Sweet S.F. Rental: Painted Lady Flat for $3,600

You can live in one of San Francisco's most famous contributions to architecture with this sweet rental.

We've all seen the opening credits of the TV show Full Housewhere Uncle Jessie, Joey, and Bob Saget romp around Alamo Square with that classic shot of ornate Victorians in the background. "Painted ladies" is what these colorful Victorian and Edwardian houses are called. They're usually painted three or more colors to enhance their ornate architectural details.

Now here's your chance to live in your very own Painted Lady with this lovely 3 bedroom, 2 bath, fully remodeled Victorian flat right in the heart of historical Alamo Square. All this for $3,600.

Yes, live like the Olsen twins and the entire Tanner family in this amazing Victorian flat. You get all the Victorian beauty of period details with high ceilings, mixed with modern luxuries like granite counter tops and stainless steel appliances in the kitchen, tiled baths, carpeted floor and in-unit washer/dryer hookups -- which, warning, means you gotta bring your own. Also this spacious Victorian unit also boasts a large master suite for the king of the flat.

Bring your pets; they're also welcome. And you're mere blocks away from funky Divisadero Street with it's cool bars and restaurants. Stop in the Cheese Steak Stop for their house specialty.

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