48-Hrs Minimum Notice Required For Showings
Bed/Bath: 4bd+2 offices/au pair quarters / 5.5ba
Parking: 2+ Car Garage Pkg
Type: Furnished Single Family Home
Terms: 1 Year Lease (Contact Agent about Other Term Options)
Beautifully Restored Queen Anne Victorian Overlooking Alamo Square Park
This impressive furnished home appeals to modern day living while boasting historic charm. 818 Steiner includes three bedrooms, two offices, an au pair suite, and five and-a-half bathrooms within its four levels, and approximately 6,000 sq ft of living space. 11 ft ceilings, views of the park and city from every room, well-manicured backyard with outdoor fireplace, cedar hot tub, a play area, and large garage for multiple car parking make this wonderful home truly special!
Centrally located in vibrant Alamo Square and within walking distance to NOPA, Hayes Valley, Pacific Heights, and Civic Center (home of SF Jazz, Davies Symphony Hall, San Francisco Opera House, and San Francisco Ballet).
Level One (Au pair/guest quarters with separate entry):
- Master suite with king bed, queen sofa bed
- Exercise/yoga studio
- Wine cellar
- 2 full baths
Level Two (Main Level):
- Living room
- Dining room
- Double foyer with large ottoman seating
- Kitchen and breakfast room
- Half bath
- Yard with multi-level seating, fire-pit, cedar hot tub, outdoor shower, slide & play area, table & chairs
- Master suite with king bed, fireplace, bathroom
- Bedroom with full bed and shared bath
- Another bedroom with full bed and shared bath
- Large family room and round turret room/play room
- Additional small bonus room
- Full bathroom/split water closet
Alamo Square is a vibrant, historical neighborhood in the center of San Francisco. Just minutes to the freeway, ample bus line options and bicycle routes.
With a Walkscore of 95, the location is a walker’s paradise – walkable to Pacific Heights, Hayes Valley, Lower Haight, NOPA, and Golden Gate Park. Walk to restaurants and cafes such as NOPA, Bar Crudo, & The Mill, and also entertainment venues such as The Independent.
Alamo Square Park was extensively renovated last year, has a playground, tennis court, sprawling lawns, and picturesque views of the Painted Ladies!
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2+ Car Garage
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More About Alamo Square
People the world over know it for its six Painted Ladies — an iconic row of jewel-toned homes framed by San Francisco’s skyline that have appeared in more than 70 films, television shows, and print campaigns — but for those who make this area their home, when it comes to Victorian architecture in Alamo Square, they tell just a small part of the story.
Mostly untouched by extensive urban renewal projects that swept through the City’s Western Addition in recent decades, Alamo Square boasts one of the largest concentrations of architecturally significant mansions, including the William Westerfeld House, the Archbishop’s Mansion, the German and Russian Imperial Consuls, and the stately homes that line the block across from the Painted Ladies.
At the center of this neighborhood lies Alamo Square Park, a grassy knoll that spans four city blocks. From here, a day of clear skies and sunshine offers a breathtaking view of the Transamerica Pyramid, Golden Gate Bridge and Bay Bridge.
In a Word
Alamo Square blends the perfect amount of bustle, charm, and trend. Here’s what you can expect:
- There’s something for everyone at neighborhood hotspots like NOPA, Tsunami, Bar Crudo, Alamo Square Seafood Grill, and Candybar.
- Looking for a caffeine fix? Apollo Coffee, Mojo Bicycle Cafe, and Matching Half Cafe provide plenty of options.
- And when it comes to nightlife, Alamo Square will leave you wishing for more night at the end of your day. Here, you can catch a beautiful sunset on your way to Bean Bag Cafe to take in its popular happy hour. Or, go uptown funk at places like Fly Bar and Mini Bar SF. All are nearby, and all offer unforgettable evenings.
Alamo Square has the second highest concentration of homes sized at 10,000 square feet or more (first place distinction for this honor goes to Pacific Heights). Residents and fans alike describe the neighborhood and its architecture as grand, spacious and historically unspoiled.
Why Alamo Square?
Think affluence, diversity, and originality coupled with a strong community spirit, and you have Alamo Square.