SAN FRANCISCO SHORT-TERM RESIDENTIAL RENTAL REGISTRATION NUMBER: STR-OOOOO38
Possession of a San Francisco Short-Term Rental Registration Certificate certifies that the registration certificate holder has agreed to comply with the terms of the San Francisco Short-Term Residential Rental Ordinance (San Francisco Administrative Code Section 41A). This ordinance does not require an inspection of the unit by the City for potential Building, Housing, Fire, or other Code violations.
Your fully furnished bedroom is located in a quiet, elegant Castro/Eureka Valley home built around 1930. The light and airy room features a queen-sized four-poster bed, a small sunny deck with views of the Bay Bridge and the lights of the East Bay cities, free wireless internet, and a full bathroom (with soaking tub and shower) just down the hall. Watch the twinkling lights downtown and across the Bay from from bed as you drift off to sleep, and enjoy your morning coffee or tea in the sunshine on the deck.
You may enjoy strolling along the many small neighborhood streets nearby, featuring quaint houses and beautiful views of the surrounding hills and the skyscrapers of the Financial District visible in the distance.
You are welcome to use the public areas of the home, including the living room with fireplace and baby grand piano, formal dining room, and recently renovated kitchen (fully stocked with all sorts of appliances, pots and pans, cooking utensils and hundreds of interesting cookbooks). Laundry facilities are available for your use downstairs.
Street parking is plentiful, but you are also always welcome to park in a space in front of the garage (except during the once-a-week 2-hour street cleaning window). The heart of the Castro district (with the Castro MUNI Metro Station to downtown and the rest of the city) is a pleasant 10-minute downhill walk away, and the 33-Stanyan bus (bus stop just down the street) will whisk you to the restaurants and bars of the Castro, lovely Dolores Park, the hip hangouts and galleries of the Mission, and the 16th Street BART station, in one direction, and to Haight-Ashbury neighborhood and the museums and other attractions of Golden Gate Park in the other direction. The historic F-Market streetcar will take you on a leisurely journey from the Castro to downtown, the recently renovated shops, markets, and eateries of the Ferry Building at the foot of Market Street, and on around the Embarcadero to Fisherman's Wharf and Ghirardelli Square (allow about 45 minutes for the whole trip). My home is an easy one-transfer BART($8)/MUNI($2.75) ride from San Francisco and Oakland International Airports.
Your host is a friendly 52 y.o. gay attorney and classical musician.