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The 4 Best Airbnbs in Mission District
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The 4 Best Airbnbs in Mission District

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Updated: 6 September 2018

The Mission’s historical status as San Francisco’s oldest district is cemented in its architecture, characterized by its neat rows of stately Victorian townhouses. The Mission is also the epicenter of the city’s unique art and culture scene. Discover great places to stay in San Francisco’s trendy district, steps away from the city’s best boutique shops, taquerías, art centers and more.

Modern Home near Dolores Park
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With its pristine design inspired by the simple, unadorned lines of Scandinavian aesthetics and touches of homegrown influences, this modern home near Dolores Park is the perfect marriage of California chic and international style. British designer Tom Dixon’s brass pendant lights with black patinated exterior are a particular highlight. To top it all off, the house offers a spectacular panoramic view over San Francisco, including the prominent peaks of Mount Diablo.
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Design, Self-Catered, Stylish

Stunning Home on Liberty St. With Views
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This stately townhouse, built in the Edwardian style that predominated in San Francisco during the turn of the century, is a graceful reminder of San Francisco’s past as the ‘Paris of the West’. Inside, the décor preserves San Francisco’s characteristically relaxed style with understated neutral tones and tasteful pastels, while well-worn furniture lends a rustic farmhouse aesthetic. The charming breakfast nook is an ideal spot to enjoy a locally-sourced breakfast, or, better yet, visitors can bask in the Mission’s renowned sunny climate on the split-level back porch.
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Cosy, Self-Catered

Three Bed Mission Charmer With Parking
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Casa Quixote, a stunning 106 year old home, is testament to the Mission’s long and storied history as San Francisco’s oldest neighbourhood. In spite of its heritage, this three-bedroom home feels fresh and modern. The original woodwork has been lovingly restored to its original grandeur with period features including exposed ceiling beams and stained glass clerestory windows. These are complemented by vintage finds including a working claw foot bathtub, gas stove and old school rotary telephone as well as artwork and artefacts from around the world.
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Historic, Self-Catered

Modern Luxury Four Bed
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This renovated Victorian home straddles past and present. The home’s classic frame is elegantly integrated, including restored wainscotting and delicate interior arches. Its sleek and modern aesthetic captures San Francisco’s reinvention as a hotspot for contemporary design. Polished metal-topped fixtures and furnishings throughout the house give the space a clean, industrial edge. A glass wall opens out onto a private deck on which visitors can soak up the sultry California sunshine.
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Design, Modern, Stylish