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Washington, D.C.'s 5 most expensive rentals on the market

From Georgetown to Dupont Circle

Editor's Note: This post was originally published in May 2017 and has been updated with the most recent information.

3150 South Street NW PH1A

Georgetown • $15,000/month

In the same residential development as Washington, D.C.’s most expensive condo, there you will also find the city’s priciest rental on the market. According to the listing, the unit is the first ever penthouse available to lease in the building. This three-bedroom, four-and-a-half-bathroom apartment spans 3,100 square feet. Amenities include a 24-hour concierge, two-car valet parking, and all hotel services.

2019 R Street NW

Dupont Circle • $13,000/month

Spanning 6,140 square feet, this townhome offers plenty of indoor and outdoor space for both living and entertaining. There are five bedrooms and five bathrooms included as well as a two-car garage. The listing indicates that the property has been completely renovated with high-end finishes added.

2806 University Terrace NW

Kent • $12,000/month

Out of all of the rentals on this list, this property is the largest, spanning 7,300 square feet. The six-bedroom, six-bathroom single-family home comes with highlights like a home theater, gourmet kitchen, and newly painted walls. The floors have been refinished. There is also a two-car garage included.

2138 Bancroft Place NW

Kalorama • $12,000/month

Next up, this five-bedroom, four-and-a-half-bathroom apartment offers a chef’s kitchen with high-end stainless steel appliances. There is also a stone terrace as well as a rooftop terrace with views of the Washington Monument. The square footage totals 6,157.

1609 35th Street NW

Georgetown • $11,500/month

With highlights like a finished basement, laundry room, and wine room, this listing has a whole lot to offer. In the backyard, there is a carriage house as well as a two-car garage with an upper bonus room.