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What $4,500/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: $4,500/month.

↑ For $4,500/month, you can rent this three-bedroom, three-bathroom townhome in Cathedral Heights. The rent for the 2,400-square-foot rental covers all utilities. According to the listing, a maximum of four residents are allowed with priority given to those without pets. Some of the most unique features in the listing include its sunken living room, updated kitchen with high-end appliances, and double French doors that lead to a rear patio. The unit also offers a washer and dryer. There is no indication as to whether or not the listing comes with off-street parking.

↑ In 16th Street Heights, this single-family home is on the market for $4,500/month with three bedrooms and two bathrooms. With 4,554-square-feet of space, this is the largest unit in this week's Curbed Comparisons. The property is mixed-use, so if you would like to work where you sleep, this listing allows that. The development was recently renovated and comes with parking on site. The single-family home comes with off-street parking.

↑ With two two bedrooms and two-and-a-half bathrooms, this 1,500-square-foot Foggy Bottom apartment is on the market with a washer and dryer, open floor plan, and amenities like a shared rooftop deck. The listing indicates that the unit is pet-friendly and comes with an attached garage. The asking price totals to $4,500/month.

↑ For those interested in living close to Georgetown, this six-bedroom, four-bathroom townhome. The rental is located in Foxhall Village and is asking $4,500/month for a family and $5,000/month for a group, plus utilities. The listing doesn't indicate if there's a limit to the number of residents allowed. Some of the biggest highlights inside include built-ins, a porch, sunroom, and rear patio. For those who have a car, there is a detached garage that has enough space for one vehicle as well as a loft. The unit comes with freshly painted walls and newly refinished hardwood flooring. Final need-to-know details include that it comes with a finished basement, washer and dryer, security system, and rear patio. It's worth noting that the finished basement comes with avocado green flooring. The color might be a turn off for some buyers.

↑ Just a little north of Logan Circle, this 2,000-square-foot apartment is asking $4,500/month. It comes with three bedrooms, two-and-a-half bathrooms, and a washer and dryer. Along with off-street parking, other pluses to this listing include its recessed lighting, hardwood flooring, and new carpeting.

↑ Finally, the last unit on this list is this apartment in Glover Park. Asking $4,500/month, the unit comes with five bedrooms and two bathrooms. The lack of bathrooms might be a deal breaker for some renters, but there are other pluses that should be considered. These highlights include a washer and dryer, large deck, yard, and a one-car garage. Cat owners should also be pleased to know that the rental is cat-friendly.

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