Last month, we showed you the median price of a one bedroom in San Francisco: a whopping $2,764 per month. Now, we've scoured the city's rental listings to show you what that dollar amount can actually rent you. What looks like the most appealing rental for the money? You tell us.
? We'll start in the Tendernob, where this third-floor, corner one bedroom is listed for $2,695. The building is has classic San Francisco charm, with an elegant lobby, bay windows, and hardwood flooring. Big closets are an added bonus, as long as you can get past the outdated kitchen.
? Next, if modern is your thing, this Noe Valley $2,795/month one bedroom offers a nicely remodeled kitchen and bathroom, along with hardwood floors. The ceiling looks a bit low, but maybe the city views would help with that. Other amenities include parking and an elevator.
? If you've got pets, this $2,850/month one bedroom in the Castro will consider both cats and dogs (for an extra deposit, of course). It boasts new kitchen appliances, hardwood, and top floor views, but it still manages to feel dark and sterile.
? This carpeted bachelor pad in the Marina is going for $2,850/month. The unit comes with luxuries like "party wall" sound insulation, a gas range and dishwasher in the kitchen, a mirror over the toilet that goes to the ceiling, garage parking with a clicker for the door. But we're guessing from the photos and the "open floor plan" description that this is actually a studio.