In lieu of What X Rents You, this week, UrbanTurf rounds up some options of two-bedrooms to see what a renter in DC can expect to pay across the city.
Industrial Meets Contemporary in Logan Circle
This large two-bedroom condo is tucked away on Church Street, just off the main drag in Logan Circle. The aesthetic is a mix of styles, from the contemporary hardwood flooring, built-ins, track lighting and brick accent wall to the industrial style exemplified in the concrete ceilings, exposed ductwork, and the four four-by-four windows sitting side-by-side in the open living/dining/kitchen area. The rent also includes a garage parking space.
A Newsy and Expensive Downtown Rental
While the Newseum sits prominently on Pennsylvania Avenue, a lesser-known fact is that there are apartments above that cultural institution. One of its corner-unit two-bedrooms is renting for over $5,000. The 1,333 square-foot unit boasts such features as floor-to-ceiling windows, multi-functional nooks and pass-throughs, sweeping views, and a solarium-style dining room.
Two Bedrooms in a Two-Story Townhouse
Over in Rosedale, this two-story two-bedroom townhouse is the most affordable option featured today and has plenty of features both attractive and quirky. The living room has a decorative fireplace and a cut-out where the stairway posts appear to float upward. The kitchen has an eat-in nook and has been finished in stainless steel and grey tones, with a farmhouse sink, butcher block countertop and herringbone-patterned backsplash. The rental also includes parking.
This article originally published at https://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/how_much_two-bedrooms_rent_for_across_dc/13232.
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