Say hello to your daily dose of real estate eye candy. In honor of Renters Week, Curbed is taking a look at some of the most attractive rentals you've ever laid your eyes on. All of these listings are currently available on the Washington, D.C. market, so don't worry if you fall in house love while browsing through the pictures.
↑ Ever wanted to live in a castle? Because you can live in a castle — right in here in Washington, D.C. This Woodley Park chateau is on the market for $10,900/month, making it one of the most expensive rentals in the District. For those who can afford it (or who simply don't care), this listing comes with six bedrooms, five-and-a-half bathrooms, and a total 4,743-square-feet.
↑ From top-to-bottom, this three-bedroom, three-bathroom apartment is lavish in all the right kind of ways. It's located at The Woodley residential development in Woodley Park and comes with amenities like 24-hour concierge services and valet dry cleaning. The asking price is $7,300/month.
↑ With rents that start around $1,600/month, Monroe Street Market in Brookland/Edgewood offers three rental styles that should be able to appeal to anyone's fancy schmancy tastes. The styles are titled, "Brookland Works," "Portland Flats," and "Cornerstone." Each has a distinctive personality, whether industrial, sophisticated, or hipster-ish. Each rental comes with ENERGY STAR stainless steel appliances, oversized windows, custom bathrooms, and a pet-friendly community.
↑ Mt. Vernon Triangle's residential development, 250K, offers apartments with walk-in closets, balconies, and kitchens with quartz countertops and movable islands. Some of the amenities include a rooftop deck and lap pool, espresso bar, fitness center, and zen garden. Rents range from $1,885/month to $3,720/month for studios, one-bedroom units, and two-bedroom units.
↑ With rents ranging from $1,615/month to $3,215/month, the Takoma residential development, Takoma Central, offers some of the most beautiful apartments on the Washington, D.C. market. Expect oversized windows,rich espresso cabinets, and a balcony or patio. The development also uses environmentally friendly materials, including water-saving plumbing fixtures and low-omitting adhesives, carpet, and paint. Apartments range from studios to one- and two-bedroom units.
↑ For $6,000/month, you can rent this renovated two-bedroom, two-and-a-half-bathroom Capitol Hill townhome. It comes with top-notch upgrades and decorator accents, including a rear deck, decorative fireplaces and skylights, and exposed brick walls. It also comes with a gourmet kitchen with a wine fridge.
↑ On Airbnb, you can rent this 1,250-square-foot loft in Logan Circle with two bedrooms and two bathrooms. The asking price is $384/night for a minimum stay of three nights. The loft comes with floor-to-ceiling windows, exposed brick walls, and a short walk away from 14th Street Corridor.
↑ In Bloomingdale, you can stay in this one-bedroom, one-bathroom carriage house for $100/night. The minimum stay is two nights. Some of this Airbnb listing's highlights include a private deck, stainless steel appliances, and a spacious living room.
· Renters Week 2015 coverage [Curbed DC]