Steps from Mission St, this private room provides the unique feel on living in Victorian era San Francisco with high ceilings, original hardwood floors, Victorian wood paneling, and separate closet space. You will have shared access to a full size kitchen, full size bathroom, high speed Internet, and a double parlor living room with 60in cable television overlooking picturesque Diamond Heights region.
This bedroom has a unique Victorian San Francisco feel with original chandelier and hardwood floors. There is a separate closet space, clothes dresser, and a window to provide natural light. The room also includes a comfortable single size bed. You will find Asian antiques and artwork throughout the apartment to give an interesting blend between SF Victorian and old Asian culture. The apartment is over 2,000 square feet with high ceilings (12 - 15 ft+) and includes 4 bedrooms, sharing one bathroom / kitchen. There is a private entrance to the apartment that has a straight 2 story walk up.
Guests can access all areas inside the apartment plus the back porch area. The attic space and backyard are off limits unfortunately.
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My wife (Marie), my son (Jacob - 2 yrs), and I live in the apartment, and we are big global travelers ourselves. We are excited to share our apartment with other like mind travelers from all over the world / US that are interested in exploring this great city of San Francisco. I would be happy to answer any questions that you have regarding the apartment, neighborhood, and / or San Francisco in general.
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My wife and I have lived in Asia for a long time, and we both love to travel and explore different cultures and communities. My wife is an Asian antiques dealer so we have built up a large amount of antiques over the years, which we have included in our San Francisco apartment. I had lived in San Francisco for awhile and really enjoy the vibrancy and culture of the Mission area.