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D.C. rent comparison: What $1,200/month rents you

See your options in neighborhoods like Eckington, Washington Highlands, and Bloomingdale

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: $1,200/month.

↑ At the moment, this Bloomingdale studio is being used as an Airbnb rental. Regardless, it is still up for grabs for renters open to living in 550 square feet of space for $1,200/month. No pets are allowed inside.

↑ For $1,150/month, this one-bedroom rental is on the market with hardwood flooring, a washer and dryer, and a tile backsplash in the kitchen. The listing is located in Washington Highlands.

↑ In Cedar Heights, this three-bedroom, 890-square-foot rental is on the market for $1,175/month. It is the largest unit on this list and has the most bedrooms. Unfortunately, this listing only comes with one bathroom, which might not appeal to too many renters. Regardless, it still comes with other positives, including 24-hour emergency maintenance and a brand new playground nearby.

↑ Next on the list is this one-bed, one-bath rental in Bellevue. For $1,175/month, it features 583 square feet of space, a washer and dryer, crown molding, and off-street parking. Cats and small dogs are allowed.

↑ With one bedroom and one bathroom, this Eckington basement unit is on the market for $1,200/month. It comes with 500 square feet of space, a separate entrance, free internet, and a monthly maid service. According to the listing, the basement is equipped with a microwave oven and its own fridge. Off-street parking is also available.