Today, UrbanTurf takes a look around the District to see how much it costs to rent a one-bedroom unit.
All About Efficiency in Cathedral Heights
Located in an eye-catching building in Cathedral Heights, this junior one-bedroom makes efficient use of its space. A series of windows along the living room wall provide natural light to the entire unit; this room is also large enough to accommodate a small office or dining area and has a huge mirror built-in above a fireplace, adding to the illusion of generous space. The two-wall kitchen, with its blue subway tiles, is a separate room off the living room. The curtained sleeping nook has a tall built-in chair rail ledge and a washer/dryer, while the bathroom is en-suite.
An English Basement in Bloomingdale
Just a block from Bloomingdale's main drag, this lower-level one-bedroom rental sits in a boutique building with a separate entrance. A bay window creates a dining nook at the front of the unit, while an L-shaped kitchen, with tiled backsplash, cabinetry that nearly matches the hardwood flooring, a 5-burner cooktop and a combo washer/dryer, sits across from the living area just inside the front door. The bathroom has floor-to-ceiling tiling, and the unit is cat-friendly.
Affordable and Accessible in Fairlawn
This newly-delivered, wheelchair-accessible one-bedroom unit is just across the Anacostia River in Fairlawn. An L-shaped kitchen with extensive cabinetry, black granite countertops and breakfast bar island overlooks the living area, which has floor-to-ceiling windows. The bedroom has oversized windows, and the unit also has a washer/dryer. The building is income-restricted and has a fitness center, as well as an organic market that will soon open on the ground floor.
- Full Listing: 2323 Pennsylvania Avenue SE (map)
- Price: $1,242
- Bedrooms: One
- Bathrooms: One
- Square Feet: 631
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