Mission's Heart Apartment

Rates

Low Season

$3950

High Season

$3950

Property Details

SqFt:
1380

Floor:
1st

Bedrooms:
2

Sleeps up to:
4

Bathrooms:
1

Cleaning Fee:
200

Refundable damage Deposit:
1 month rent

Parking Situation:
Street parking

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PROPERTY DESCRIPTION & AMENITIES:

Features: Wood floors, Patio, Garden, Central heating, Internet Wi-Fi, No smoking property, No pets property, TV

Kitchen: Refrigerator, Freezer, Stove, Oven, Microwave, Dishwasher, Coffee maker, Toaster, Pots and Pans, Kettle, Glassware, Dishes

Beds: Queen bed, Bed Linen provided

More Features: Washer, Dryer, Hair dryer, Iron, Towels, Courtesy toilet paper

PROPERTY DESCRIPTION

The Urban Oasis is a semi renovated 1904 Victorian. A perfect blend of classic details like 11 1/2 foot tall ceilings, spacious rooms with natural lighting from 7 foot windows, and modern conveniences. Our property contains a large front room, two bedrooms, kitchen, a long hallway which opens to a foyer for taking off coats and shoes, office, bathroom, laundry room and garden area.
Both bedrooms have queen sized beds, full closets, dressers and laundry baskets. All beds are equipped with multiple pillows, extra blankets and extra sheets. The couch in the living room can also be turned into a guest bed as well.
Here, you really can have it all. A beautiful bright spacious calming home, including a truly lovely semi wild garden with a barn backing the yard, old fruit trees, succulents, flowers, native bee towers and sculpture, or you can walk out the front door onto 20th St., where within any where between 3 and 10 minutes on foot you can find pretty much anything you desire.
You may decide to spend your days exploring everything that San Francisco has to offer, or you may want to unwind at home where there is everything you could expect from a full kitchen set up and a fully appointed home.
All flooring is original soft wood. The entire home is fully furnished, decorated beautifully and thoughtfully. Clean lines and lovely carpets. Books to enjoy. All of the original one of a kind artwork which has been made by bay area artists. Paintings, works on paper, colleges as well as several vintage paint by numbers. In the garden, its hard to believe your in the middle of the city.

Features: Soft wood floors. Patio, Lovely garden, Central heating, Internet Wi-Fi, HDTV, No smoking property inside. Back yard smoking fine. Just use ashtrays.

Kitchen: Refrigerator, Freezer, Microwave, Oven, Electric Tea pot, French press coffee pot, Toaster, Stainless Pots Pans, Glassware, Dishes for four, extra available. Flatware, Cooking utensils, Full set of knives, Pyrex, Cookie sheets, Tupperware. Oven mitts, dish towels, paper towels.

Bedrooms: Both have queen size beds, two pillows, two sets of sheets per room, two comforters per room. These are synthetic pillows and comforters, but nice. Chest of drawers, Full closets, Laundry baskets, wooden hangers. A chair.

Front room: Couch, two chairs, pillows, side tables, large coffee table, floor lamps, flat screen, book case with books.

Office: Desk, chair, bookcase.

Bathroom: Old style clawfoot tub with shower, two full sets of white towels, bath mat. Non-slip mat for inside tub. Hair drier. Toilet paper

Laundry room: Washer / drier, stainless steal table for folding cloths, stainless steal storage rack, Iron, Ironing board, broom/dusty tray, recycling container

Backyard: Table w/ two chairs.

LOCATION DESCRIPTION

Neighborhood: The Mission. The Mission is perhaps the trendiest diverse neighborhood San Francisco. It is a mix of families whom have lived in the Mission for years, tech employees, hipsters, and artists. This neighborhood gives you a friendly and interesting view to a true cross section of the city. Within a block or two you will find incredibly popular bars like Trick Bar, great artisan restaurants like Salumeria, Flour and water, Sasaki, True Laurel. Brew pubs and neighborhood bars like Southern Pacific Brewery, Shotwells, The Homestead, The Ritespot.

Of course you are in the Mission, so you will find a large selection of restaurants serving authentic Mexican, Ecuadorian and Guatemalan at low prices.
We like:San Jalisco, 20th St and South Van Ness
Taqueria Cancun, Mission and 19th St.
El Faro across the street Folsom and 20th St.
El Metate: Bryant and 22nd St.
Best Taco truck, El Tonayense. Harrison and15th St.
Of course people spend hours and hours passionately arguing about Burritos. So this is not a definitive list by all means.

