What you can rent for $2,000 in the Washington D.C. region

November 26, 2013

In the past we have compared what you can buy in the D.C. metro area at certain prices. Now, we are going to look at a few examples of what you can rent. This is not meant to be a comprehensive list but rather a sample of what’s available out there to give prospective renters an idea of what they’ll find within their budgets in and around the District.

This month, with the help of Zillow, a real estate information Web site, we look at three rentals in D.C., Maryland and Virginia for $2,000. Click the links underneath the addresses to be taken to the Zillow listings for more information about each rental.


(Photo by Lindsey A. Hobson/Shoot and Showcase) 417 18th St. NE

Rosedale Flats was completely gutted and renovated over the past year and a half. The result is an open floor plan with large rooms and an abundance of natural light. Hardwood floors and designer light fixtures add elegance. There are marble counters, stainless steel appliances and sleek espresso cabinets in the kitchen. An energy efficient washer and dryer are in the unit. Parking is available for an extra $100 a month. For more information about this apartment, go to the Web site rosedaleflatsdc.com or contact Lily Yoseph at Keller Williams Capital Properties, 202-550-6064.


(Photo by Alex Saenger/BakerB Solutions) 10512 Smithy Ct., North Potomac

This end-unit townhouse in Stonebridge has hardwood floors throughout the living areas. The updated kitchen has granite counters. The bathrooms also have granite counters. There’s a large fenced yard with a spacious deck and a fireplace on the lower level. A playground, tennis courts and community pool are a short walk away. For more information about this property, contact Alex Saenger of Avery Hess Realtors 240-406-4375.


(Photo by Ian Johnsen) 1038 18th St. S, Arlington

One of two units in the Cape Cod home, this apartment has hardwood floors, a fireplace and a screened porch. For more information about this apartment, contact Virginia Smith of Arlington Realty at 703-836-1116.

Looking for another price point? Check out our past stories:

What you can rent for $1,350

What you can rent for $1,500

What you can rent for $1,750

 

Kathy Orton is a reporter and Web editor for the Real Estate section. She covers the Washington metropolitan area housing market.
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