Thursday, May 1, 2014

Is This the Worst Room for Rent in S.F.?

Posted By on Thu, May 1, 2014 at 4:35 PM

click to enlarge Rent a tent! - WORST ROOM

It's sad that we can only say this is probably the worst room for rent in San Francisco -- and it's not even a room! We had blocked the Worst Room from our minds -- a blog compiled of depressing spaces available for unreasonably high rent -- until someone brought this tent to our attention. If you want to walk around with your mouth agape and grumble about how rent prices are out of control, then definitely scroll through this site.

And if for some crazy reason you're considering camping in someone's backyard, we hope it doesn't rain, good luck finding a bathroom, and you're not allowed any visitors. Oh, and it's $175 a week.

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