Welcome to Curbed Comparisons, where we explore what you can rent for a certain dollar amount in the Seattle area. We've found five listings within $100 of today's price: One of the lower estimates for median one-bedroom rent in Seattle, $1575.
↑ This lofted studio right by the West Seattle Junction has a washer and dryer in-unit and shared gardening space in the building. It’s pet-friendly and rents for $1,560 a month.
↑ This one-bedroom in the University District is small—426 square feet—but it has gorgeous floor-to-ceiling windows, a washer and dryer, radiant heat, interior sliding glass doors, and decks. It rents for $1,599.
↑ This 434-square-foot studio in a pet-friendly building in Capitol Hill has granite countertops, a balcony, in-unit laundry, and a shared patio with a barbecue. It rents for $1,599.
↑ This 650-square-foot one-bedroom with archways, hardwood floors, and cute vintage details is just a few blocks off Market Street in Ballard. It rents for $1,595 a month.
↑ This newly-remodeled one-bedroom in a Madison Park fourplex right next to the Arboretum has a private street entrance, new appliances and cabinetry, and an electric fireplace. It rents for $1,595 a month.
↑ In Bitter Lake, this two-bedroom has a balcony and free parking—and the building has a heated pool. It rents for $1,599 a month.
Which $1575 home would you rent?
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