- Family/child friendly
- Indoor fireplace
|Address||Ames Street, 94110 San Francisco, United States|
Nearby Mission Street is a unique blend of ethnic and modern. It features many interesting shops, taquerias and restaurants representing all the South American countries.
Right outside the front door of the flat is a fine collection of neighborhood pubs, restaurants and cafes. And two blocks away is the world famous Dolores Park offering an extensive new playground, panoramic city views, performances and great people watching experiences.
Public transportation options abound. There is a Bart stop located within a 10 minute walk. Bart is the Bay Area’s regional transportation system and provides quick access to downtown and the financial district as well as points in the South and East Bay. There are bus lines 2 blocks away on Mission Street and a J-Church Muni Metro stop 2 blocks away on Church Street. The J-Church line runs under Market Street and provides easy access to San Francisco’s cultural destinations-Davies Symphony Hall, War Memorial Opera House, Union Square, Cable Cars, Financial District, Embarcadero Piers, Fisherman’s Warf, PacBell Park and much more.
The flat is in an historic building constructed in the 1890’s. It features a bay window, high ceilings, decorative detailing, hardwood floors, ornamental and designer lighting and a working fireplace. The electrical and plumbing systems have been completely updated. The kitchen is newly renovated and includes a gas range, microwave, dishwasher, disposer and refrigerator with ice maker. It is fully equipped with cook and dinnerware.
Bedroom 1 includes 2 queen beds and 1 twin bed. Bedroom 2 includes queen bunk beds. There is a full sofa bed in the Living Room. The full bath includes a shower over a tub. There is WIFI and cable TV. Bedding and towels are included.
Signed rental agreement required prior to occupancy.
Parking Available for $25/night.
$500.00 Security Deposit for up to 7 guests. $1000.00 Security deposit 8+ guests. The Security Deposit to be paid directly to the Owner.
Check In 4:00PM. Check Out 11:00AM. House must be cleaned. Title 8 California Code.
Maximum of 10 guests.
We recommend the purchase of trip insurance covering the cost of non-refundable deposits resulting from cancellations.
No consumables provided except at the discretion of the host.
No refunds will be issued for lapse of WIFI or cable TV service.
We have a strict prohibition on any noise that disturbs our neighbors. Use of this unit to host a party is prohibited. Disturbance of neighbors will be subject to forfeiture of part or all of security deposit to be paid to neighbors commensurate with their inconvenience and loss of use.
Failure to recycle and compost trash will result in $100 charge.
Late checkout without prior arrangements will result in $100 charge.
|Weekly rate for up to 7 guests||$ 2205 US|
|Monthly rate for up to 7 guests||$ 5473 US|
|Price for > 7 guests||$ 26 US per guest/night extra|
|Check-in after||4 PM|
|Check-in before||On arrangement|
|Check-out before||11 AM|
Very spacious apartment in a nice neighborhood. We were 6 people and there was enough room for all of us. BART station is in a walking distance and it was the fastest way to get to the downtown.
This is a great house in a lovely area. There were 4 adults and 4 children and we all fitted comfortably. It may seem odd but the bar next door does a fantastic milkshake. There is a corner store just over the road very handy if you run out of anything. Mission Dolores Park is 5 minutes walk away and has a fantastic new playground. Handy hint if you cut to Valencia at 18th and back up to Guerrero at 22nd you avoid the big hill
Apartamento muy bien equipado, barrio agradable con muchos restaurantes y bares, anfitriona pendiente de dudas y aportando muy buena información
Appartamento molto bello. Completo di ogni attrezzatura. In ottima posizione. Lo consiglio vivamente
We spent almost two months in this apartment. Everything inside was as described in the advertisement in wimdu, with the exception of the kitchen area which now has a slightly (and more useful) layout. The rooms were clean and – for an apartment rented out – well kept.
The kitchen equipment included everything you need for cooking and drinking, although some of the dishes and cutlery initially made a greasy impression; however, running it once though the dishwasher solved the problem. Crockery may soon have to be replaced as some plates and dishes are missing.
The bathroom is not really very big, however, sufficient for our party of two and occasional guests.
There were two bedrooms, the master bedroom in the back of the apartment and not very bright as the window opened to a narrow space between two buildings. The second bedroom was in the front of the building towards Eureka Street and had big windows giving lots of light. On the other hand it was exposed to the noise of cars and buses passing by.
There are two more much larger apartments in the building that have a separate entrance below the main staircase which led to “our” apartment. Despite detailed description of the location of the second entrance many arriving guests (and delivery services) ended up in front of our door, which was sometimes annoying. Moreover, it seemed that new guests tend to celebrate at least their first evening in San Francisco; voices and the rumour of furniture like chairs moved around at late hours sometimes was very disturbing as the building is very clairaudient.
In situations as describes before the landlord had offered to call him at any time – what we did only once. It helped a lot. Also with other issues and requests that came up (small problems with the bed or the sofa) George was very responsive and made sure that these problems were solved quickly.
The neighbourhood – Castro – is very nice and we enjoyed a lot living here. There were three shopping areas in the neighbourhood, one in walking distance, two more somewhat more distant so that one may want to use public transport. Lots of bars and restaurants made the area even more attractive, not to forget the old Castro Theatre.
There is a bus stop almost in front of the house, three more in less than five minutes walking distance; the stop of Muni Metro lines and the historic F-line are in less than ten minutes walking distance. However, the way back from the Castro Station to the apartment is uphill.
Most buildings on Eureka and other adjacent streets are old Victorians and well kept. The outside of “our” building definitely is in need of some maintenance.
Overall, we enjoyed the time in San Francisco and the apartment very much and do recommend the place. Two months go by so quickly…
Wonderful property - spacious, well equipped and clean, in a great location. Always very prompt and friendly responses from the owners. Would recommend, and will hopefully be back one day!
Perfect location in a calmer residential area but with great communications to the city and to great food at Castros main streets. The apartment was a great three floors high apartment with a superb top floor with an open kitchen/living area.
We spent 2 nights in this lovely comfortable apartment, very clean and located in a residential area, quiet and 2 steps from the metro and Bart.
The owners are very responsive to emails sent before our trip and during our stay.
Nous avons passé 2 nuits dans ce charmant appartement tout confort, très propre et situé dans un quartier résidentiel,calme et 2 pas du métro et du Bart.
Les propriétaires sont très réactifs pour les mails envoyés avant notre voyage et pendant notre séjour.
Que du positif
Very nice spacious apartment. We have the 3 day felt very comfortable. For 6 people very comfortably.
Sehr schöne geräumige Wohnung. Wir haben uns die 3 Tage sehr wohl gefühlt. Für 6 Personen sehr komfortabel.
Viele Grüße Christina
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