Sweet S.F. Rental: Tenderknob 1-Bdrm for $1,400
This apartment's big enough to do like many San Francisco renters do with their one-bedroom apartments: Convert the living room into an extra bedroom to save on rent. I've had friends, who've lived in the Tenderknob who even turned their large walk-in closet into an extra bedroom. But that's life in this City by the Bay.
This sweet rental sits right in the heart of the city. Locals call this neighborhood the Tenderknob because it rests between the Tenderloin and Knob Hill. But don't worry, this is a quiet, private unit; far from the street noise of bustling San Francisco (which is conveniently right outside its front door).
Take a good whiff of your new sweet rental. That's right, you are smelling fresh paint, hardwood floors, an in-unit washer/dryer and new mini blinds -- all situated in large rooms with high ceilings that create an airy, spacious atmosphere.
It gets better: Not only does the living room get plenty of light but it also overlooks breathtaking views of the city, such as San Francisco's famous rolling hills.
This is not a bad price for what you get. But consider the downtown location means it's always moving once you step outside your door. Also, there's no garage so parking can be a nightmare in this neighborhood -- with large parking tickets. So this apartment would probably only be a sweet rental for a San Francisco renter who doesn't drive.
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