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What $1,850/Month Can Rent You in Seattle Right Now

Welcome back to Curbed Comparisons, where we scour Seattle's rental listings to see what your monthly budget will get you across the city. Rent Jungle says that the average 2-BR rental in Seattle is currently $1,846/mo. So this week, we're specifically looking at what 2-BR rentals in the $1,850/mo. price range look like. You tell us which lease you'd sign.

"Experience the richness of living TraVigne." So the listing for a 938 sq. ft. 2-BR for $1,850/mo. there begins. The U-District complex unit does seem fairly spacious and offers nice views through big windows. The rooftop terrace includes a landscaped garden and solid views of Seattle and beyond.

Located just four blocks from the University of Washington you'll find an 850 sq. ft. 2-BR available in The Frederick Apartments for $1,850/mo. This U-District unit resides in a building with a bit more character, though the renovated units include hardwood floors, granite countertops, new appliances and a washer/dryer in-unit. Pretty good location for those who want to be close all of U-District's notable locations.

Here on the ground floor of a triplex building in North Queen Anne you'll find a 1,100 sq. ft. 2-BR available for $1,850/mo. Includes larger bedrooms, living room with wood burning fireplace, dishwasher, patio, two tandem carport parking spots and washer/dryer in-unit. For those who don't need the amenities of modern apartment complexes and want a little more space to move around in (a little skimpy on the photos, however).

Let's now head to West Seattle where this 950 sq. ft. 2-BR in Alaska Junction is available for $1,850/mo. The Siberay is just two blocks from The Junction and includes a common area outfitted with a dog-wash station and bike storage. Inside, units look pretty modern.

Finally we end in Capitol Hill where you can get this 2-BR at 317 E Thomas for $1,850/mo. This one is for the lovers of "old world charm." The claw foot tub is a nice touch and that view of the Space Needle is pretty sweet. Definitely not for the lover of modern amenities.

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