Newly Renovated CONVERTED 3 BDR/1.5 BATH Single Family Home

251 Naples St x Excelsior Ave is located in the Excelsior

Newly renovated single family home never before rented with graceful details including hardwood inlay floors, decorative fireplace, and bedroom with cedar closet. Brand new bright, modern kitchen leading to a flat, walkout garden of mature fruit trees and flowering shrubs. Garage parking and space for laundry. One block to Muni, easy access to BART and highways. Restaurants, grocery stores and other amenities nearby in the up-and-coming Excelsior/Outer Mission neighborhood.

– 2 true bedrooms: one in front of home overlooking Naples St and a large bdr towards back of home with direct access to garden, LR in front of home can be converted to a 3rd BDR
– 1.5 BATH
– Beautiful hardwood floors
– Spacious eat in kitchen with directly access to backyard and NEW appliances: stove, microwave, dishwasher, refrigerator
– Dining room
– Living Room (can be converted to 3rd BDR)
– Large Backyard
– Garage w/ one car parking (possible 2 car tandem depending on cars)
– Washer/Dryer hookup (Gas dryer only)

– Available now
– One year lease
– Security deposit: 1.5x rent
– Tenant pays all utilities: water, garbage and PG&E
– Sorry, no pets
– Non-smoking unit


The Excelsior is a family-friendly neighborhood with deep community roots, offering a genuinely residential sanctuary away from the hectic city.

The neighborhood is renowned for having the most unpretentious vibe in the entire city. Anchored by small, local businesses, the Excelsior is bubbling with old-school diners, corner stores, and ethnic markets that serve as gathering spots for the longtime local residents.

The Excelsior is also known as one of the most ethnically diverse areas in the city, with a robust array of cultures that work and live together creating a very distinct overall character separate from the city’s other districts. Creativity is a focal point in this community, manifesting in the form of murals that cover the outside walls of every corner store, school, and community space.

The neighborhood is heavy with the tract homes built in the 1930s with identical floor plans and slightly varied facades. Also blended into the mix of styles are Streamline Moderne houses, a type of Art Deco architecture that also emerged during this era emphasizing curving forms, long horizontal lines, and often nautical elements.

The Excelsior Festival is a can’t-miss annual event celebrating the neighborhood’s innate charm with an assortment of food, music, and shopping.

The Excelsior is one of the largest and yet least-known neighborhoods in San Francisco. But those lucky enough to stumble through the invisible curtain into this rich community tend not to travel outside of the neighborhood borders again.