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: $3,000.
In Capitol Hill, this two-bedroom, two-bathroom apartment in a Fred Anhalt-designed designed Tudor revival complex is going for $3,050. That includes an adorable fireplace, vintage windows, hardwood floors, in-unit laundry, and shared courtyard access, plus around 1,000 square feet of space. It’s pet-friendly and located right along transit, but parking is available in an attached garage.
This upper Queen Anne, two-story condo has two bedrooms, two bathrooms, skylights, a balcony, and hardwood floors. Pets can come along with no deposit—and while it doesn’t come with in-unit laundry, it has the hookups. It comes with a garage parking spot and is along transit routes, too. It can come furnished. Rent is $3,000 a month on the dot.
Three blocks from the West Seattle Junction, this 1905 craftsman has three bedrooms, two bathrooms, and an office, as well as a fully-fenced yard and a garage. Pets are okay on a case-by-case basis, and the home has laundry facilities. Hardwood floors are common and cute period details are present throughout. Rent here will be $2,950.
In Beacon Hill, this five-bedroom house, renting for $2,995 per month, has hardwood floors throughout—including in a finished daylight basement mother-in-law apartment. A garage provides storage, parking, or workspace, and it’s a block away from a bus line. Pets are allowed on a case-by-case basis, and laundry is available in the house.
By Gas Works Park in Wallingford, a one-bedroom houseboat with the classic, rounded caravan shape and exposed wood details throughout is renting for $2,950 with all utilities, including cable and Wi-Fi, paid for. Naturally, that includes a great, shaded roof deck. The marina, which is along the Burke-Gilman trail and a couple of blocks from transit, has laundry, and the rental comes with a parking pass. No word on pets either way.
Head to the cusp of Leschi, Madrona, and the Central Area for a three-bedroom, two-bathroom, 1906 house right off of a bus line on Cherry Street. That includes a full-size washer and dryer, new paint and flooring, a fenced yard, and a cozy gas fireplace, plus carport parking. No pets are allowed, though. Rent here is $2,995 per month.
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