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Austin Rent Comparison: What $5,000/Month Gets You

2457 Westlake Drive, two-bedroom, two-bathroom condo, $4,500/month: This two-story home in a Lake Austin community measures 1,960 square feet and is right on the water but close to downtown. No pets.

1802 Eva Street, two-bedroom, two-bathroom house, $4,500/month: This 1,928-square-foot Bouldin Creek home near South Congress is dubbed The Tree House. It has a loft with an office in addition to the two full bedrooms, a big back yard, deck, and two living rooms.

11000 Cut Plains Loop, four-bedroom, three-bathroom house, $4,999/month: This brand-new build in a gated Anderson Mill community is advertised as a high-end corporate rental. It's 3,200 square feet in two stories with a big yard, deck, and barbecue. Can be rented furnished with negotiable lease terms. No mention of pets.

1202 Castle Hill Street, two-bedroom, one-and-a-half-bathroom house, $5,000/month: Whoever is renting this 1,500-square-foot Craftsman must be confident that its prime Clarksville location and/or the 1920s style will justify the rental price. The listing also suggests it could be a home office, for which it is ideally located. No pets.

555 East Fifth Street, two-bedroom, two-bathroom apartment, $4,750/month: A 1,475-square-foot unit on the east side of Downtown, this place has a loft-style open plan for common areas, bamboo flooring, two reserved parking spaces, and, of course, location hotness. Pets are not mentioned.