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What $3,500/Month Rents You in San Francisco

Welcome to Curbed Comparisons, a column that explores what one can rent for a set dollar amount in various San Francisco neighborhoods. Is one man's studio another man's townhouse? Let's find out! Today's price: $3,500.

↑ Check out this one-bedroom, 900-square-foot apartment if you're in the market for an industrial-esque loft in Dogpatch. It's going for $3,490/month. Highlights include concrete floors and walls, as well as in-unit laundry. While the main living areas and the building are definitely industrial, we're a bit perplexed by the carpet choice in the bedroom. Parking in a secured garage is included in the rent, and no pets are allowed.

↑ This remodeled one-bedroom apartment in Presidio Heights is asking $3,450/month. It's located on Arguello Boulevard at Jackson Street, which means it overlooks the Presidio Terrace and is within walking distance of the Presidio Golf Course. The apartment's packed with charm: wainscoting, shutters, built-ins, etc. There's on-site laundry but no mention of parking or pets.

↑ Looking for your very own single-family home to call home? This three-bedroom in the Inner Sunset can be yours for $3,500/month. It's 1,500 square feet and there's even a half bath. Other highlights include parquet flooring in the main living areas, a working fireplace, and an interior courtyard. No mention of laundry, but the listing does rule out pets.

↑ This is a remodeled one-bedroom apartment in the heart of the Castro at 16th and Pond streets. It has dark hardwood flooring throughout, a brand-new kitchen with stainless steel appliances, and a new bathroom. There's also in-unit laundry. Want parking? That'll be an extra $300 a month. There's no mention of a pet policy.

↑ A quirky apartment in North Beach has just landed on the market for $3,495/month. At first glance it reads as a two-bedroom, but upon further inspection it's clear it's a proper one-bedroom that can be converted into two bedrooms by using the formal dining room as a bedroom. There's also a bonus room that could be used as an office. No parking, laundry, or pets.

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