This San Francisco Victorian house is centrally located in the heart of trendy Hayes Valley within walking distance from wine bars, cafes, five star restaurants, high-end boutiques, clubs, bars, movie theaters, Civic Center, the Symphony & Opera and much more. One block away from a beautiful park where kids can play safely, two blocks away from BART / Muni transportation system and street cars. The access to the highway and the airport is very easy and very convenient. This large unit is fully furnished. It has its own entrance and comes with a parking space (driveway). The living room has a large bay window which allows natural lights to pour in. Cable TV and Internet are included. There are three bedrooms on the upper floor. The master bedroom has a California king bed and lots of lights from the bay window. The second bedroom has a full bed and is very quiet. The third bedroom has a twin size bed and is also very comfortable. There’s a spacious bathroom upstairs with a shower over a large tub. The kitchen is on the bottom floor and is fully equipped with a fridge, gas wolf stove, dishwasher and microwave. There’s also a formal dining area and a small bathroom. There’s a unique and comfortable outside sitting area including a barbecue. Laundry facilities are located in the basement which is very convenient. LOCATION Neighborhood: HAYES VALLEY. This San Francisco monthly rental is located in the heart of Hayes Valley. Unlike some other parts of San Francisco, Hayes Valley has managed to retain a sense of community and a nonexclusive feel despite the fast build-up and high price tags. Some of the businesses that braved the less-than-savory days are still around, such as the Hayes Street Grill, now twice its original size. But many of the shops sprouted up in the ’90s, making Hayes Valley a real destination spot. The combination results in a wide diversity in clientele. While high-end San Franciscans sip $7 cocktails at Absinthe, down the street many are powering down an entire meal for around the same price at Flipper’s. Now, tourists also head here specifically for the shopping, for one-of-a-kinds like a buffalo-leather chair or an exclusive Sue Wong Art Deco gown. The Hayes Valley commercial sector is young in age, but adult in style. As a destination, it serves theater and symphony patrons as well as high-end fashion and furnishing shoppers. PARKING SITUATION Parking is included (driveway in front of the garage door). It fits only a regular sized car.
All pets are allowed
Free street parking