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These are D.C.’s most expensive rentals

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When determining what the typical price is for an apartment in Washington, D.C., results differ. Apartment List reported that the median rent for a one-bedroom apartment in the city is $1,310 per month, while, according to ABODO, the average monthly price for a one-bedroom is $2,182. Zillow’s research more closely aligns with ABODO, reporting that the typical price for a rental in D.C. is $2,621 per month.

For those who want to see what the most atypical, luxurious rentals are in the District, check out the following listings with prices that reach over $10,000 per month. It’s worth noting that this is not a list of the five priciest rentals in the city, but instead a list of the most expensive one-, two-, three-, four-, and five-bedroom units currently for sale.

For a comprehensive list of the District’s most expensive rentals, be sure to head to Zillow.


The most expensive one-bedroom in Washington, D.C.

1177 22nd Street NW #9B • West End • $8,250 per month

Spanning over 1,800 square feet, this penthouse is on the market with all utilities included in the rent. What sets this unit apart from other one-bedrooms is the amenities offered along with it. This listing comes with a 50-foot private outdoor terrace with a gas grill hookup as well as community amenities like a rooftop pool, fitness room, and a 24-hour front desk. The listing also offers two garage parking spaces and storage. Unfortunately, no pets are allowed inside.


The most expensive two-bedroom in Washington, D.C.

1015 33rd Street NW #809 • Georgetown • $9,800 per month

While this price might seem sky-high, it’s actually lower than what it was when it first landed on the market. Inside, everything has been custom designed with exposed, polished concrete, a marble kitchen, and an open floor plan. Parking is available for rent, according to the listing. The square footage totals 2,038.


The most expensive three-bedroom in Washington, D.C.

1412 29th Street NW • Georgetown • $8,000 per month

Once again, a rental in Georgetown, this time fully-furnished with two outdoor spaces and a newly remodeled kitchen. The rear patio features a built-in gas grill. The 2,214-square-foot unit is also available as a short-term rental for as little as four nights.


The most expensive four-bedroom in Washington, D.C.

3150 South Street NW #2A • Georgetown • $12,500 per month

Located in the Residences at the Ritz Carlton, Georgetown, this renovated apartment features a gourmet kitchen, terrace, and two-car parking. The 3,400-square-foot listing also comes fully equipped with amenities like a fitness center, valet parking, and a concierge. This residential development is also known for housing one of the most expensive condos ever to land on the D.C. market.


The most expensive five-bedroom in Washington, D.C.

2138 Bancroft Place NW • Kalorama • $12,000 per month

This property comes with over 6,100 square feet of space, making it the most expensive rental on this list. With five levels of space, this listing offers stainless steel appliances, a rooftop terrace, and a two-car garage. This is the only unit on this list that makes clear that it is pet-friendly.