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: $1,000.
In Fremont just off Aurora, this 234-square-foot efficiency studio, renting for $1,045 per month, has a module that can be a Murphy bed, a desk, or a flat wall depending on your needs. The kitchen has a cooktop and a full-size refrigerator, and the bathroom has a walk-in shower. One cat can come, but will cost you $35 a month in pet rent.
In the University District, this studio a block away from the University of Washington manages to fit a pretty big, full kitchen and a bathroom with a clawfoot tub into 294 square feet. No pets are allowed, though. Rent here is $990 per month.
This lower Queen Anne apartment actually has a bedroom for $1,040 per month. It’s on the top floor, and has tiled floors everywhere but the bedroom. A cat can come on a case-by-case basis, but no additional humans.
This 240-square-foot studio on the 26 line in Wallingford has hardwood floors, a kitchenette (“hot plates and toaster ovens allowed”), and landscaped common outdoor spaces. While the place is mostly unfurnished, a single bed is available. No pets or additional humans are allowed. Rent is $1,050 per month.
In Rainier Beach not too far from the light rail station, this 400-square-foot studio unit with a full kitchen rents for $990 per month. It’s part of a duplex, and shared laundry is on-site; no word about pets.
In the Woodland Park/Green Lake/Phinney Ridge area—two blocks south of the zoo!—this 700-square-foot, one-bedroom basement unit in a converted house is renting for $1,050. The bedroom can fit a queen bed and has a walk-in closet; a fenced backyard shared with the other unit has a storage shed. No pets are allowed, though.
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