This bright and beautiful home in the Outer Sunset is your perfect home away from home.
The newly updated living room is complete with a large flat screen, equipped with basic cable and Apple TV. The living room is the ideal spot for relaxing after a day of sightseeing.
Both bedrooms are sunny and airy. The master bedroom has a comfortable king size bed. The second bedroom has a relaxing full bed. The living room's couch has a queen pull out bed to accommodate two additional guests.
The newly remodeled gourmet kitchen is perfect for making a home cooked meal to enjoy in the dining room by the open patio. The kitchen is equipped with new state of the art stainless steel appliances.
You also have access to the private backyard space.
There is one full bathroom and one half bathroom to accommodate guests.
The garage has a washer and dryer for guest use.
And a rare amenity in San Francisco, two onsite parking spots!
Garage parking spot for one compact/full size car (large SUVS won't fit). The driveway can fit one small/compact car (car cannot block sidewalk, you can get a ticket if it does).
There are 12 stairs to the front entrance and 14 stairs from the garage to the main living space.
The Sunset district is away from city center but easy to get to by car or public transportation. A quiet, residential area, the Sunset has main streets lined with restaurants, cafes, and bars. If you love crab, you must go to Thanh Long, the best dungeness crab and garlic noodles in the city! Nearby Taraval Street has great choices, start the day at Parkside Tavern with some delish Eggs Benedict or stuffed French Toast, El Burrito Express (can't come to SF and not have a burrito!), and choices of delicious asian dumpling restaurants.
There are great benefits to staying in the Sunset! 1.5 miles west is the Pacific Ocean. Walk along the shore of Ocean beach and suck in the sea air! 1.5 miles north is beautiful, lush Golden Gate Park. Not only is Golden Gate Park full on walking and biking trails but the home of the California Academy of Sciences, the De Young Museum, Conservatory of Flowers, and the Japanese Tea Gardens.
Want to venture out to Union Square and Fisherman's Wharf? Hop on the L-Taraval Muni Street Car and enjoy the scenes of the city as it takes you to the heart of Market Street and Union Square.
Public transportation is the easiest way to get around the city! Taking the L-Taraval Street car goes through different districts of SF, including the famous Castro district and the eats and shops of the West Portal district.
Want to visit Ghirardelli Square and Fisherman's Wharf? Make the most of getting there! We recommend you take the L-Taraval street car to Powell Street and Market Street. Jump on the Powell-Hyde Cable Car (did you know that San Francisco's cable car is the only moving landmark in the US?) which takes you through Chinatown (the first Chinatown in the US!) and to Ghirardelli Square. This cable car line also takes you to the top of Lombard Street, the crookedest street in the world, and famous shots of Alcatraz and Coit Tower. The Powell-Mason cable car line also takes you through China Town and straight to the start of Fisherman's Wharf and San Francisco's Italian neighborhood, North Beach.
If you'd rather leave your car at the home, Uber, Lyft, and Yellow Cab is also great ways to get around San Fransisco.+ More