Haight Street is the cultural haven that fostered the Summer of Love. It's one of the country's most iconic boulevards, where millions of tourists come for a taste of the hippie past that's long gone.
Personally, it's not one of my favorite neighborhoods in San Francisco for that very reason. It seems to attract a lot of gutter punks with dogs asking for spare change for drugs. Either you love Haight Street or, well, hate Haight.
But they do have some really nice old Victorian and Edwardian buildings in this area. And what you get here is a sunny,
refurbished two-bedroom apartment in a charming Edwardian apartment building.