In this edition of What X Rents You, UrbanTurf looks at units in the $4,000-a-month range to see what a DC renter can find with this budget.
1,600 Square Feet on 10th Street
A private elevator opens up into the massive living space of this Shaw two-bedroom. Large windows brighten the unit and a fireplace will warm it this winter. The kitchen is completely updated with a gas range on the island which doubles as a breakfast bar. Both bedrooms are spacious and the bathrooms feature dual vanities. The 1,600 square-foot unit can come furnished or unfurnished.
Four Bedrooms in Georgetown
Even if it is a little rough around the edges for Georgetown, it is rare to find a home like this in the neighborhood where roommates would pay just $1,000 a month in rent. The main level has the living room, kitchen and one of the bedrooms, while the remaining three bedrooms are on the second floor. There is a good amount of storage in the basement and a nice-sized patio out back.
A One-Bedroom at City Center
For almost $4,000 a month, most renters in DC are looking for more than one bedroom, but not if you are interested in resting your head in the lap of luxury at City Center. In addition to having the luxury package of garage parking, a concierge, a gym, and a roof deck, this 858 square-foot unit features a large eat-in kitchen, a good-sized living area and a bedroom with a wall of large windows and ample closet space. Having Momofuku and a number of other good restaurants downstairs is also a nice bonus.
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