8:00am to 6:00pm, and is free without time limits Saturday and Sunday.
Make sure to check Street Cleaning signs on both sides of the street before you park to avoid getting a ticket for parking on a day/time when there is street cleaning.
Feel free to call, text or email me any time during your stay for any reason. I will have suggestions about traveling inside and outside the city as well as night and daytime entertainment. I'm looking forward to having you as our guest!
The Mission Dolores and Noe Valley neighborhoods:
As you walk the streets of the Mission you will find a plethora of taquerias, produce markets, Salvadoran bakeries, hip cafes, thrift shops and used-book stores. The Mission has evolved a cool coffee culture - taking the work of barista to a level of art and science. Long story short - you’ll find the best coffee in the city in the Mission. We recommend a quaint spot called “Coffee Shop” - 3139 Mission St. The owner, Wilson Jones is the nicest guy you’ll meet. I call him the Willy Wonka of coffee.
The area has everything you need for a good time out: trendy food spots, boutique clothing shops, bars, and live music.
Basically, everything is in walking distance. 24th Street area is the cultural heart of the Noe Valley, including the incomparable Dolores Park - 5 minute walk from the house - recently reconstructed with new facilities such as basketball and tennis courts, bathrooms, a huge grassy field for picnics, and a state-of-the art children’s playground.
Walk three blocks east and you will run into Valencia Street - the cultural hub of the Mission - offering a concoction of hipster cafes, vintage clothing shops, galleries, and restaurants. Valencia also offers a sundry nightlife of trendy bars, lounges, and music venues supporting local artists new and old.
Enjoy the J-Train street car a few seconds walk from the house! (download the app called Routesy to see when the next train will arrive at your stop).
Mission and 24th St has BART, which can take you to downtown, East Bay (Oakland and Berkeley) and the San Francisco Airport.
There is an Uber or Lyft driver 2 minutes away from pretty much anywhere in San Francisco. If you need help with this, let me know and I'll get you set up.
Bus routes will take you anywhere in the city. I will help you get oriented if you need.
San Francisco provides ferry service across the bay to Marin County, Alcatraz, and Angel Island. Scenic drive to Sonoma and Napa vineyards across the Golden Gate Bridge.
Disponible para huéspedes
1 bedroom, 1 bathroom, kitchen. The other bedroom is a private suite, as well as office behind the kitchen is occupied by a permanent resident, 32 year old male, Mark with his 29 year old wife. Quiet and friendly and very clean. You will have a separate shelf in the fridge and your own space in the kitchen cabinet. The bedroom is for one person. No overnight guests please. No other rooms are included in this offer. Note: if you are sensitive to the City sounds, there is a street car that runs on Church street. Most feed back that it was not a significant factor. This is an urban living, with next door neighbors, working families, babies, garbage prick up early every Tuesday, etc.. Basically your typical city life. But the Noe Valley neighborhood is one of the most sought after areas in San Francisco by locals as well as visitors. We ask for no late arrivals please. The occupant is asleep by 11pm . Also, no hold overs. Check out time is 11am. If you have a late flight, please make arrangements for your luggage. This is not a hotel, we can not store your personal items on premises after 11am.
Atención a los huéspedes
Best contact: Bella (PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN). During your stay we will be happy to answer your questions or give you helpful tips and suggestions about the city.
Otros aspectos destacables
If for some reason I'm not available while you are staying here, and you have urgent questions about the place, please email (EMAIL HIDDEN)
She will be able to "walk" you through various concerns within the house or neighborhood.
We are keeping the noise level low after 9:00pm on weekdays and 10pm on week-ends (Friday and Saturday). If you come back to the house after 10 p.m., please be considerate of neighbors. Please note, Mark is working late in his private office and sleeps later in the mornings. Please keep the noise level down while out and about the unit. That would be greatly appreciated my Mark:)
Please make sure front door is locked and secured when you leave the house.
I am a San Francisco native, but have lived in New York City, Marin County, San Diego, and Thailand. I am an elementary school teacher at Katherine Michiels School. I love the world of childhood education, and am always looking for new ways to innovate my practice as an educator.
I love going out to see live music and exploring the hidden gems of the city. There's always something new to check out! I like jamming on a guitar, taking photos with my DSLR camera, and riding my bicycle around town.
I love connecting with locals when I travel, so it's a huge bonus when I get to know my host or the people who live in the neighborhood.
My life motto is: Just Say Hi!