Our row house is a hidden jewel on Nob Hill, perched on the east side of the hill. It is the convenience of the best location of the city paired with the privacy and ease of a single family home.
And while Elle Decor thinks our kitchen is perfect for a "glam breakfast", there are 3 critical details to note before you rent:
1) The second bedroom is in our basement. We've turned this space into a cozy den on a regular basis and lovingly think of it as the perfect location for someone who needs dark and quiet to sleep. 2) Although they won't be around while you're visiting, we do have a cat and dog living in our home. 3) Our home is feet from the cable car museum/turnaround. The cars rumbling by add to the charm, but do add a bit of urban noise to the experience.
You'll have full access to the entire home, two bedrooms, one full marble bath, living spaces, designer remodeled kitchen, and cozy tv den. Amenities include high speed Wi-Fi, Housekeeping service provided once a week, Utilities, cable television, iPod docking stations, Roku on 3 TVs.
We're an enjoyable and beautiful 5-10 minute walk to:
- China Town
Cable Car Museum (great free museum right around the corner)
Grace Cathedral (free yoga on Tuesdays!)
Huntington Square Park (and the Big 4 restaurant...a local favorite watering hole)
Union Square (Wonderful shopping)
Polk St. bars, restaurants and nightlife (Our favorites include St. Frank Coffee and Cheese Plus for sandwiches)
- Lombard St. (we suggest taking the cable car on over and walking back)
And only a 10-20 minute walk to:
- North Beach
Moscone Convention Center
- Fisherman's Wharf
- Ferry Building
Our block is adjacent to the Cable Car Museum giving you incredibly easy access to all forms of public transportation. The other end of the block provides access to 2 MUNI bus lines. BART is a 15 minute walk or $7 Uber ride away.
Other Things to Note:
We've been city residents for nearly a decade and are happy to help with pointing out the best place for a Manhattan, easiest way to catch the cable car (which stops 100 feet from the front door), to hidden parks and neighborhood haunts.
The house is located on an alley two blocks off the top of Nob Hill and two blocks up from Chinatown. It's a little urban nook and cranny of the City often missed by both locals and tourists alike.+ More