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Inside San Francisco's Most Expensive Rental on the Market

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It's no surprise that San Francisco's rents are sky high, but this is a little ridiculous. While searching through Zillow, Curbed came across this three-bedroom, five-and-a-half bathroom penthouse in Yerba Buena, asking a whopping $29,950/month. With this massive ask, behold, dear readers, as you journey through San Francisco's most expensive rental currently on the market. According to the listing, the space is "rarely available for lease," but doesn't elaborate further on whether that's because the astonishing price tends to scare renters off or because it's always off the market. The furnished unit is located in The Four Seasons, a development that is already known for housing the city's priciest one-bedroom condo. Inside the apartment, you can find Brazilian hardwood flooring throughout, custom carpeted bedrooms, and multi-layer custom window coverings. The kitchen features granite countertops, stainless steel appliances, and a breakfast bar. For those who love living the high life, the unit offers breathtaking views of the Golden Gate Bridge from the development's 40th floor. Last-minute need-to-know details include that this apartment offers a 24-hour concierge and one-car parking. Feel free to let us know what you think about this rental in the comments. Is it too expensive for words? Or is it priced just right?

· 765 Market St APT PH3B [Zillow]
· This Bland Condo is SF's Priciest 1-Bedroom Per Square Ft [Curbed SF]
· SF's Rent Prices Only Went Up 4.5 Percent in 2015 [Curbed SF]