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What $6,000/Month Can Rent You in Washington, D.C.

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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: $6,000/month.

↑ For $5,995 a month, this newly renovated single-family home can be yours. Located in Chevy Chase, some of the highlights of this four-bedroom, three-and-a-half-bathroom home include a front porch, a patio, hardwood flooring, and recessed lighting.

↑ This Georgetown townhome is on the market with four bedrooms and two bathrooms. If you're looking for something only a few blocks from the Potomac River, George Washington University, or Georgetown University, this listing might be for you. For $6,000 a month, it comes with a private patio, a community pool, and two fireplaces.

↑ With six bedrooms, six bathrooms, and 4,300-square-feet, this Bethesda home offers the most in this list. The listing includes an expansive backyard as well as a detached garage that can fit two cars.

↑ This two-bedroom, two-bathroom apartment is on the market with an assortment of amenities in tow. A few worth mentioning include a 60-foot indoor lap pool, a children's playroom, a shared rooftop deck, and a fitness center. Only a bit over budget, this $6,028 apartment is located between the Cleveland Park and Woodley Park Metro Stations.

↑ This three-bedroom, two-and-a-half-bathroom Kalorama penthouse has a spacious floor plan with hardwood flooring throughout. For $6,000 a month, the location is only a short walk from Adams Morgan and Dupont Circle and has a shared roof deck with views of the surrounding neighborhood.

↑ For $5,000 a month, this two-bedroom, two-bathroom penthouse includes a split floor plan, marble fireplaces, and vaulted ceilings. Located in Dupont Circle, the home also features luxurious details, such as fluted columns.
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