Welcome to Curbed Comparisons, a column that explores what one can rent for a set dollar amount in various Washington, D.C. neighborhoods. Today, Curbed will focus solely on Anacostia with the goal to find rentals asking under $1,330/month.
↑ For $1,100/month, renters can nab this one-bedroom, one-bathroom rental. According to the listing, it is located in a new townhome with an active alarm system and extra storage space. Some of the many highlights include stainless steel appliances, recessed lighting, and hardwood flooring throughout. All utilities except cable are included in the rent. The partially fenced rear yard is shared.
↑ Approximately one mile away from the Anacostia Metro station, this two-bedroom, one-bathroom apartment is asking $950/month. It comes with either a patio or a balcony as well as hardwood flooring and central air conditioning. Off-street parking is also available along with a laundry room in the building. Gas and water are free.
↑ If you’re the renter of this unit, your $925 monthly rent covers gas and water. The rental comes with two bedrooms and one bathroom as well as central air conditioning and off-street parking. There is no washer and dryer, but there is laundry in the building.
↑ With a price of $1,330/month, this is the most expensive rental on this list. Unfortunately, there are no photos inside, but the listing states that this unit comes with two bedrooms and one bathroom.