In this installment of What X Rents You, UrbanTurf rounds up some options of what you can rent in DC for up to $3,500 a month.
Exposed Brick and Glass Walls
The third floor of a rowhouse near the U Street corridor has been converted into this modernized two-bedroom apartment. Exposed brick walls run throughout the open-concept living/dining areas, which end in a glass wall that retracts to open onto a long private terrace. The master bedroom has a closet with frosted glass doors that extends nearly the length of one wall and also features a circular bay window seating area adjacent to a built-in shelving unit. The monthly rent also includes a parking space.
An Industrial Walk-Up in Navy Yard
Over in Navy Yard, this 930 square-foot two-bedroom apartment has a much more industrial interior, from the factory-style windows and high concrete ceilings to the exposed ductwork. The entrance to the garden-style unit is just beyond a small yard with grey-brick patio. With furniture that sits well below the ceiling, natural light is distributed throughout the unit.
Three Bedrooms in Petworth
This 1,600 square-foot three-bedroom condo in Petworth has a more home-like feel. The recently-renovated unit opens into the living room area, which flows into the kitchen and dining area with its marble countertops and wine fridge. The master bedroom opens onto a private balcony and the laundry room boasts extra room for storage.
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