In this edition of What X Rents, UrbanTurf looks at rentals in the $3,400-a-month range to see what options are available to renters on this budget.
A Modern Apartment Close to U Street Corridor
This two-bedroom apartment is just a short walk from some of the most popular restaurants and shops on U Street NW. The apartment on W Street features a wall-to-wall window, which opens up the living room space. The exposed brick offsets the sleek feeling of the updated kitchen and window workings, bringing a rustic feeling into the home. The bathroom is completely renovated with marble countertops and a dual-head shower. Parking is included.
An Upgraded Apartment on Capitol Hill
This three-bedroom apartment gives renters a lot of bang for their buck. The home has a traditional layout that’s not particularly well-lit, but it is updated with newer appliances in the kitchen, and has two working fireplaces, a washer and dryer in the unit and a nicely renovated bathroom. The unit’s outdoor space includes a patio that comfortably fits a full-sized furniture set. It’s also just a short walk from the restaurants and shops on H Street NE.
Traditional Rowhouse in Eastern Market
This Eastern Market rowhouse has a classic layout with stained glass in the upstairs hallway and a clawfoot bathtub in the master bedroom. The master also has a second-floor deck that provides a view of the Library of Congress. The rental has exposed beams and built-in shelving, and is about a 10-minute walk to the Eastern Market Metro and a few bus lines.
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