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What $1,300/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. Today we find out what $1,300/month can get you. You tell us which lease you'd sign.


Let's begin in U District where you can find a 447 sf 1-BR at Muriel's Landing for $1,295/mo. It looks like the unit is actually somewhere between a studio and one-bedroom. The building is geared towards being an "Active Building," encouraging residents to build a profile so you can connect with your neighbors. You're either really into that or really not.


Next up is Wallingford, where this 650 sf basement 1-BR is available for $1,300/month. "Great for a UW faculty member, writer, musician or graduate student who likes a quite home, yet wants to be close to popular places to socialize." The "closet-kitchen" is an interesting touch.


Now let's head over to Queen Anne where you can find this 540 sf 1-BR on the basement level for $1,295/month. Features include concrete floor, soapstone counter tops, natural wood cabinets, dishwasher and vintage-style tiled bath. A reasonable short walk to Uptown, though that walk back uphill might be a bit tougher.


Now it's off to North Admiral where you can find this 750 sf 1-BR at The Park Hamilton for an even $1,300/month. A bit spartan and dated but it makes up for it in size and amenities that include the built-in fireplace, radiant heat and large private deck.


Finally, we end up in Belltown where you can get a 443 sf. 1-BR at Moda for $1,306/month. This is one of the classic Seattle trade-offs. Tiny space in an amenity-filled building in a desired location.

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