Are you shopping for a mid 20th-century rental in 22303 for around $3,300?
Rentals in Huntington
Great location near Huntington Station. New flooring on two levels, fresh paint. First time rental [Berkshire East - $3,300]
Single family recently renovated 4 bedroom/2 bath house near the Huntington Metro Station. Comes furnished, if desired. Kitchen has granite countertops with a peninsula for eating. Mud room and washer/dryer on main floor. Spacious rear yard with plenty of parking. A short walk to the Huntington Metro Station (yellow line) and a shopping center that includes 7-11, Bob & Edith's, other restaurants and more! Quick, easy access to I-495, I-95, Route 1 (Richmond Highway), I-395, Old Town Alexandria and Fort Belvoir making this a commuter's dream! Pets considered on a case-by-case basis. [Fairhaven - $2,800]
Location is the Key to this renovated rambler with walkout basement. About 15 minutes WALK to Huntington Metro (and less than 15 minutes with Metro to Crystal City and Pentagon); super easy access to 495, 10 minutes drive to Old Town Alexandria and National Harbor, and less than 20 minutes drive to Crystal City and Pentagon. The house was renovated 6 years ago top to bottom. Over 1900 finished sq. feet on two levels, hardwoods throughout main level and new carpet in basement. Open floor plan with updated kitchen with granite countertops and SS appliances. Two renovated full baths, 1 on the main level and another one in the basement. Huge finished basement with Rec-room and spacious bedroom. Deck off of DR and fully fenced backyard. Great if you have pets. [Somerville Hill - $2,500]
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According to a new realtor.com® survey of more than 1,000 home shoppers, increasing rental costs are pushing more young adults toward homeownership, with 23 percent of buyers between the ages of 18 and 34 reporting rising rents as a trigger for their recent home purchase. “Although record-low inventory and high prices make this housing market unique, some classic features still top most shoppers’ wish lists,” says Danielle Hale, chief economist for realtor.com®. “At the same time, we found some clear differences in priorities. For instance, older buyers are concerned with privacy and being able to age comfortably, while millennials place more emphasis on family needs, stability, and personal expression.”
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