San Francisco Rental: 2BR Noe Valley Home for $3,300

I love the location of this rental house: at the quiet end of Cesar Chavez and Dolores. This rental is right on the cusp of the Mission and Noe Valley -- sort of in no-man's-land, but near all the great shops, restaurants and bars on Mission Street.

(I recommend checking out the Knockout Bar for Thursday Happy Hour. This neighborhood music bar has a crazy, fun, bingo happy-hour that packs the house. Winner! Winner! Chicken dinner!)

This house is also near a freeway entrance, which makes it convenient if you're commuting to a fancy high-tech job in the South Bay.

All that could be in store and more if you rent this updated and well-maintained Victorian-era, single-family home.

So, what is the full scoop you say?

This two-bedroom, two-bathroom house provides 1,100 square feet of livable San Francisco space. You get
beautiful and original wood floors mixed with newer carpets in the bedrooms. One of the bedrooms leads out to rear, decked yard and comes with a Murphy bed for further space.

Besides having a remodeled bathroom,
plantation shutters and wood-burning fireplace, there's also a formal dining room and large kitchen with stainless-steel appliances.

So how does $3,000 stack up for a two-bedroom house in Noe Valley?

It's a pricier section of town, but it isn't outrageous. With that said, a two-bedroom rental can start from $2,165 and go up to, well, $3,300.

What makes this on the pricier side is it's a full house rather than a two-bedroom apartment: You get full reign of the place.

You can still find three bedrooms in the area for $3,320, so you might want to shop around before signing the lease. Maybe the back garden will blow you away?

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