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What Around $2,300 A Month Rents You in the DC Area
In this edition of What X Rents, UrbanTurf looks at units in the $2,300-a-month range to see what a DC renter can afford with this budget.
A One-Bedroom House in Foggy Bottom
Five years ago, UrbanTurf wrote about DC real estate’s unicorn: the one-bedroom house. Now, one in Foggy Bottom is up for rent. The Snows Court house is quite narrow, but there are hardwood floors, and even a gas fireplace that can be controlled by remote. Upstairs is the bedroom and office area, and out back is a fairly deep patio. The home is available starting January 5.
Full Listing: 25th Street and Snows Court NW (map)
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1,200 Square Feet in a Former Schoolhouse
This listing spreads out over 1,200 square feet on the top-floor of the Lovejoy Lofts, a former schoolhouse on Capitol Hill. The home features exposed brick and an open layout, and has a washer/dryer, central A/C and a reserved parking spot. The listing description also boasts 20-foot ceilings, but it is hard to confirm that claim based on the photos.
Full Listing: 440 12th Street NE (map)
Three Bedrooms Off Bladensburg Road
The largest of the three rentals featured today, this renovated rowhouse sits just east of Trinidad and the H Street Corridor. The three-bedroom home comes with a laundry list of features and amenities: hardwood floors, a new washer and dryer, a refinished antique clawfoot tub in the bathroom, a Nest thermostat, and a backyard with fruit trees, grape vines, and vegetable gardens. The listing also boasts that solar panels will soon be installed. The home is available as of December 15.
Full Listing: Lang Place NE (map)
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