This week in What X Rents You, UrbanTurf looked in the $1,500 a month range and found a variety of choices for prospective renters in the region with this monthly budget.
A Studio Looking Out on Meridian Hill Park
The best part about this fourth floor, 450-square foot studio at Meridian Towers is the view, which looks right onto the southern end of Meridian Hill Park. The youthful building also has a rooftop patio, gym and 24-hour front desk service, and while it is small, the unit has a separate kitchen and dressing room, and utilities are included in the monthly rent..
- Full Listing: 2112 New Hampshire Ave NW (map)
- Rent: $1,565 a month
- Bedrooms: Studio
- Bathrooms: One
- Square Feet: 450
A Quantico Three-Bedroom Townhouse For the Movie Lover
A three-bedroom townhouse two miles off of I-95 just became available for interested commuters. The 2,200 square-foot home has 3.5 bathrooms and plenty of space, including a deck and finished basement. The home is also wired for a movie watching renter with a projector, speakers and a screen already installed in the family room. The final selling point? The rent drops for residents who sign a two-year lease.
- Full Listing: Off of Dumfries Road, VA (map)
- Rent: $1,550 a month
- Bedrooms: Three
- Bathrooms: 3.5
- Square Feet: 2,200
One Bedroom Just South of Lincoln Park
This one-bedroom apartment is in a ten-unit, corner building in Capitol Hill, blocks south of Lincoln Park and a little ways east of Eastern Market. The unit has plenty of light, a claw-foot tub and storage space, and all utilities are included except for electricity. The is a laundromat and dry cleaner on the first floor and the unit is available at the end of the month.
This article originally published at http://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/what_1500_rents_you_in_the_dc_area/5135
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