For the perfect Telegraph Hill - Fisherman's Wharf accommodation, look no further than our upscale, bay view view San Francisco home. Exceptionally well appointed, spotlessly clean, modern, fully-equipped home located close to Embarcadero and just a block off the bay.
Considered one of the sunniest, warmest areas in San Francisco, and well located to Alcatraz, Pier 39, Ferry Building, Fisherman's Wharf, Union Square Shopping, Pacific Bell Park, North Beach, and many of San Francisco's best restaurants. Facilities include large gym (fitness center), jacuzzi, sauna, 2 elevators, and designated parking in secure garage. Available year-round for short or extended term stays. This upscale 1-Bedroom condo accommodates a maximum of 2 people.
Great Coit Tower location. Close to Fisherman's Wharf, great dining, and grocery stores.
55" plasma HDTV with cable, DVD player, and extensive DVD movie library. High speed internet access (WiFi).
Contemporary leather furnishings. Upscale elegance designed with comfort in mind.
Imported tile and granite finishes with highest quality contemporary furnishings, full kitchen, in-unit washer/dryer, and luxury linens.
Contemporary kitchen features imported tile, granite, stainless appliances, and full-range of premier small appliances including Kitchen Aid mixer, Breville espresso bar, small and large rice cookers, juicer, blender, coffee grinder, and more.
Stainless steel appliances throughout.
Fully equipped kitchen
Entry and Bar
Eat at the kitchen bar or at the dining table.
Entry and Laundry area
Includes original works by Robert A. Guidace.
Bay view bedroom has queen sized, firm, pillow-top mattress with luxurious linens, modern comforter, and pillows.
Gentle bay breezes - both day and night.
Includes built-in shelving for your garments.
All linens provided.
Walking distance to San Francisco's best restaurants, shopping, and sights. Buy your groceries at nearby Safeway, Trader Joe's, RJ's Market, or Farmer's Market. Walk, jog, or bike along the Embarcadero.
Near Pier 39 and Fisherman's Wharf.
Looking back from Pier 39