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

1046 Pacific Ave. | Photo: Zumper
By Hoodline - Published on April 01, 2020.

Apartment hunting on a budget can be difficult. So what does the low-end rent on a rental in Nob Hill look like these days — and what might you get for your money?

According to Walk Score's assessment, the neighborhood is extremely walkable, is relatively bikeable and has excellent transit. It also features median rents for a one bedroom that hover around $2,866, compared to a $3,395 one-bedroom median for San Francisco as a whole.

A look at local listings in Nob Hill via rental sites Zumper and Apartment Guide offers an overview of what price-conscious apartment seekers can expect to find in this San Francisco neighborhood.

Take a look at the cheapest listings available right now, below. (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 micro-studio, located at 1499 California St., is 30.7% less than the $2,300/month median rent for a studio in Nob Hill.

The building offers a resident lounge. Pet lovers are in luck: This rental is both dog-friendly and cat-friendly. The rental doesn't require a leasing fee.

(See the complete listing here.)

1637 Clay St.

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Photo: Zumper

Here's a studio apartment at 1637 Clay St., which is going for $2,295/month.

The building features on-site laundry and additional storage space. You can also expect central heating and hardwood flooring in the apartment. The rental is cat-friendly. The listing specifies a $2,295 security deposit and a $300 cat deposit.

(See the full listing here.)

1540 Hyde St.

Photo: Zumper
Photo: Zumper

Then there's this apartment with one bedroom and one bathroom at 1540 Hyde St., listed at $2,595/month.

The residence includes hardwood flooring and central heating. Cats and dogs are not welcome. The rental doesn't require a leasing fee.

(See the listing here.)

1046 Pacific Ave.

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Check out this one-bedroom, one-bathroom apartment at 1046 Pacific Ave., listed at $2,795/month.

You can expect hardwood flooring and a renovated kitchen with stainless steel appliances and a dishwasher. Cats and dogs are welcome.

(Here's the listing.)

1600 Larkin St.

Photo: Zumper

Last but not least, there's this one-bedroom, one-bathroom apartment, situated at 1600 Larkin St., and listed for $2,850/month.

The listing promises hardwood flooring in the apartment. Cats and dogs are not welcome. Building amenities include on-site laundry, a roof deck and an elevator. There isn't a leasing fee associated with this rental.

(See the listing here.)

This story was created automatically using local real estate data from Zumper and Apartment Guide, then reviewed by an editor. Click here for more about what we're doing. Additionally, if you’re an agent or a broker, read on for real estate marketing ideas to promote your local listing.

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