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What $4,500/Month Can Rent You Around San Francisco

Welcome to a special series of Curbed Comparisons, where we scour the San Francisco's rental listings to see what your monthly budget will get you across the city. For Renters Week, we'll be comparing rentals across the city every day, increasing the price point by $1,000/month each day. Today we're investigating apartments listed for $4,500/month. If this price point doesn't spell dream apartment, well then we don't know what will. You tell us what looks like the most bang for your buck.


In South Beach, this 2-bed tri-level condo with one full bath and two 1/2 baths is asking $4,500/month. The building was designed by Toby Levy and features high ceilings and huge windows. There's a gas fireplace, a private balcony, a pimped-out kitchen, and parking for one car; plus, the location close to AT&T park is a Giants fan's dream.


In Noe Valley, this 2-bed, 2-bath, 2,000-square-foot apartment is going for $4,495/month. Situated on the top floor of a Victorian, the unit has views, a private deck, a fully remodeled kitchen, a fireplace, a claw-foot tub, and charm galore. It's pet-friendly and one of the only rentals in SF that permits smoking. We hope that means it doesn't smell like an ashtray.


In Russian Hill, this pet-friendly 2-bed, 2-bath apartment is asking $4,495/month. It's got fully remodeled kitchen and bathrooms, in-unit laundry, and views of the Golden Gate. The building is well-maintained and has an elevator.


In the Outer Richmond, this 2-bed, 2-bath top floor flat is asking $4,500/month. It also has a den, and looks like it's currently being used as a 3-bedroom. There's a fireplace in the spacious living room, a formal dining room, a beautifully remodeled kitchen, in-unit laundry, and a peek at the Golden Gate bridge from at least one of the windows.


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