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: $10,000.
↑ In Presidio Heights, $9,900/month gets you a lovely 3-bedroom, 2-bathroom flat on flat, tree-lined Clay Street. The building is Edwardian inside and out, and has many architectural highlights like boxed ceilings, built-ins, bay windows, hardwood flooring with inlays, and decorative tiles in the one of the bathrooms. Laundry and parking are included, but there's no mention of the pets policy.
↑ These ultra contemporary digs will cost you $9,750/month in Noe Valley. The 3-bedroom, 3-bathroom, 1,750-square-foot full-floor flat is brand spankin' new and is actually on the very popular 24th Street strip. Property highlights include a private rear terrace and a tricked out kitchen with Boffi cabinetry and Calacatta marble. There's laundry in the unit, but parking and a pets policy aren't mentioned.
↑ If your very own single-family home is what you require, do check out this 4-bedroom, 2,810-square-foot abode in Clarendon Heights. Asking price? A cool $9,950/month. The midcentury modern home has panoramic bay and city views. The main level has an open plan perfect for entertaining, and there's also a large downstairs room with a wet bar and another fireplace. There's a laundry room, parking's included, but there's no mention of the pets situation.
↑ $10,000/month gets you a pretty tony condo in perhaps the most tony San Francisco neighborhood of all: Pacific Heights.↑ This 3-bedroom, 1,976-square-foot abode on Green Street was built in 1909 and is packed with character. The kitchen has the most going on, from the balcony to the fireplace. Other highlights include a spacious living room with boxed ceilings and a working fireplace. Laundry and parking are included, but sadly pets are not allowed.