1-bedroom Edwardian built post-1906 earthquake: Guess the rent – SFGATE

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This one-bedroom Edwardian is for rent in San Francisco’s Outer Mission. 
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.”
Just as New Yorkers covet soaring loft spaces and Angelenos seek out quirky Craftsmans, Edwardians have a special place in the hearts of San Franciscans.
Built in 1907, just one year after the earthquake and fire that destroyed much of San Francisco, a rare Edwardian has been listed on the rental market via Craigslist.
Located in the Outer Mission District, at 2840 Bryant St., this house is all about historical flair, featuring chandeliers, wood paneling and plentiful built-ins.
In addition to its single bedroom, the home has separate living and dining rooms, a small Jacuzzi tub in the bathroom as well as a sun deck and in-unit washer and dryer. The landlord does “not discriminate against pets,” per the listing. 
This one-bedroom Edwardian is for rent in San Francisco’s Outer Mission. 
The large backyard of 2840 Bryant St. is perfect for a la carte dining and features plum and lemon trees. 
This one-bedroom Edwardian is for rent in San Francisco’s Outer Mission. 
A small Jacuzzi tub is the hallmark of the home’s single bathroom. 
This one-bedroom Edwardian is for rent in San Francisco’s Outer Mission. 
It’s built-ins aplenty in this historic home, including this unusual feature with a (presumably working) sink. 
This one-bedroom Edwardian is for rent in San Francisco’s Outer Mission. 
A well-loved fireplace sits in the living room, which has previously been used as a bedroom. 
This one-bedroom Edwardian is for rent in San Francisco’s Outer Mission. 
The funky, not-recently-updated kitchen rounds out this historic rental, which goes for … DRUMROLL … $4,850 a month. 
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Michelle Robertson is an SFGATE features reporter.

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