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1 Bedroom Apartments for Rent in Lower Pacific Heights, San Francisco, CA - 6 Rentals available

  • Apartment in Lower Pacific Heights
    1440 Sutter Street, San Francisco, CA 94109
    • 1-2 Beds
    • 1-2 Baths
    (415) 843-2663
  • Apartment in Lower Pacific Heights
    1520 Gough Street, San Francisco, CA 94109
    • Studio-1 Bed
    • 1 Bath
    (415) 843-2663
  • Apartment in Lower Pacific Heights
    2095 California Street, San Francisco, CA 94109
    $2,000 - $2,900
    • Studio-1 Bed
    • 1 Bath
    MAG Management
    Available Today!
    (415) 550-0300x15
  • Apartment in Lower Pacific Heights
    1770 Pine Street, San Francisco, CA 94109
    $2,200 - $2,400
    • Studio-1 Bed
    • 1 Bath
    MAG Management
    Available Today!
    (415) 550-0300
  • Apartment in Lower Pacific Heights
    2075 California Street, San Francisco, CA 94109
    • Studio-1 Bed
    • 1 Bath
    MAG Management
    (415) 550-0300x15
  • Apartment in Lower Pacific Heights
    2130 Post Street, San Francisco, CA 94115

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Lower Pacific Heights, San Francisco, CA Demographics

  • Total Population13,404
  • Female 6,558
    Male 6,846
  • Median Age37

Average Rent for 1 Bedroom apartments in Lower Pacific Heights, San Francisco, CA

  • The average rent for a 1 Bedroom apartment in Lower Pacific Heights, San Francisco, CA, November 2018$2,949/mo
  • Studio$2,229
  • 1 Bedroom$2,963
  • 2 Bedrooms$4,087
  • Studio$2,461
  • 1 Bedroom$3,261
  • 2 Bedroom$4,377

Lower Pacific Heights, San Francisco, CA 1 Bedroom Apartment Rent Ranges

  • $1,001-$1,5002%
  • $1,501-$2,0002%
  • > $2,00097%

Lower Pacific Heights, San Francisco, CA 1 Bedroom Apartment Rent Trends

Average Rent All rentals Studio 1 Bed 2 Beds 3 Beds
Nov / 2018 $2,949 $2,963
Jan / 2018 $2,962 $2,985
Sept / 2017 $2,998 $2,975
May / 2017 $2,974 $2,972
Jan / 2017 $2,961 $2,919
Sept / 2016 $2,974 $2,922
May / 2016 $2,978 $2,962
Jan / 2016 $2,892 $2,862
Sept / 2015 $2,853 $2,794
May / 2015 $2,787 $2,705
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Lower Pacific Heights, San Francisco, CA Households

  • Total Number of Households7,072
  • Family 2,438
    Non-family 4,634
  • Children 907
    No Children 6,164
  • Average People Per Household1.87
  • Median Household Income$78,044
  • Median Housing Costs Per Month$1,675

Lower Pacific Heights, San Francisco, CA Education Statistics

  • No High School4%
  • Some High School13%
  • Some College14%
  • Associate Degree4%
  • Bachelor Degree38%
  • Graduate Degree27%

Renting a 1 bedroom apartment in Lower Pacific Heights, San Francisco, CA

If there’s one type of apartment that virtually all buildings in Lower Pacific Heights, San Francisco, CA will offer, that’s one bedroom apartments. In fact, there are 6 1 bedroom rental units located in 6 apartment complexes in Lower Pacific Heights, San Francisco, CA. Single bedroom apartments work perfectly for single people, couples, roommates, and small families. You can even comfortably share one with your beloved pet, without feeling overcrowded. Usually, a 1 bedroom unit measures around 855 Sqft. Renters in Lower Pacific Heights, San Francisco, CA pay about $2,375 in monthly rent for a one bedroom apartment. If you’re willing to live in a smaller apartment, in an older building, you will find cheap one bedroom apartments for as low as $2,000 per month. If you want a lot of living space, or a newer apartment with quality finishes, or a nice one bedroom furnished apartment, there are more expensive options renting for up to $2,900.

How to find a cheap 1 bedroom apartment in Lower Pacific Heights, San Francisco, CA in 4 easy steps

Does your search for an affordable 1 bedroom feel agonizing at times? You are scrolling through lists and lists of rental listings, looking at hundreds of images, trying to find the one that is just right. All you want is to find a nice comfortable apartment in a well-maintained building, on a quiet street in Lower Pacific Heights, San Francisco, CA and for a price you can actually afford. Hang in there, take a deep breath, and follow these 4 steps. Step 1: Put in a rent filter with a maximum price you can pay. Step 2: Sort your results by rent, ascending. Step 3: Browse the filtered results in the order they are listed. If you followed the first 3 steps correctly, the least expensive apartments should be at the top of the list. They will be either smaller apartments, maybe apartments located in older buildings, or one bedroom efficiency apartments. Step 4: Pick the apartment that speaks to you the most and contact the property to check availability.