The City House With Amazing Ocean Views

Made for Entertaining!
Made for Entertaining!Ocean Beach and world famous Cliff HouseLiving RoomLiving RoomBring out your inner Chef!The Dining  RoomLower "Chill Out" roomGrand Bedroom with Ocean VistasOpen the window feel the ocean breezeUpstairs Room with Pacific ViewsBedroom with Deck AccessThe Backyard ViewOcean View from the BedroomYour Pirvate Oasis
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32nd and Quintara, San Francisco, CA 94116
The City House With Amazing Ocean Views
3 bedrooms
6 guests
No min stay

Overview Description


Bedrooms: 3
Bathrooms: 2
Sleeps: 6
Type: Home
Per night: $299
Per week: $1,800
Pets allowed: No
Internet: Yes
Description of the San Francisco vacation home rental

San Francisco is a world class city that invites you to explore. From our San Francisco row house on the western side of the city you can begin your exploration with an early morning walk at Ocean Beach, the largest urban beach in the nation. Continue your adventure by touring the heart of the city via your own car from your private garage, (rare in San Francisco), or by public transit at your doorstep. The Golden Gate Bridge is a quick 10 minute drive by car, but if you take public transit, parking is not a problem and you can treat yourself to the experience of walking across the bridge and feeling the cool ocean breeze and looking at the wonders of our beautiful city.

Our home is truly grand and we want to make it available to you. It is a large home with about 1,900 sq/ft 190 sq/meters. Three bedrooms, two bath rooms, two living area, dining room, and massive kitchen are available for you to rent for your vacation. Wonderful Restaurants are within walking distance.

We have a lovely private Garden and Deck that you can relax in while enjoying the clean Pacific Ocean breeze.

We love our city and would like to show it to you.

Charles and Nancy

Charles Haig

Area Information
The Sunset District is the largest district within the city of San Francisco, California. Districts in San Francisco are sections of the city larger than neighborhoods, but distinct enough (at least when they were initially identified) to be set apart by name from another district.

The Sunset comprises much of the west-central section of San Francisco. Its northern border is Golden Gate Park, western border Ocean Beach, southern border Sloat Boulevard, and its eastern border is roughly at 7th Avenue. All six lanes of State Route 1 run directly through the middle of the Sunset District along 19th Avenue, neatly bisecting the district into two sub-districts-the Inner Sunset (east of 19th Avenue) and the Outer Sunset (from 19th Avenue to Ocean Beach). Those two areas are very different in terms of demographics and commercial development.

The western part of the Sunset borders the cold north Californian Pacific Ocean coastline, so it tends to get much of the fog San Francisco is famous for. The Sunset is one of the more residential districts in San Francisco. The area, particularly the Outer Sunset, has several assets to the people who live there: the best-performing schools in the city[citation needed]; a low crime rate[citation needed]; plenty of parking (a rarity in San Francisco); and great ocean views. Sand can be found on roadways and driveways within the first 5-10 blocks east of Ocean Beach, carried by Pacific Ocean winds.

The commercial area along Irving Street is served by Muni Metro's N Judah line. The neighborhood's property values have risen along with those of other San Francisco districts, most spectacularly during the late 1990s. Wood-frame and stucco homes of 1,000-1,500 square feet, originally built in the 1930s and 1940s for $6,000-$10,000, now sell for prices that often reach $950,000 and beyond.

The Inner Sunset is now a popular evening destination, primarily due to the influx of young transplants with disposable income. It has a diverse mix of restaurants along 9th Avenue and Irving Street (the intersection of which is the focal point of the area). The fortunes of the Inner Sunset have only risen in the last decade starting with the sudden influx of young transplants from all over the United States during the late '90s. Prior to the boom of the late '90s, smaller service businesses such as laundromats and grocery stores dominated the Inner Sunset's commercial character.

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Oct 04 2015 Nov 01 2016 $299 $299 $1,800 $6,000 -
Deposits: $250 deposit will be refunded after stay
Payment Options: Discover, Mastercard, Visa

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1 review
Garth Lawrence

Great stay

Garth Lawrence

Denver Colorado

Great stay

August 16, 2010

The house was on the ocean side of the bay but only a short drive or bus ride to the center of San Francisco. The house was perfect for our family. The beds were comfortable and the neighborhood was very quiet. We would love to rent there again.

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