In this week’s edition of What X Rents, UrbanTurf takes a look at what DC renters can get for up to $1,750 per month.
The First Floor in Eastern Market
While most rowhouse apartments involve an English basement, this Capitol Hill rental is an entire first floor. The kitchen and living area is open with a breakfast bar and a bay window, and the bedroom opens onto a shared back patio. Pets are not allowed and the rental does not come with a parking space, but it is just about a three-minute walk from the Eastern Market Metro.
A Carriage House off H Street
This one bedroom rental is a carriage house about a block from the H Street Corridor that is separated from its accompanying rowhouse by a fenced-in shared patio. The carriage house is set up with a galley kitchen and living space on the first floor and a lofted bedroom space on the second level. The apartment is available for a May 1st move-in.
Renovated One Bedroom in Historic Building
The last apartment featured today is more traditional, featuring a newly-renovated unit in a historic building on Rhode Island Avenue in Brookland. The rental has granite countertops, ceramic-tiled kitchen and bathroom, and hardwood flooring in the living room and bedroom, and comes with a carport parking space.
This article originally published at http://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/what_around_1750_a_month_rents_you/11037
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