What $2,800 Rents You in the DC Area

by Shilpi Paul

This week in What X Rents You, UrbanTurf looks in the $2,800 a month range and to see what choices are out there for prospective renters in the DC area with this monthly budget.

What $2,800 Rents You in the DC Area: Figure 1

Potential Group House Near Boundary Stone

For $2,850 per month, a group, a family, or any other interested party can rent a three-bedroom home near Bloomingdale’s retail center. This house is located just to the east of North Capitol Street, separated by the major thoroughfare from Bloomingdale proper. The home has been recently renovated, and has one large master bedroom and two smaller bedrooms.

What $2,800 Rents You in the DC Area: Figure 2

One Floor of an Eastern Market Rowhouse

This rental takes up one level of a rowhouse just a few blocks from Eastern Market. It’s marketed as a two-bedroom, but may not be the best for roommates unless they are pretty close: you have to walk through one of the bedrooms in order to get to the other. The apartment is large and comes fully furnished.

What $2,800 Rents You in the DC Area: Figure 3

Surrounded By Brick in Columbia Heights

Fans of red brick may be interested in this Columbia Heights rental, a two-bedroom apartment in a medium-sized building. Several of the walls have exposed brick, lending the living room a rustic feel. Unlike the option above, this rental seems well suited for roommates: each would have their own private outdoor space and their own bathroom.

See other articles related to: eckington, eastern market, columbia heights, bloomingdale

This article originally published at http://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/what_2800_rents_you_in_the_dc_area3/6843


  1. John said at 9:41 pm on Wednesday March 27, 2013:
    I hope UT corrects me if I'm wrong but I am pretty sure it's illegal to count as two bedrooms when you have to walk through one of the bedrooms in order to get to the other, regarding the Eastern Market Rowhouse.
  1. Jason said at 3:09 pm on Thursday March 28, 2013:
    @John, Not sure about the legality of it but I know here in New York, 'shotgun' style - where all the rooms are in a single line, having to walk though the second br to get to the bathroom - is quite a common thing (unfortunately), and they are all usually listed as 2 br's.

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