The most affordable apartments for rent in Nob Hill, San Francisco

Taylor and Washington streets. | Photo: Zumper
By Hoodline - Published on January 15, 2020.

Nob Hill is a "walker's paradise," is quite bikeable and has excellent transit, according to Walk Score's rating system.

So what does the low-end pricing on a rental in Nob Hill look like these days — and what might you get for your money?

We took a look at local listings in Nob Hill via rental sites Zumper and Apartment Guide to find out what price-conscious 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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1499 California St.

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Listed at $1,595/month, this studio apartment, located at 1499 California St., is 20.2% less than the $1,999/month median rent for a studio in Nob Hill.

The building offers an elevator, on-site management and a resident lounge. Pet owners, take heed: This rental is both dog-friendly and cat-friendly. There isn't a leasing fee associated with this rental.

(See the complete listing here.)

1011 Washington St.

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Then there's one-bedroom, one-bathroom apartment, situated at 1011 Washington St., is listed for $2,300/month for its 350 square feet.

In the unit, you'll find hardwood floors, high ceilings and central heating. Pets are not permitted.

(See the complete listing here.)

Taylor and Washington streets

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Next, here's a one-bedroom, one-bathroom apartment at Taylor and Washington streets, which is going for $2,695/month.

The listing also promises a dishwasher, hardwood floors and a walk-in closet in the unit. For those with furry friends in tow, this rental is pet-friendly. Future tenants needn't worry about a leasing fee.

(See the full listing here.)

Hyde and Sacramento streets

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Finally, there's this apartment with one bedroom and one bathroom at Hyde and Sacramento streets, listed at $2,700/month.

Expect to find central heating, an eat-in kitchen and hardwood floors in the apartment. The building features additional storage space and on-site laundry. Neither cats nor dogs are welcome. 

(See the listing here.)

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