The lowest priced apartment rentals on the market in Noe Valley, San Francisco

4120 22nd St. | Photo: Zumper
By Hoodline - Published on May 31, 2019.

Noe Valley is extremely walkable, is convenient for biking and is a haven for transit riders, according to Walk Score's rating system.

So what does the low-end pricing on a rental in Noe Valley look like these days — and what might you get for the price?

We took a look at local listings for studios and one-bedroom apartments in Noe Valley via rental sites Zumper and Apartment Guide, to find out what budget-minded apartment seekers can expect to find in this San Francisco neighborhood.

Read on for the cheapest listings available right now. (Note: prices and availability are subject to change.)

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3910 Cesar Chavez St., #3910

Photo: Zumper

Listed at $2,550/month, this one-bedroom, one-bathroom apartment, located at 3910 Cesar Chavez St., #3910, is 27.1 percent less than the $3,499/month median rent for a one-bedroom unit in Noe Valley.

Inside this corner unit, you're promised high ceilings and hardwood flooring. Pet owners, take heed: cats and dogs are allowed.

(See the complete listing here.)

4120 22nd St.

Photo: Zumper
Photo: Zumper

This one-bedroom, one-bathroom apartment, situated at 4120 22nd St., is listed for $3,100/month for its 550 square feet of space.

This unit, which comes furnished, features central heating and a dishwasher. When it comes to pets, both dogs and cats are welcome.

(See the complete listing here.)

30th and Whitney streets, #C

Photo: Zumper
Photo: Zumper

Next up is a 622-square-foot, one-bedroom, one-bathroom abode, located at 30th and Whitney streets, which is priced at $3,385/month.

Amenities offered in the building include on-site laundry and storage. In the apartment, you'll find hardwood flooring, a dishwasher and high ceilings. Pet owners, inquire elsewhere: this unit does not allow cats or dogs. There's no leasing fee required for this rental.

(See the full listing here.)

401 30th St., #3

Photo: Zumper
Photo: Zumper

Last but not least, there's this 1,000-square-foot dwelling with one bedroom and one bathroom at 401 30th St., #3, listed for $3,485/month.

In the unit, you can expect hardwood flooring. On-site laundry is offered as a building amenity. Good news for cat lovers: felines are allowed. There is not a leasing fee associated with this rental.

(See the listing here.)

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