Stay in a spacious, comfortable 3BR/2BA home. Hardwood floors, leafy backyard, new redwood deck, hot tub. Comfortably sleeps 4. Will handle 6 with furnished floor mattresses. Ample parking for 2-4 cars.
This historic home sits on a quiet street. Enjoy its cozy comfort and charm, and you'll be close enough to San Francisco to feel the city's energy and just far enough away to relax.
One block from public transit lines into the city.
Accès des voyageurs
Guests will have access to all amenities and rooms of the house and yard. Plenty of space for 2-3 cars to park in the long driveway. Street parking is free and available as well.
The hot tub is smallish, perfect for 2-3 people, or 4 if they're couples.
Two bicycles can be arranged as well if requested in advance. Alameda is a great place to bike :-)
Échanges avec les voyageurs
You'll have and enjoy your privacy. We'll be available at any time via phone, text, or email if necessary.
The bed in the master bedroom is a Stearns & Foster king size beauty, a better bed than you generally find in top-end hotels.
The bed in the east bedroom is a double-size futon with a deluxe 13-inch organic futon mattress.
The third bedroom has been converted to a den & office. Fifth and sixth guests can be accommodated via furnished floor mattresses in the den, a bedroom, or in the living room.
No smoking inside. If you must smoke, smoke at the outdoor patio table, not on the deck, and dispose of all butts and ash.
Shoes off before going upstairs. Shoes can stay on downstairs, but please remove shoes before going upstairs.
We love our home and know you will too :-) Just contact us and let us know if you have any questions!
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Tony is an author, engineer, and solar energy and electric car enthusiast. He plays guitar and soccer in his spare time. He's also a nonfiction writer, and his first book, Double Happiness, was published in 2014.
Pamela is a birth doula, theater enthusiast, and HR executive. She hiked the full Pacific Crest Trail, from Mexico to Canada, and loves to throw parties and host guests.