In this edition of What X Rents You, UrbanTurf looks around to see what a $3,000 budget will afford a renter in DC.
A Two-Level Two Bedroom in Edgewood
For $3,000 a month, this newly-constructed condo in Edgewood offers two bedrooms plus a den. The kitchen overlooks a large living and dining space on the open main floor, where there are double-height ceilings. French doors lead to the two bedrooms and den upstairs, where there is also access to an outdoor terrace. For another $100 a month, a parking space will be thrown in.
All the Bells and Whistles in Stanton Park
This nearly 1,500 square-foot historic Victorian rowhouse comes fully-furnished with a European flair. The corporate housing apartment near Stanton Park has the conveniences of a hotel, from the abundant streaming TV options and luggage racks to the toiletry-stocked bathrooms. All three bedrooms are upstairs and have queen-sized beds; two of them are adjoined with a door. The master bedroom has an imported furniture set from France and a wall-to-wall closet.
A Rowhouse on the Cusp of Columbia Heights
Coming in just under budget, this Columbia Heights rowhouse offers two levels of living like the Edgewood apartment, and features range from indoor skylights to a backyard patio. The large living area on the main floor can accommodate a dining or office area, and the master bedroom has an en-suite bath and both full bathrooms have jetted tubs.
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