David Baker Architects

Shotwell Garden Apartment

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View of the living area with the entry courtyard beyond.

The small but efficient kitchen.

A studio apartment off a quiet private garden court with giant timber bamboo and outdoor dining area. Access is through a gate off the street and then down a secret passageway to the garden. Passageway has a mural by a local Mission artist. The apartment has a kitchen with sink, refrigerator, and stove-top, but no freezer or oven. Bathroom with walk in shower. There is a Bosch clothes washer and dryer. Queen size bed with super comfortable SONOS mattress and down comforter in an alcove. Closet and bed with storage drawers custom made from sustainable bamboo. Radiant heated polished concrete floor. Lower your carbon footprint by staying in a "green" building with solar hot water and electricity collectors. Great amenities in the area, such as the ODC Dance Campus which is next door offering dance classes daily, SOEX Gallery, The Intersection for the Arts. Many wonderful restaurants and cafes nearby, such as Stable, Flour and Water, Cafe Gratitude, Weird Fish, Delfina, Tartine, Farina, Four Barrel... Complimentary fresh ground Blue Bottle coffee. Complimentary seltzer water in antique siphon. My guest apartment is available for short term stay. Visit www.AirBnB.com and search for "Mission Garden Apartment".

View from living area and kitchen to courtyard.

Complimentary fresh ground Blue Bottle coffee with the proper coffee geek system to prepare.

The apartment is accessed from a gate on the street, down a passage to the entry off the walled courtyard.

The rear courtyard with the entry to the apartment on the lower level.

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The Mission has great attractions for the visitor. Culture, shopping, eating and drinking are all a short walk from 337 Shotwell.

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The Shotwell Garden Apartment is part of the Shotwell Design Lab

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David Baker Architects