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What $3,200/Month Can Rent You Around San Francisco

Welcome back to Curbed Comparisons, where we scour the San Francisco's rental listings to see what your monthly budget will get you across the city. This week, we're investigating apartments listed for $3,200/month. Which quirky abode will win your hearts? You tell us which lease you'd sign.


↑ In the Excelsior, $3,200 a month will fetch you a three bedroom single-family home, complete with tiered backyard (that's in need of some TLC). The spacious living room has a decorative fireplace and parquet flooring, and while the kitchen doesn't have the latest and greatest stainless steel appliances and fancy cabinetry, it's still charming and has an eat-in area. There are two bedrooms on the main level, and a lower room behind the garage that's being advertised as another bedroom. Small pets are negotiable and there's laundry on site.


↑ This one bedroom, one bathroom in a historic brownstone that's kitty-corner to both Huntington Square and Grace Cathedral in Nob Hill is asking $3,200. It's a half floor flat and is a little bit over 1,000 square feet. Listing details tell us that "the building only has 5 apartments and is exquisitely decorated and maintained." The decor is absolute gawdy, but we're sure it goes with the current tenant as there's no mention that it comes furnished. No pets, no parking. Laundry's in the building.


↑ This 2-bed, 1-bath in Glen Park is a spacious and recently renovated apartment in a 2-unit building. It's going for $3,200 a month. Both the kitchen and bathroom have been completely remodeled with top tier finishes. Hardwood flooring throughout. Other perks include a private patio off of both bedrooms that overlooks the shared backyard, and a parking space in the garage. Laundry facilities are onsite. No pets.


↑ For $3,157 a month, this 1,983 square foot two bedroom at Park Merced can be yours. The unit has parquet flooring, an open floor plan for the main living areas, and big windows to showcase the views. The giant complex also has amenities galore, including playgrounds, fitness centers, 24/7 security, and Zipcar stations. There's card operated laundry facilities onsite. There's no mention of the pet policy and parking is available but costs extra.


↑ This Art Deco one bedroom in Pacific Heights is asking $3,200/month. It's just a block from both the CPMC and Lafayette Park. Highlights include hardwood flooring throughout, it's pet friendly, and there's parking in the garage. Lowlights include a tiny and crappy kitchen and there's no laundry.
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