Welcome to Curbed Comparisons, a column that explores what one can rent or buy for a set dollar amount in various Austin neighborhoods. Today’s price: $1,800 (or thereabouts) per month. Vote for your favorite below.
A roomy house in St. Johns is renting for $1,800 per month right now—not bad for three bedrooms and one bathroom in 1,214 square feet. It also has wood floors, an updated kitchen, and a fenced backyard. Pets are okay.
If it’s Rainey that you seek, a $1,809/month studio at the Camden apartments might float your boat. It’s a decent-sized 702 square feet and floor-to-ceiling windows, with an infinity pool and gym upstairs. Cats and small dogs are allowed.
If you can look past the terrible photos, you’ll find this single-family home in Far South Austin’s South Manchaca neighborhood does indeed seem to have been renovated, as the listing indicates. Renting for $1,850 per month, it has three bedrooms and one bathroom in 980 square feet, as well as a fenced and a new patio. Pets are allowed.
A one-bedroom apartment in the Muse renting for $1,805 per month could be just the place for home-hunters who want to live in a very on-the-nose version of the South Congress scene. The 734-square-foot unit ha a Nest thermostat, granite and silestone counter tops, and designer cabinets; the community features a pool and multiple dog parks (because pets are allowed).
This nifty little detached apartment in Hyde Park is renting for $1,800 per month. The 728-square-foot space has two bedrooms and one bathroom, oak and tile floors, and a remodeled kitchen with exposed brick walls as well as off-street parking and a small yard.
Which $1,800 Austin rental would you choose?
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