HEART OF THE CITY
OUTDOOR LIVING SPACE
This elegant San Francisco vacation apartment is situated on a quiet cul-de-sac on Telegraph Hill, right at the base of Coit Tower. This residence was recently remodeled and has maintained its classic San Francisco charm including beautiful cove ceilings, hardwood floors, amazing artwork and bay windows throughout. There are views from the bedrooms that stretch from the Financial District to Russian Hill. Enjoy a glass of wine in the beautiful shared common garden area with a table fire pit.
So much to do, so little time—it’s easy to fall in love with San Francisco. Each neighborhood has its own personality, and walking from enclave to enclave can feel like traveling the world in a day. from the Marina District’s trendy cafés and postcard views, to Upper Haight’s fabled hippie vibe, to Noe Valley’s quaint and charming boutiques. San Francisco is one of the cities people love coming back to, so don’t worry if you can’t fit it all into one trip… there’s always next time!
Once home to Al Capone and other legendary felons, this prison’s history is riveting. Take a short ferry ride and embark on a tour with a park ranger where you’ll learn interesting facts and anecdotes about one of the world’s spookiest places. Steeped in history, Alcatraz is truly a must.
Stretching 4,200 feet and towering as high as a 65-story building, this world-famous bridge is truly the gateway to San Francisco. Bike, walk, or drive across it, just make sure to stop and take a moment to admire the best views in the city.
Explore the city’s best bike routes, and choose to ride the hills or go around them. While you ride, learn about the city’s interesting history and modern movements. Your guides are experts and will stop for plenty of photo ops along the way!
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“This residence is modern and lovely, but the location is what truly shines. Telegraph Hill is hip and trendy with an amazing mix of cool bars, restaurants, coffee houses and shops. It feels somewhat “off-the-tourist-grid”, however it’s still quite close to Fisherman’s Wharf and other attractions. I’ll never stay in another neighborhood!” – Equity Estates Fund