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What $1,000/Month Can Rent You in Washington, D.C.

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: $1,000/month.

↑ For $1,050/month, you can rent this one-bedroom, one-bathroom basement apartment in Brookland. This Northeast unit is pet-friendly and offers private parking and a private entrance. There is a washer and dryer in the unit. According to the listing, the tenant must make over $30,000 a year or be a full-time student, must have above a 650 credit score, and must submit a $40 application fee. Utilities are not included in the rent. The total square footage is 500.

↑ If interested in living in H Street, you can rent this one-bedroom, one-bathroom apartment for $1,000/month. The rent does not cover gas or electricity. With 600-square-feet of space, this listing allows cats and small dogs.

↑ With zero bedrooms and one bathroom, this Petworth basement apartment offers 750-square-feet of space and a separate entrance. The listing indicates that the unit comes with new kitchen cabinets, a receiver with surround sound, and a washer and dryer. The unit comes fully furnished. All utilities are included in the rent. Additionally, while the landlord owns one dog, this apartment is not pet-friendly. The rent comes to $1,050/month.

↑ In the Northeast neighborhood Burrville, this one-bedroom, one-bathroom apartment is on the market with 626-square-feet of space. According to the listing, the kitchen and carpets have been updated. There is no washer and dryer, but there is on-site laundry. Off-street parking is available. For those interested, the asking price totals to $1,025/month.

↑ With 623-square-feet, this Fairfax Village apartment is on the market with one bedroom and one bathroom. For $1,000/month, it comes with one garage parking space, a back patio, and a washer and dryer. No pets allowed.

↑ For $925/month, you can live in Congress Heights with this two-bedroom, one-bathroom apartment. There is no washer or dryer in the unit, but there is on-site laundry. Only street parking is available.

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