Price Point: $2,750 to $3,250

Comparing rental prices in and around the District.

June 22, 2012

Capitol Hill: $2,800

2BR: 201 I St. NE

This two-bedroom is all modern elegance. There are high ceilings, natural oak floors and floor-to-ceiling windows. An airy living room leads to a master bedroom (176 square feet) and second bedroom (120 square feet) with two spacious closets each. The kitchen comes with granite countertops and new stainless steel appliances. Then there are the building’s amenities, which include a meeting room, rooftop pool, gym and a movie screening room. (Listed by Bozzuto)


Rose Hill: $3,200

4BR: 4501 Bee St., Alexandria

Tucked away in a quiet, suburban neighborhood, this white-clapboard split-level is cozy. The roomy living and family rooms have hardwood floors and working fireplaces. There’s a big kitchen with new appliances. Outside, a deck and backyard are perfect for a party or game of kickball. Old Town is about 5 miles away, and downtown D.C. is a 30-minute drive. Public transit options are limited here, so a car is a must. (Listed by owner)


Amanda Erickson is deputy editor of PostEverything.
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