The building is a 3 unit Victorian located at the intersection of several neighborhoods - some call it Hayes Valley, others call it Lower Haight or Duboce Triangle. The most accurate and historic name is Mint Hill, named for the United States Mint that is located a block away.
The space for rent is a newly constructed 1.5 bath/ 1 bed apartment with dual entrances, 9 foot ceilings, Brazilian cherry floors and cabinets, modern appliances and huge shower/ bathroom (plus a half bath off the bedroom). Ethan Allen furniture, solid wood doors and brass fixtures.
The building is located in an upscale neighborhood with families and dogs aplenty. The area is booming and there are great things to enjoy within a block or 2.
To start, walk west on Waller for two blocks and you will find one of my favorite coffee shops (Cafe du Soliel), they have jazz on certain nights and WIFI at all times. Mustafa is the owner and is a great guy. Or, walk another block west and there is another more laid back coffee shop - " Bean There" at the corner of Steiner and Waller. Turn left on Steiner and you will be at Duboce Park within a block on your right.
For Groceries- Whole Foods, Safeway and several smaller organic markets are 2 blocks away. Take a left out of the house, a right on Buchanan and Whole Foods is 2 blocks straight ahead. Safeway is 2 blocks on your right.
For shopping, restaurants and some light night life, head to Hayes Valley or over to the Lower Haight. Hayes Valley has some great funky bars and restaurants, along with some more upscale and traditional dining (the Opera house, the Symphony, the Ballet, etc are all in Hayes Valley). There are restaurants that cater to finer dining tastes as well as casual dining options like a great German restaurant and a Patxis pizza. To get there take a left out of the house and walk to Buchanan Street. Take a left on Buchanan and walk 5 blocks to Hayes Street. Take a right on Hayes, the fun begins with a block.
Or, walk 2 blocks west on Waller, take a right on Fillmore and within a block you are right in the middle of one of the most fun neighborhoods in San Francisco. Again, filled with eclectic restaurants, shops and galleries.