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Austin rent comparison: what you get for $4,000/month

Welcome to Curbed Comparisons, a column that explores what one can rent for a set dollar amount in various Austin neighborhoods. Is one person's studio another person's bungalow? Let's find out! Today's price: $4,000.

1909 Sharon Lane B, three-bedroom, three-bathroom townhouse, 2,357 square feet, $4,500/month. This spacious Tarrytown townhouse has two stories, concrete and wooden floors, two-car garage, and a fenced backyard. Pets are not mentioned.

1500 Travis Heights Boulevard, three-bedroom, two-bathroom house, 3,188 square feet, $4,000/month. This is a 1920s brick home in South Austin’s Travis Heights neighborhood that has been updated and expanded and has a fireplace, deck, and hardwood floors. No mention of pets.

615 West Seventh Street, two-bedroom, two-bathroom apartment, 1,439 square feet, $4,465/month. This unit in the high-rise Seven apartment building Downtown is on the high end of our price-point scale. The complex includes expected luxuries such as a pool, rooftop deck, fitness center, and pet/pet-washing areas. Cats and dogs allowed; two-pet maximum.

2800 Waymaker Way #49, four-bedroom, three-and-half-bathroom condo, 3,112 square feet, $4,300/month. A freestanding unit in Davenport Rim Condos in Westlake, this rental has two stories, two master suites, and a deck overlooking greenbelt. The listing doesn’t mention pets.

1804 East Second Street, four-bedroom, two-bathroom house, 1,500 square feet, $4,500/month. A 2007 build, this home is in a popular part of Central East Austin, close to the Eastside entertainment district and not too far from downtown. It has a back patio and yard with planters for landscaping and gardening. Cats and small dogs allowed.