Suitable to all tastes. Feel-good layout, comfortable flow, bright Victorian.
HW floors, wainscoting, ceiling trim. Soaking tub, marble ledge, standing shower. Living-lounge TV room. Steel kitchen, Viking gas range.
Deck, views, landscaped-lush yard. Sunny microclimate area. Aero airbed, washer-dryer and work bench. Easy street parking.
One-half block to trendy Cortland Ave. Villagesque feel - local library, Catholic church, playground, restaurants, boutiques, butcher shop, organic market.
The house is a Victorian with a cute stair case to bedrooms under a gabled roof ceiling. Regular height. Kitchen is remodeled. Bathroom was remodeled by owner for relaxation.
Situated in a great location. Just a block's distance from the villagesque Cortland Blvd of quaint shops, restaurants, bars, organic market and playground for kids and parks for pets.
Interaktion mit Gästen
I'll typically be there to move you in. The door has a digital lock so if I miss you, you can access the house with a 4-digit code of choice. I'll program it in on your arrival day.
Weitere wichtige Infos
This property has a permit certificate to operate from the San Francisco Short-Term Residential Office: STR-0002086.
Lizenz- oder Registrierungs-NummerSTR-0002086
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