In this twist on What X Rents, we look at the cost of three-bedroom rentals in different DC neighborhoods.
A Hill East Rowhouse
If you’re willing to make a compromise on sharing a bathroom, this is your listing. Roommates or a family would get a great deal on this three-bedroom house in Hill East, near the H Street Corridor and a stone’s throw from a neighborhood favorite, Far East Taco Grill. The lowest-priced listing of the three featured here appears fairly updated and even comes with a dedicated parking spot.
A Burleith Rowhouse Near Safeway
Head to the opposite end of town and the rental rates shoot up. This listing, its location posted on Craigslist as North Georgetown/Burleith, is a short walk from Safeway. There’s a patio with a nice garden that “will be tended for tenant,” according to the listing, plus a screened-in porch. Some furniture is included.
A 19th-Century Victorian in Logan Circle
Here’s the truly luxe listing: A renovated Victorian in Logan Circle that even comes with a wine fridge. But you’ll pay for it at $5,495 a month. The home has plenty of shared spaces and large bedrooms, including a third-floor suite with an additional family room. It’s a a couple blocks away from Whole Foods and just off 14th Street.
This article originally published at http://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/price_of_three_bedroom_rental_dc/9064
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