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What $3,000/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: $3,000/month.


↑ This Dupont Circle apartment is on the market with one bedroom and one bathroom in over 700-square-feet of space. It is pet-friendly, fully furnished, and comes with a washer and dryer in the unit. The listing indicates that kitchenware, an air mattress, fresh towels, blankets, and extra sheets are also provided. The kitchen and bathroom are remodeled and feature granite countertops, porcelain floors, and new stainless steel appliances. Other notable features include the unit's fireplace, built-in bookshelves, and street parking. The rent totals to $3,000/month with all utilities included.


↑ In SW Waterfront, you can rent this pet-friendly two-bedroom, two-and-a-half-bathroom penthouse for $3,015/month. A few of the amenities offered include a pool, fitness studio, and controlled access parking. There is also a private roof deck. Gas, heating, water, and trash are not included in the rent. The unit spans over 1,460-square-feet of space.


↑ With two bedrooms and one bathroom, this 1,187-square-foot Woodley Park apartment is asking $2,955/month. While a little under budget, it still offers pluses like granite countertops, stainless steel appliances, and an updated bathroom. There is only street parking, and only cats are allowed.


↑ This 1,000-square-foot apartment might not be the biggest unit in this week's Curbed Comparisons, but it does offer the most amenities. They include two gyms, a rooftop garden with dining areas, gas grills, rooftop swimming pool, 40-seat theater, community room, business center, and conference room. Now onto the unit, itself. It features two bedrooms, one bathroom, and a washer and dryer. You can also find a balcony that overlooks the interior courtyard and newly painted walls inside. For those who have a car, the development features an attached garage. This unit is located in Penn Quarter and costs $2,999/month. Do note that the unit's current colors on the walls are yellow. The photos showing blue-painted walls are old and are only meant to further show the layout of the unit.


↑ This Columbia Heights
three-bedroom, three-bathroom row house is the largest rental on this list. It spans 1,500-square-feet and offers screened-in porches on two levels, a kitchenette in the basement that also comes with a separate entrance, and a garden space in rear. The listing indicates that there is a washer and dryer in the property as well as stainless steel appliances. There is only street parking. Also, pets and pet rent are considered on a case-by-case basis. Here's the rub, though: the listing does come with some conditions. Below, you will find what the poster has to say about requirements:

"So here's the deal, if you want to get a jump on this and don't mind clutter and mess as I am currently moving out, let's set up a time for you to see the house ASAP. Please, no recent college grads (love ya'll though), no month-to-monthers or other short term rentals; this is not a dumpy group house or glorified off-campus housing."If still interested in giving this rental a look see, the rent totals to $3,000/month.


↑ For $3,000/month, you can rent this H Street NE row house with two bedrooms and two bathrooms. The rental is pet-friendly, comes with a washer and dryer, and also offers a fenced-in backyard with a grill and tables. According to the listing, the kitchen is newly remodeled and comes with modern appliances. There is also a covered area for bike storage as well as extra storage space and built-in shelving. Only street parking is available.

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