Garden Apartment-Landmark Victorian-Postcard Row

Main House
Main House
San Francisco, CA 94117
Garden Apartment-Landmark Victorian-Postcard Row
Apartment
1 bedrooms
3 guests
No min stay

Overview Description

Overview

Bedrooms: 1
Bathrooms: 1
Sleeps: 3
Type: Apartment
Per night: $135 - $150
Per week: $1,070
Pets allowed: Yes
Internet: No
Description of the San Francisco vacation apartment rental
LANDMARK VICTORIAN
Garden level, of landmark, SHANNON-KAVANAUGH House, anchoring San Francisco's Renowned Postcard Row in Alamo Square.

Having its own separate entrance, this rental offers a wonderful private space featuring open living plan with large living room, eat-in kitchen, full bath and large bedroom. Ample storage space including double closest, side closet and storage shelves, are found throughout rooms.

Kitchen and open living area look out large windows to alluring, garden designed and maintained by award winning Landscape Designer, cared for by him personally for 30 years plus.

Down a hallway there is a large bedroom with a custom-made, steel, canopy bed with fine linens. The large master bathroom features full size tub with custom glass door. The apartment is approximately 900 square feet. Washer and Dryer available, cable TV, and High Speed Internet, Wi-Fi Provided.

Available on a month-to-month basis, fully furnished, designer decorated, featured on HGTV. This apartment is a favorite location for the San Francisco Opera to place their performers.

Available monthly for $3500 per month,
Weekly for $1070 per week,
Security Deposit Required
Pets Accepted Conditionally, with Additional Deposit

Thomas Zickgraf Shannon

Area Information
Alamo Square It is characterized by Victorian architecture that was left largely untouched by the urban renewal projects in other parts of the Western Addition. The Alamo Square area contains the second largest concentration of large homes (over 10,000 square feet) in San Francisco, after the Pacific Heights neighborhood.
The park includes a playground and a tennis court, and is frequented by neighbors, tourists, and dog owners. On a clear day, the Transamerica Pyramid building and the tops of the Golden Gate Bridge and Bay Bridge can be seen from the park's center. San Francisco's City Hall can be seen directly down Fulton Street.
A row of Victorian houses facing the park on Steiner Street, known as the "Painted Ladies", are often shown in the foreground of panoramic pictures of the city's downtown area. A number of movies, television shows and commercials have been filmed in or around Alamo Square. The opening sequence of the American sitcom Full House (1987-1995) features a romp in Alamo Square Park with the famous row of Victorians in the background.[2]. There are many architecturally significant mansions on the perimeter of the park, including the Archbishop's Mansion, the residences of the Russian and German Imperial consuls in the early 1900s, and the mansions on the block diagonally across from the Painted Ladies.
The demographics of the neighborhood are characteristic of other urban neighborhoods that have undergone gentrification: many young people and upper-middle-class homeowners, in addition to a diverse older population. Divisadero Street, which divides Alamo Square from North Panhandle, is home to a number of small businesses including a growing collection of hip and popular restaurants and bars. Efforts on the part of Alamo Square and North Panhandle residents and merchants have led to restrictions on chain stores on the corridor. The Harding Theater on Divisadero, closed for many years, is a local symbol of the power of a number of non-profit groups to stymie development, in spite of efforts to put forward a variety of proposals to use this potentially valuable piece of property.
Neighborhood groups include the Alamo Square Neighborhood Association and the Haight-Divisadero Neighborhood Merchants Association.
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Jan 01 2015 Dec 31 2016 $135 $150 $1,070 $3,410 -
Check In: 4 p.m. Check Out: 12 p.m.
Lodging tax: 14%
Deposits: Cost of Rental Due at Booking, Deposit is non-refundable, unless apartment booked by others. A 25% cancellation fee would apply though even if alternate booking is accepted.
Payment Options: American Express, Cashier's Check, Mastercard, Money Order, PayPal, Personal Check, Visa
Other Fees: Security Deposit Required for Pets
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