Welcome to Curbed Comparisons, where we explore what you can rent for a certain dollar amount in the Seattle area. We found six listings within $100 of today’s price: $1,550.
This one-bedroom apartment in east Capitol Hill is full of little vintage details, like archways and original hardwoods. A shared patio provides some outdoor space when the 800 square feet inside isn’t enough. Rent here is $1,875, and pets are allowed. The building has an attached garage, but parking will cost you extra.
By Alki Beach in West Seattle, an 875-square-foot, two-bedroom apartment with its own laundry room is going for $1,875. A new remodel means new flooring, a new kitchen, and fresh carpet in the bedrooms. Pets can come, too.
The basement half of a duplex in Beacon Hill a few blocks from I-5 is renting for $1,900 on the dot. That includes three rooms that one could take residence in (two conforming bedrooms and a bonus room), a wood-burning fireplace, and access to a yard—but it’s definitely in a basement.
Near Richmond Beach in Shoreline, a two-bedroom, two-bathroom townhouse with more than 1,000 square feet of space is renting for $1,900. That includes a one-car garage, in-unit laundry, a backyard, and two decks. No pets are allowed, though.
In Magnolia, this two-bedroom, two-bathroom apartment with a balcony, hardwood floors, and a fun fireplace is renting for $1,895. The building shares a pool, has off-street parking available, and is pet friendly.
Head to Madison Park for a one-bedroom waterfront condo renting for $1,850. That includes a patio, a parking spot, and shared access to a pool, gym, and dock—but pets can’t come along.
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