In this edition of What X Rents, UrbanTurf looks at rentals in the $4,000-a-month range to see how far that budget will take a renter in different parts of the city.
A Spacious Townhouse in Glover Park
This townhouse features spacious rooms and hardwood flooring and tall ceilings throughout. The living room has a wall of built-in shelving to hold electronics and other needs. The home also features a finished basement that can act as another bedroom, provide more storage or be used for entertaining needs. The master bedroom, well-lit and large as well, features a branching sun room that can be used as an office. The home is a good fit for three roommates looking to share the rent.
A Large, New Home in Brookland
The open floor layout of this Brookland home begins with a spacious kitchen that features updated appliances, an island with a breakfast bar and dark wood cabinets. It then opens into a large, long living area with a fireplace and lots of natural light. Both the bedrooms and bathrooms are spacious, and the master is large enough for a king-sized bed in addition to other bedroom furniture and also features trade ceilings and recessed lighting. Outside, there is a parking pad that can fit two cars.
A Hill East Three-Bedroom
This rowhouse in Hill East features three spacious bedrooms, with one located in the home’s finished basement. The kitchen has space for a dining set and has plenty of cabinet and counter space. There is also a backyard with a patio and small landscaped garden area. The tree in the backyard may not be best for growing in the garden but it can help with beating the DC heat.
This article originally published at https://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/what_4000_rents_you_in_dc/10141.
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