From the trendy side streets of Georgetown to the historic brownstones of Foggy Bottom to the austere neighborhoods of Southeast, the District of Columbia has one of the nation's best selection of new and historic townhouses. DC townhouses are far more affordable than traditional apartments or detached homes, especially in the tony neighborhoods that surround the Capitol Building and White House. The steady supply of new townhouses coming online each year promises to keep rates affordable for new arrivals.
Although Washington, DC's more visible residents are often the transient government workers who arrive at the beginning of a new administration and leave a few years later, many of the District's citizens have long family histories in the area, occupying the same cozy homes for generations. These folks live in townhouses like the charming 2-bedroom, 2-bath unit with nearly 1,400 square feet of usable space on three levels on North Carolina Avenue in Southeast that rents for just $1,300, or the 3-bedroom, 2-bath, 1,678-square foot townhouse on 36th Place SE for $2,220 per month. With roommates sharing the costs, these DC townhouses are cheaper than anything else within miles!
DC townhouses are also popular with the many students that descend upon the city's Northeastern quadrant to attend schools like Georgetown and American University each year. With so many huge townhouses for rent in this area, it's not uncommon for groups of five or more friends to share places like the 5-bedroom, 2-bath unit located off K street just minutes from Georgetown, the Capitol, and the city's transportation hub. With everything included, a share of this townhouse costs less than $1,000 per month!
Folks moving to the District for the first time appreciate the city's selection of townhouses for several reasons. For one, they have private entrances that open directly to the street, not noisy common doors. Unlike traditional apartments, they also have multiple floors of usable space and in many cases boast their own laundry and HVAC control facilities in their basements. Even if it's necessary to take on a roommate or two, the spaciousness and multi-floor layout of typical DC townhouses makes it easy for everyone involved to enjoy some alone time if so desired.
DC townhouses offer all the benefits of homeownership with few of the drawbacks, and they're more affordable than traditional apartments. Discover the outstanding selection of DC's townhouses on RentalAds.com today!