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: $3,500.
Up in the Bryant neighborhood—east of Ravenna—this four-bedroom Cape Cod home on two lots is renting for $3,500. That comes with hardwood floors, a garage, and a big yard with gardens and a private stream. Pets are okay on a case-by-case basis. One of the bedrooms is part of a mother-in-law suite downstairs, which includes a kitchenette-like area and bathroom.
In Crown Hill, this adorable three-bedroom craftsman has a built-in breakfast nook, a fireplace, vaulted ceilings, and hardwood floors in 1,650 square feet of space. Amenities include a washer and dryer and some furnishings. A small pet could be OK on a case-by-case basis. Rent is $3,500 on the dot, which includes utiities, cable, and internet.
Adaptive reuse condo project the Gridiron just opened in Pioneer Square a stone’s throw from Centurylink Field, and already someone’s renting out a fifth-floor, one-bedroom unit for $3,500. It’s big for a one-bedroom, at 806 square feet, and includes two large balconies facing the stadium, plus in-unit laundry and access to shared amenities like a gym and a roof deck. It comes with a garage parking spots, but no pets are allowed.
On the north end of Capitol Hill, this two-bedroom penthouse at the top of a small building has hardwood floors, a large balcony and two bathrooms in 875 square feet. It’s pet-friendly and also includes laundry in-unit. Rent is $3,450.
This big ol’ Wallingford craftsman has four bedrooms, and has a mix of utilitarian upgrades and vintage details like boxbeam ceilings and built-ins. The basement features a rec room and laundry facilities. Pets under 40 pounds are okay but might cost extra, The house comes with a big front porch and a backyard, too. Rent is $3,475 per month.
For those wanting the quiet, cul-de-sac life, this Madison Park craftsman is going for $3,500. That includes three bedrooms, two and a half bathrooms, laundry facilities, and a garage that’s been converted into a rec room. A fully-enclosed backyard with a large deck is a nice bonus. Pets are okay, too.
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