Welcome to Curbed Comparisons, a column that explores what one can rent for a set dollar amount in various Washington, D.C. neighborhoods. In honor of Renovation Week, Curbed has searched for six apartments that are renovated and cost between $4,000 and $5,000/month. After taking a look through these listings, be sure to vote for which one you think is the best deal.
↑ This furnished apartment is on the market with one bedroom and one-and-a-half bathrooms. Asking $4,500/month, the unit comes with a balcony, renovated kitchen, and lots of closet space. This apartment is located in Foggy Bottom.
↑ This Capitol Hill townhome was built in 1906, but has been fully renovated with refinished baseboards and mouldings, marble countertops, heated porcelain flooring, and stainless steel appliances. The basement is fully finished. There is also a washer and dryer in the listing. With three bedrooms and three bathrooms across 2,400 square feet, this property is asking $4,850/month.
↑ For $4,530/month, renters can live in this two-bedroom, two-bathroom apartment in Kalorama. The 1,100-square-foot residence comes with a Bertannoni gas range, washer and dryer, and hardwood flooring. The unit is pet-friendly.
↑ Next up is this two-bedroom, one-bathroom apartment in Columbia Heights. Asking $4,260/month, this fully furnished, ground-floor unit comes with a rear yard, renovated kitchen, and a washer and dryer. The asking price totals $4,260/month.
↑ This two-bedroom, two-bathroom townhome in U Street Corridor is asking $4,900/month rent with all utilities included. According to the listing, the fully furnished property is newly renovated and offers cable, internet, and brand new stainless steel appliances.
↑ In Georgetown, this renovated rowhouse is on the market for $4,995/month. It comes with two bedrooms and two bathrooms across 1,030 square feet of space. There is hardwood flooring, built-ins, and a bricked private patio. The kitchen offers stainless steel appliances and granite countertops. According to the listing, the bathrooms are all new.