In this edition of What X Rents, UrbanTurf looks at rentals in the $1,700-a-month range to see how far that budget will take a renter in different parts of the region.
All-Inclusive Kalorama One-Bedroom
This Kalorama one-bedroom has a small kitchen with just four cabinets, but there is a breakfast bar that seats two, expanding the home’s living space. By DC standards, the unit’s bedroom is quite spacious and has an en-suite bathroom. The building has a roof deck, a bike room and the monthly rent covers all utilities.
A Downtown Studio With Custom-Designed Furnishings
This downtown studio has a large wall encompassing custom-built features like a wide bookshelf and a Murphy bed that can be tucked away to open up the space. The kitchen is ample with granite countertops and there is also in-unit laundry and access to a community gym. Smokers and pet owners need not apply for this fully furnished unit that is available October 1.
A Two-Bedroom in Manassas
This two-bedroom in Manassas has the space and amenities that one doesn’t find in this price point very close to DC. In addition to access to a community pool and gym, the unit has two bedrooms and two bathrooms and is completely renovated. The home’s kitchen is large with stainless steel appliances and a lot of counter space. Both bedrooms are spacious with tall ceilings and the bathrooms have modern furnishings and touches.
This article originally published at http://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/what_1700_a_month_rents_you_in_dc_area/10280
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