[German] Room open in Presidio, SF
alex at pcscons.com
Thu Feb 2 11:17:31 PST 2012
deine Deutsch ist gar nicht so schlecht, man kann es gut verstehen
On 2/2/2012 11:12 AM, Lucy (diN0bot) Mendel wrote:
> Hallo Zusammen,
> Es tut mir Leid, dass ich diese Notiz nicht auf Deutsch geschrieben
> habe, aber ich habe nicht genug Zeit, um sie verständlich zu machen
> (und wenn ich sogar glaube, dass ich was verständlich geschrieben
> habe, missverstehen die Leute es auf jeden Fall). Hoffentlich ärgert
> es niemanden zu viel--- es würde noch cool, wenn wir auf Deutsch im
> Hause sprechen können :-)
> Hi Everyone,
> One of my 3 roommates is moving out at the end of February. Would you
> like to move in?
> We live in the center of the Presidio, high above the bay near
> Inspiration Point:
> Your room has 2 windows. Rent is cheaper than elsewhere in the city
> considering how much space and amenities one receives.
> In our basement is a pingpong table, dart board, table fussball,
> weight set and punching bag. And washer and dryer.
> In our yard are charcoal and gas grills, firepit and a hose for
> washing up after beach and mud sports.
> There are parking places in the back of the house on Piper Loop Rd.
> Bikes park inside without steps.
> There are woods trails to get to the Arguello Gate entrance or over to
> the Presidio Gate entrance past the playground, bball and tennis
> courts and baseball field. From Inspiration Point one can take the
> Ecology Trail to get to the YMCA gym, pool and hot tub.
> In the other direction the trails get to Immigration Point and down to
> Baker Beach, from which one can go north to the Golden Gate Bridge (7
> minute bike ride away) or south to China Beach, Lincoln Park, past the
> old Bath House ruins and down to Ocean Beach and Golden Gate Park---if
> one then goes through the park and back up Arguello Blvd, then one has
> a beautiful 10 mile loop hike/run.
> In addition to driving around with a car, motorbike or bicycle, there
> are also free Around THe Park shuttles and a free 20-min downtown
> shuttle, PresidiGo, that runs on weekdays for commuters. Muni is a 15
> min walk through the woods and then down Arguello Blvd to California
> Between the Presidio and Golden Gate Park are a ton of Asian and other
> restaurants, dessert cafes and shops, and a really great veggie
> sandwich place by Cabrillo and Arguello.
> Sports Basement (which organizes a ton of rides and activities), House
> of Air (trampoline dodgeball) and a climbing wall are past the pool on
> Mason St, which is also near Chrissy Fields along the Bay.
> My favorite part of living here is having trees and sky outside my
> windows, and being able to leave my bike outside all night, unlocked,
> along with packages by the front door, and have everything still be
> there in the morning. I bring my bike inside, no stairs, normally, but
> the general ease of crossing inside/outside boundaries means a great
> deal to me. I often cage myself unintentionally when living in a city,
> not thinking to do pushups on the doorsteps, or go out for a quite
> walk to see the meteors, or the sunset on the beach. This isn't the
> only reason to live here, just a subtle thing that makes for me a huge
> There are tons of sports in the area, from underwater hockey pickup at
> the YMCA pool, to skimboarding at Baker Beach or Ocean Beach (20 min
> bike ride away), ocean or Aquatic Park (20 min bike ride away) Bay
> swimming, Beach and grass ultimate Frisbee, disc golf and of course
> biking over the Golden Gate Bridge.
> In terms of roommates: we all live flexibly and respectfully, quietly
> and peacefully all things told. We're aged in the high 20s low 30s,
> with jobs or graduate school. We want to be comfortable and not
> awkward in our own homes. Clean up dishes when we're done. Fit in
> where it makes sense, communicate concerns where that makes sense.
> Finally: the Presidio is owned by the federal government (it's a
> National Park!), so:
> - We lease from the government, and they require a credit check,
> which can take a bit of time.
> - One pet is allowed, and we don't currently have one. We'd like to
> meet him or her, just as we'd like to meet you.
> - Illegal drug offenses are federal offenses on federal land, so pot
> is not allowed in the house.
> If you're interested let me know when you can come over and meet
> everyone and see the house. Email is best, but phone also works: 540
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