Welcome to Curbed Comparisons, a column that explores what one can rent for a set dollar amount in various Washington, D.C. neighborhoods. Is one man's studio another man's townhouse? Let's find out! Today's price: $5,000.
↑ If you're looking to live in LeDetroit Park for $5,000 a month, take a look at this three-bedroom, two-and-a-half bathroom townhome. Some highlights include a floating staircase, two fireplaces, and a large skylight. It also includes a private rooftop deck, terrace, and a parking space. No pets are allowed, but the amenities might keep you company.
↑ For $5,000 a month, this Georgetown home includes four bedrooms, three bathrooms, and enough room for two to three vehicles behind the property. That means that if you need a lot of space for a few extra people, this townhome should work out and look good while doing it with recently renovated granite counter tops, stainless steel appliances, and hardwood flooring.
↑ The listing of this Dupont Circle townhome describes it as having "the perfect combination of historic charm and modern convenience." But with the orange and pink color scheme to some of these rooms, we can only describe the design as looking like a cheap Barbie dream home knock off. There aren't any amenities noted in the listing, but this three-bedroom, two-bathroom home comes with beautiful bay windows and is only a few blocks away from the Red Line Metro. The asking price comes to $4,995 a month.
↑ A little further out from Washington, D.C., this Arlington single-family home includes some amenities that blow the other homes on this list out of the water. At $5,000 a month, this four-bedroom, three-bathroom home includes a custom media room, wine cellar, and patio. Other highlights include a sunroom and two-car garage.
↑ Do you just love color? With walls the color of fuchsia, tangerine, navy blue, and avocado green, you're going to need to love a lot of color for this Logan Circle/Shaw townhome. At $5,000 a month, this three-bedroom, two-and-a-half-bathroom home includes a private garden, a rear porch, and multiple sklyights. Built in 1890, many of the original historic details have been preserved, including the hardwood flooring, the molding, and the butler's pantry.