Our gorgeous East-lake Victorian home is located in the heart of San Francisco, at the intersection of Duboce Triangle/Castro/Mission, a block from Market Street. Steps away from public transportation and Zipcar, walking distance from everything you need (Whole Foods, gyms, Soul Cycle, yoga, four parks). It has 2 bedrooms and one bathroom, a full/queen size sleeper in the living room (sleeps 2). The entire home is registered with the City of San Francisco's Short-Term Rental Department
Remodeled East-Lake Victorian home - Intersection of the Mission / Castro and Duboce Triangle, heart of SF - Speedy Wi-Fi, perfect for late-night Netflix binges. - Views on a gorgeous community garden - Steps away from trolley, MUNI, Zipcar right across the street
I'm here if you have any questions but I have a property management service if you have any emergencies, which might include: Plumbing Issues, Lockouts, Down Wi-Fi.
Duboce Triangle is a gem in the heart of San Francisco and close to everything.
Visitors to San Francisco/Bay Area have three options of getting around:
- Uber/Lyft: My recommended choice- It's cheap, quick, and the most comfortable option. You never have to worry about parking (which can be a nightmare), it's 2-3 times faster than public transit, and you can grab a ride to downtown for about $10. Makes a lot of sense if you need plan to stay in the city and only hail 1-3 rides a day.
- Public transit: Is very reliable and by far the cheapest choice but all the transfers can mean for a longer ride.
- Renting a car: Likely the most expensive option, as you'll also have to contend with parking but definitely the best option if your intention is to venture out of SF and around the Bay Area. Two Zipcar cars are available to rent right in front of the house. Public transportation (tram, Muni) only a few steps away. Parking can be a challenge anywhere in the City but you can find a spot with Spothero. It will show you available parking, as well as parking garages and lots. Parking is easy to find during the day and you'll likely be able to find a spot on the block.