For Rent in San Francisco
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While purists might sneer at this Victorian revamp, it’s a marked improvement over its former look when it last sold in 2015.
Few people are in the market for a five-figure rental, so odds are that the Tiburon home has flown beneath the radar.
Airbnb hosts in San Francisco can now register their short-term rentals (STR) with the city online. The company claims this step will eliminate scofflaw, unregistered homes once and for all.
Located on a quiet side street just off Precita Park, 101 Franconia, a circa 1907 affair, has been remodeled and gussied up for today’s tastes, with a light-handed renovation.
See what it cost to live in the city from 1850 up until 1965.
This isn’t the first rodeo for 124 Lily, the hidden postmodern gem in Hayes Valley. Soon after completion in 2009, it appeared on Curbed SF to polarizing fanfare. It returns to the market this week, with updated interiors and a heftier asking price.
In a sea of untouched Victorians and antiseptic renovations, how refreshing it is to see a luxe abode brimming with unabashed late ’80s/early ’90s glamour, from the salmon pink facade to the wedding-cake tiered bandstand at the foot of a carpeted staircase.
Welcome to Curbed Comparisons, a regular column exploring what you can rent for a set dollar amount in different neighborhoods. Is one person's studio another person's townhouse? Let's find out. Today's price: $4,900.
A Tudor-style home at 3383 Pacific in tony Pacific Heights won’t stop toying with hearts. It is, in a word, resplendent. In another word, expensive. Very much so. Landing on the market in October for a whopping $14 million, it has since come down a few pegs.
Used for years as the Egyptian consulate, a four-story Pacific Heights mansion returns to the market.
Bought in 2011 for $1.29 million, the current owner of 106 Coleridge in Bernal Heights reportedly spent upward of $1 million to create a "Scandinavian-style concept" inside this stately home.
A floating staircase and concrete walls highlight this 1994 abode
From Union Square down to the Excelsior, there are only so many rentals in the city to go around. Fortunately, you only need one, and we've got five to compare.
Just when you think San Francisco has run out of ways to surprise you. Back in February this house was a charred heap that still commanded nearly a million dollars. Now, after a $1.7 million sale, it's one of the most expensive rentals in the Sunset.
The current tiny home trend shows no signs of shrinking. For a hefty sum, you can score one of the smallest micro apartments in the city, smack in the heart of SoMa, located next to some of the coolest restaurants and AT&T Park. But is it worth it?
A polarizing gem of a structure, some hailed 8 Octavia as refreshing addition of positive contrast to the area, while some purists knee-jerkingly derided it as a prison-like structure. For the former group, this one's for you.
Hostel-style home in a 106-year-old Edwardian fancies itself a high-minded, creative, forward-thinking hub for artists, anarchists, and startups. Those who can afford four figures for a bed, that is.