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Finding a Rental to Call Your Own for under $1,500

It's quite clear that the San Francisco rental market is hot, hot, hot right now, so here at Curbed we're going to bring you a bevy of rental properties each week for your perusal. This week, we wonder whether there's anything out there for under $1,500 that's worth renting.

North Beach: This most adorable studio overlooks Washington Square Park in North Beach, and will set you back $1,495. It's so cute with vintage details, beautiful hardwood floors, and tons of windows. The location can't be beat if you like parks, church bells, and the Rogue Ale House on the corner. [craigslist]


Tenderloin: It wouldn't be a post about cheap spots without a studio near Civic Center. This one has new hardwood floors, a great-looking kitchen, and a claw-foot tub. Laundry is the building, but for parking you'll have to go across the street. Great for commuters, BART, Muni and tons of buses are nearby, it's also great for cooks who want to take advantage of the regular farmer's market. [craigslist]


Lower Nob Hill:This studio at Pine and Mason will set you back $1,500 but you get quite a bit for your money. It's on the top floor with great city views and lots of light, which we love. Financial district commuters can walk to work, for everyone else, public transportation is close. Bonus: the unit allows pets, which means morning walks along the Em-bark-adero could be in your future. [craigslist]

· Powell and Union [craigslist]
· McAllister and Hyde [craigslist]
· 729 Mason [craigslist]