This elegant Victorian flat, that survived the 1906 earthquake, is located in one of the most prestigious neighborhoods of San Francisco called Pacific Heights. It is a house that was converted into three flats in the late 1970's. Our flat is the middle of the three flats with fabulous light on all sides.
This 'painted lady', with all the original detail, was completely redecorated in 2007. It has four bedrooms and two bathrooms one which is an en-suite bathroom. There is a large kitchen with all new appliances. In the den, next to the kitchen, there is a sitting area and a dining table. At the other end of the flat there is a double parlor. The flat has two fireplaces that are non-operational. There are hardwood floors throughout the flat.
There are two queen beds in two of the bedrooms. One of these bedrooms has its own flat screen television. Another bedroom has a double bed and the smallest of the bedrooms has a sofa bed which converts to a twin bed.
One of the double living rooms ( double parlor) has a large flat screen television with very comfortable sofas and chairs. The other double living room has a desk with WI-FI internet connections and a printer.
There is a laundry room with ironing facilities and a washer/dryer.
The flat is within easy walking distance to Fillmore, Union and Chestnut Streets with their lovely boutiques and great restaurants. There is bus service in front of the house for Noe Valley and around the corner a bus to take you to Union Square. There is a bus three blocks away to take you to the Embarcadero and Bart.
There are two parks on either side of the Jackson/Fillmore area. One, Alta Plaza, has tennis court facilities. One block away is a fabulous view of the Golden Gate Bridge and San Francisco Bay.