Peppered throughout the neighborhood are corner markets. They range from minimal to fancy. Everyone has their favorite as well. Kings Market; 22 St and Bryant, Norms Market: 20th and Bryant, El Porvenir: Treat and 21st St., Casa Maria: 23rd St and South Van Ness, Issacs Market Folsom and 22nd st. Just a few…..

Just a ten minute walk and your on 24th St. Your find dozens shops, cafes, restaurants, bookstores. Humphrey Slocombe Ice Cream, Wise Sons Jewish Deli, St Francis Fountain to name a few…

In another direction Mission Street. Wow. Everything.

Yet even further, Valencia St. Shopping, Eating, Drinking, Looking, Nightclubs, Bars, Bakeries, It goes on forever. Don’t forget to go to the Pirate supply store (826 Valencia) started by Dave Eggars. Paxton Gate, an interesting funky shop for nature lovers and then some. Dog eared books, the best old time Mission bookstore. Dandelion chocolates. On and on….

So many things to do in so little time. We have listed things to do within 10 minutes walking distance. Is it food you want? or something else? Here are some ideas:
Food?
Kahnfections,Tartine Manufactory, Atlas Cafe, Salumeria, Universal Cafe, Lemon Rosticcerie, Flour and Water, Blowfish sushi, Sasaki sushi, Farmhouse Thai, True Laural and of course all the taquerias.
Refreshments?
Trick Bar, Southern Pacific Brewery, Neighborhood bars: Shotwells, Ritespot, The Homestead
Movies ?
Roxie Theater, Alamo Drafthouse Cinema, Foreign Cinema
Need to move around?
Moxie Yoga, ODC Dance commons, Mission Cliffs-climbing, Hit fit SF gym/boxing, Ford GoBikes, five locations near you
Need to do something different?
Mission bowl, Urban Put
Need to people watch?
Mission Doloras Park
Shop? Valencia St, Mission St., 24th St

Further out?
Union Square, Haight Ashbury, The Ferry building, The Exploratorium, Crissy Field,The Wave Organ
Golden Gate Park,The Academy of Sciences,The De Young Museum,The Palace of the Legion of Honor
The Museum of Modern Art

PARKING SITUATION

There is no parking available in the building. You can park on the street for free and though it is unlimited in one way, you will need to pay attention to areas that have time limits. There is also a bart station (subway) only a few blocks away so you don’t need a car to move around. There are a few public parking garages nearby as well.

City owned Parking Garage 2351 Mission St. between 19th and 20th

SF General Hospital Garage 2500 24th St.

PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION & DISTANCES

The SFO Airport is 11.5 miles away from the property: By car or taxi:19 minutes. You can also book a shuttle service. By public transportation Bart goes from 16th and 24th stations to the Airport. 45 minutes. You will have to transfer in some cases. We are equal distance between these two stations.

OAK, Oakland International Airport: The Oakland Airport is 19.7 miles away, From the Coliseum BART station (Platform 1 & 2 ) you got to Platform 3 which is an 8 minute train ride to the terminal

SJC, San Jose International Airport. The San Jose Airport: 44.4 miles.

The Moscone Center is 2.3 miles away from the property: By car or taxi 15 minutes. By Public transportation 20 minutes. Take Bus #12 direction Van Ness and stop at 4th St. Walking distance is 40 minutes

Valencia St: .4 miles or 10 minute walk

Union Square: 2.9 miles away. Car or taxi: 14 minutes. By public transportation: 24 minutes. Take Bart at 24th St station direction East Bay an stop at Powell St.

Golden Gate park: 3.3 miles
Ocean Beach: 6.3 miles

San Jose: 46 miles
Oakland:11 miles
Berkeley: 13.4 miles

Ways to get around:
BART (Bay Area Rapid Transit)
MUNI ( San Francisco Municipal Railway)
Caltrain ( Goes from San Francisco to San Jose area)
San Francisco Bay Ferry (Goes from San Francisco to Sausalito, Larkspur, Oakland, Alameda,
GoFord bikes
Flywheel taxi, Lift and Uber

GROCERIES NEARBY

Gus Market: Harrison and17th St.
Rainbow Grocery Folsom and Division St
Safeway Potrero Center on Bryant and 16th St
FoodsCo. Folsom and 15th ST.
La Palma Mexicatessen, 24th St.

Further away:
Whole Foods 17th and Rhode Island
Whole Foods Dolores at Market
Bi Rite Market 18th and Guerrero

Produce markets:
Mission St. between 17th and 24th Streets.
Mission Community market Bartlet St. Thursdays 4-8pm

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