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Welcome to Curbed Cuts, where Curbed SF editor Lamar Anderson shares the best real estate and neighborhood news of the week.
RUSSIAN HILL—The original apartment featured on The Real World: San Francisco is up for rent. But the price might send you running crying from the room.
WESTERN ADDITION—This 372-square-foot borderline-micro-unit and alleged ex-garage has no kitchen, nevertheless its owner advertised it on Craigslist for a whopping $3,175/month. Then $2,900. Which is better, somehow?
THE RICHMOND—If that Full House remake comes to pass, no way could the Tanners afford a home of the Painted Lady ilk. However! We found them this lovely Victorian in the Richmond.
SAN FRANCISCO—Hot on the heels of our 25 most expensive homes on the market roundup, we mapped the city's top 10 priciest rentals. The verdict? The indignities of Craigslist persist even when you're a multimillionaire.
SAN FRANCISCO—And for us mere mortals: Here's what $2,300/month rents you around San Francisco.
TELEGRAPH HILL—The city's priciest bidet just might live here, at the Royal Towers. $5.495M, y'all.
INGLESIDE HEIGHTS—Is this boxy two-bedroom a starter home or a Domo-kun?