Photos and Description of this 1 bedroom holiday apartment in San Francisco
Apartment, 1 Bedroom, 1 Bath, (Sleeps 1-2)
One bedroom, one bath. Garage parking. DSL. 97 Henry Street - Corner of Henry and Noe. San Francisco.
This is a fully furnished one bedroom apartment. The apartment is completely remodeled with cherry cabinets, hardwood floors, granite slab counters in the kitchen, marble bathroom and all new furniture. This San Francisco vacation rental is on the first floor and has a private entrance.
About This San Francisco Neighborhood-
Duboce Triangle is a safe residential neighborhood bounded by Market, Duboce Park and Castro Streets. The neighborhood is dominated by two four-unit buildings of Victorian vintage. Housing prices are some of the highest in San Francisco. Tree-lined Noe Street features small restaurants, coffee houses, stores and cafes. Public transit is excellent. K, L, M lines stop at Church Street Muni Station, with F, J, N, 22, 24, 35 lines aboveground. This neighborhood is located in the center of San Francisco.
This San Francisco apartment would be perfect for corporate housing, San Francisco vacations, and long term San Francisco rental.
SOME RESTAURANTS WITHIN WALKING DISTANCE
Our Family Favorites:
2223 Market: 2223 Market has managed to survive for several years without even hanging a sign outside - just look for the burnt-orange exterior and the street address. Its success rests on great cocktails (including the giant martinis) and a good wine list, which includes some well-chosen French and California wines. It boasts a varying menu of dependable California cuisine, featuring gourmet pizza and entrees with mainly Mediterranean influences. 2223's bright, sunny, art-filled interior and key position in a prime crowd-gazing portion of Market make it a good bet for casual drinks or a semi-formal dinner. 2223 Market St., (415) 431-0692.
Blue: Blue has become a popular hangout along the Market Street corridor by providing great views of the busy sidewalk outside and serving dependable American diner fare (a.k.a. 'comfort food') with a gourmet twist. 2337 Market St., (415) 863-2583.
Café Flore Locals used to call it 'Cafe Be Seen' for its remarkable magnetic power to attract big fish from the Castro's bohemian performance/music/film pond. With its giant wrap-around patio flanking Market and Noe streets, Cafe Flore is not the place to hide on laundry day - unless you happen to own a pair of fabulous cat-eye sunglasses - as you're bound to run into someone you know. Inside the glass walls, there's an espresso bar offering Italian sodas, pastries, all manner of coffee drinks, beer and wine. The kitchen, an order-at-the-counter affair, has a good selection of healthy salads and sandwiches. But remember to secure an outside table before you stand in line - the Flore is usually full up with dawdlers, scribbling in their journals or chatting about the newest underground performance art. (Jan Richman) 2298 Market St., (415) 621-8579.
Harvest Ranch Market: This popular boutique mini-mart provides a nice alternative to sit-down restaurant fare if you're in a hurry. Feast on locally-made breads (Acme, Grace, Metropolis and Il Fornaio), imported cheese, organic produce and a variety of health-food products similar to those carried by chains like Whole Foods. Harvest is also a good place to pick up quality pre-made foods, like wraps, pasta, sandwiches, soups, veggie sushi rolls, big brownies and cookies, and excellent (but expensive) pre-made rice and vegetarian/vegan salads. The sidewalk outside the store sometimes turns into an impromptu picnic area, especially on sunny weekend afternoons. 2285 Market St. (at Noe), (415) 626-0805.
Home: What was once swanky JohnFrank during the dot-com boom has been transformed into a cozy spot with reasonably priced, comforting food that people these days can't get enough of. Those who like a little Sunday brunch pick-me-up can hit the make-your-own-Bloody Mary bar. For $3, a server brings a glass with ice and a shot of vodka. You slide over to the fixings bar and add tomato juice or Mary mix, all manner of spices, hot sauces, Worcestershire, lemon or lime and a salad bowl full of garnishes from spicy green beans to anchovy-stuffed olives to the requisite celery. (Brunch is served from 11 a.m.-3 p.m.) 2100 Market St. (at Church), (415) 503-0333.
Lime: An eclectic small-plates menu in an eclectic atmosphere. Servers' thick white belts match the white pleather booths, where diners bask beneath the pink back-lit mirrors that line the ceiling. Monitors are embedded in the marble bar and bathroom mirror for those seeking more eye candy. Diners can dip triangles of grilled cheese into a Campbell's-inspired tomato sauce, and Moroccan-spiced lamb chops into minty yogurt. Cornmeal-crusted halibut joins guacamole in mini tacos, and grilled shrimp partners with a green papaya salad.The short dessert list includes chocolate cake with a pitcher of hot fudge and chocolate sorbet, and a trio of mini pot de cremes. 2247 Market St. (between 15th and 16th streets), 621-5256.
Squat and Gobble: The Squat and Gobble is a no-nonsense chain of about five restaurants in the the San Francisco area where you can get plentiful helpings of food at a reasonable price. Once you step inside the door, the menu is displayed in large format on the wall - divided by various categories such as Vegetarian, Eggs, etc. Once you have decided what you want, you place your order and are given a number to place on the table of your choice. It is not too long before the delicious meal arrives.3600 - 16th Street @ Market and Noe. Our FAVORITE FAST AND EASY BREAKFAST.
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Keywords: One Bedroom Flat
- non smoking only
- children welcome
- wheelchair inaccessible
- pets not allowed
- Minimum Age Limit for Renters
- Long-term Renters Welcome