It’s no secret that renting an apartment in San Francisco is expensive, but it’s no longer the priciest in the country! At least for now. Each week we search through apartment rental listings and seek out the weird, the luxurious and even just the wouldn’t-that-be-nice. The city by the bay has it all, but can you guess what it costs? Welcome to the series we’re calling “Guess the rent in San Francisco.”
For a three-bedroom house on San Francisco’s Pacific Avenue with a sauna, speakeasy lounge and four-car garage, you can guess that the renters will pay a premium. With ample views of the water from its rooftop patio, 2725 Pacific Avenue, which is for rent on Craigslist, is the sort of rental most San Franciscans dream about.