Garden Quarters in Lower Pacific Heights

 

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Rear Garden, Perfect for Relaxing

 

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Fabulous location and an even more fabulous private, whole apartment unit in a super-friendly and walk-able neighborhood of San Francisco. You'll be just steps away from more than 50 excellent bars and restaurants, 3 grocery stores, 3 convenience markets, and coffee houses. It sleeps up to 3, but is best enjoyed by couples, singles or business travelers. The large, 700-square ft. one-bedroom Garden Quarters unit is on the ground floor of our 1883 Victorian and we live in the home above it.

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Our Garden Quarters was recently remodeled in a traditional style featuring a fully-equipped gourmet kitchen with Viking gas range, microwave, GE Profile double-door refrigerator with water and ice in the door, and KitchenAid dishwasher and garbage disposer.

The eat-in kitchen...

Opens to the cozy living room with a very comfortable sofa,

a Vizio 47" flat panel TV with 500 cable channels and free streaming services like Netflix, and a stereo speaker system to plug your phone or tablet into. This room is where a twin Air Bed can be set up when needed.

A hall with a huge, mirrored sliding door closet leads to the spacious, quiet, carpeted bedroom with the garden outlook and great light.

In the bedroom there is more closet space, a stacked washer-dryer and French doors to the garden.

 

The bedroom features a Queen-sized bed, a dresser, two night tables and a desk for a work space or dressing table.

 

If you have a third guest, a twin-size inflatable Air Bed is available for your use. It can be set up in the living room, which has interior French doors and shades for privacy. Please keep in mind that inflating, deflating and making-up the Air Bed with our provided linens will be the responsibility of our guests.

The renovated bathroom has a glass enclosed shower-over-tub, a huge framed mirror and plenty of storage in the vanity.

 

High-speed WiFi Internet service (20 mps WiFi, 50 mps Ethernet) is free and available throughout the unit. Convenient USB charging ports are available in several rooms.

 

Guest access

Our back garden is yours to enjoy. There is seating, a table, an outdoor heater and a small gas BBQ available.

We have an herb garden and if you cook, you are welcome to harvest whatever you need to make your meal extra special. There are also several weekend Farmers' Markets nearby.

 

Guest interaction

We've owned this Victorian since 1989, so we know the neighborhood well. We welcome contact with our guests, will leave you completely alone, or anything in-between! Since we will be in our home during your stay, you can call or text us anytime from 8 am to 10 pm with questions or requests.

 

Neighborhood overview

It is a great area of San Francisco to spend time in a convenient, historic part of The City. Best for business travelers, tourist couples or singles. We have compiled a list of eating places, transportation details and more at our informational website.

 

Getting around

We are served by six San Francisco public transit lines (Muni), and you can get anywhere in the City in minutes via bus, streetcar and Bay Area Rapid Transit (BART). Additionally, you can use the Flywheel taxi app, as well as Lyft and Uber ride-sharing services. Several locations for Zipcar rentals are nearby for members. You really don't need to bring a car.

 

Bus Lines and Cable Cars

 

  • Closest is the No. 1 line on California Street, one block North of Pine Street. The East-bound bus will take you downtown, to Chinatown, North Beach and to the Ferry Building area. Or out to the Outer Richmond neighborhood on the West-bound line.

 

  • The No. 24 line is available at Divisadero and Pine Streets. The South-bound bus will take you the Castro, and the South portion of The City. North-bound it goes to Pacific Heights.

 

  • The No. 22 Fillmore line is available at Pine and Fillmore 5 blocks East. The South-bound bus will take you to the Mission District and all points in between. The North-bound goes to the Marina District including Union and Chestnut Streets.

 

  • The No. 2 Clement line is available at Divisadero and Sutter. It will take you East to Union Square and Market Street. The West-bound will take you to Clement Street.

 

  • The No. 38 Geary line has both express (R) and local service and is available at Divisadero and Geary. The East-bound bus will take you to Union Square, the Financial District downtown and the Transbay Terminal. West-bound the 38 goes out to the Ocean with it's outer stops near the Cliff House and the Legion of Honor art museum.

 

  • The No.43 Masonic line is available west up the hill on Pine Street at Presidio Avenue. It will take you to the Haight-Ashbury area, West Portal, and on to City College on the South-bound, and to the Presidio, Fort Mason and the Marina District on the North-bound.

 

  • Closest Historic Cable Car is at California Street and Van Ness Avenue, on the East side of Van Ness. There are also lines that start and end on Powell Street in Union Square that go to Fisherman's Wharf.

 

A PDF file of the entire SF Muni system is here.

 

Fare for bus or Muni streetcar rides is $2.75 cash or $2.50 if you use a Clipper Cards. No change provided when you pay in cash, so you will need two dollar bills and three quarters per adult. Children ride for $1.35 cash or $1.25 if they have a Clipper Card. Clipper Cards are available at all Walgreen's stores, at the underground Muni streetcar stations downtown, and at the SFMuni Kiosk at Geary and Presidio, not far from Garden Quarters. Historic Cable Car rides are $7.00 for all passengers.

 

For more information, go to: https://www.sfmta.com/getting-around/transit/fares-passes

 

Consider adding the APP "Transit" to you Smartphone. It knows where you are and tells you which lines are nearby and when the bus will come.


 

Other things to note

As mentioned, we live directly above this Garden Quarters unit, so you will occasionally hear footsteps from our kitchen, dining and family room above. We try hard to minimize the foot traffic, but 134-year-old Victorian buildings sometimes have some creaking and unavoidable sounds from the floors above.

 

No pets, no smoking and the unit is not suitable for young children under 5. Also no lit candles.

 

If you use our Air Bed for a third guest, it will affect the available space in the Living Room, and as mentioned, it must be inflated, deflated and made-up by our guests with our provided bedding.

 

Please note that we have no available on-site parking. The neighborhood has limited two-hour parking on the streets Monday thru Friday 9am-6pm, no restrictions on Saturday or Sunday. Overnight street parking allowed from 6pm to 9am if you can locate a parking spot nearby. There are some paid parking garages a few blocks away, but they are expensive.

 

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