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  • 314 Atlantic St SE Photo 1
    314 Atlantic St SE Photo 2
    $2,800

    314 Atlantic St SE

    314 Atlantic St SE unit 2, Washington, DC 20032

    5 Beds • 3 Bath

    Available Now

    5 Beds, 3 Baths

    $2,800

    1,220 Sqft

    1 Floor Plan

    Top Amenities

    • Washer & Dryer In Unit

    Pet Policy

    Dogs Allowed & Cats Allowed

      Neighborhood

      Southeast Washington

      Washington House for Rent

      Charming 5 BR/3 BA Semi-Detached Home in Washington Highlands! The flooring and walls feature a neutral tone, providing a clean and modern backdrop for any decor style. The living area is spacious and filled with natural light, creating a welcoming atmosphere for relaxation or entertaining. A separate dining area provides space for family meals or gatherings with friends. In the kitchen, residents will appreciate the stone countertop, breakfast bar, cabinetry, and stainless steel appliances, making meal preparation convenient and enjoyable. On the main level, two spacious bedrooms and a full bathroom offer convenience and comfort for residents. Upstairs, three additional bedrooms provide ample space for family members or guests. Two more full bathrooms on this level ensure easy access for all residents. Additionally, a laundry closet with a washer and dryer adds convenience for residents' laundry needs. With all utilities included in the rent, residents can enjoy hassle-free living and budgeting! Local Attractions: - Frederick Douglass National Historic Site: Visit the former home of Frederick Douglass, a prominent abolitionist and statesman, to learn about his life and legacy. - Anacostia Park: A large recreational area along the Anacostia River with walking trails, sports fields, and picnic spots. Enjoy outdoor activities and scenic views. - Anacostia Community Museum: Learn about the history and culture of Anacostia and its residents through exhibits, programs, and community events at this Smithsonian museum. - Kenilworth Park and Aquatic Gardens: Explore the natural beauty of these gardens, known for their aquatic plants, lily ponds, and boardwalk trails. It's a serene escape within the city. - Frederick Douglass Bridge: Spanning the Anacostia River, this bridge offers scenic views of the river and surrounding area. Nearby Metro Stations: - Anacostia Station (Green Line): This station is approximately 0.8 miles from 314 Atlantic St SE and provides access to the Green Line, connecting you to various parts of the city. - Congress Heights Station (Green Line): Another nearby station on the Green Line, offering convenient access to the metro system and connecting you to different neighborhoods. Small dogs are accepted with additional pet deposit! Property could be subject to Move In/Move Out Fees. Please contact the Leasing Agent for more information. Application Qualifications: Minimum monthly income 3 times the tenant's portion of the monthly rent, acceptable rental history, credit history and criminal history consistent with District of Columbia law. More specific information provided with the application. Bay Property Management Group will not refuse to rent a rental unit to a person because the person will provide the rental payment, in whole or in part, through a voucher for rental housing assistance provided by the District or Federal Government. All Bay Management Group residents are automatically enrolled in the Resident Benefits Package (RBP) for $39.95/month, which includes renters insurance, $1M Identity Protection, HVAC air filter delivery (for applicable properties), move-in concierge service making utility connection and home service setup a breeze during your move-in, our best-in-class resident rewards program, and much more! The Resident Benefits Package is a voluntary program and may be terminated at any time, for any reason, upon thirty (30) days' written notice. Tenants that do not upload their own renters insurance to the Tenant portal 5 days prior to move in will be automatically included in the RBP and the renters insurance program. More details upon application. Call or text Tanya at Bay Management Group for details or to schedule an appointment at (301) 254-4106 or email tglover@baymgmtgroup.com Property Management Company in Washington DC ~ https://www.baymgmtgroup.com/property-management-companies-washington-dc/ Virtual Tour: https://my.matterport.com/show/?m=gYr71fcXUua

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    • The Vista Photo 1
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      $1,234+

      The Vista

      4660 M L K Jr Ave SW, Washington, DC 20032

      1–2 Beds • 1–2 Baths

      Available Now

      1 Bed, 1 Bath

      $1,234-$1,461

      595-730 Sqft

      3 Floor Plans

      2 Beds, 1-2 Baths

      $1,234-$1,708

      1,035-1,059 Sqft

      2 Floor Plans

      Top Amenities

      • Air Conditioning
      • Balcony
      • Dishwasher
      • Cable Ready
      • Hardwood Flooring

      Pet Policy

      Dogs Allowed & Cats Allowed

        Neighborhood

        Congress Heights

        Washington Apartment for Rent

        Welcome to Vista at Wingate! This gated community offers a convenient location, large floorplans and plenty of closet and storage space. We are minutes from downtown DC, the Metro, 295 and 495 which makes us a commuter's dream. Come by or call us today!

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        (571) 582-9693

      Average Rent in Washington, DC

      Avg. RentAnnual Change
      Washington Studio - $1,970-4%
      Washington 1 Bed - $2,427-2%
      Washington 2 Beds - $3,315-2%
      Last updated 5/21/2024

      Local Guide

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      Local Reviews

      The unique people that live in my complex. The closesness of restaurants that I like. The park that down the street from my house.

      During the holidays, you can go to the mall with your family to play parent-child games and buy your favorite books and clothes. Sometimes I go to a party with my friends

      My favorite thing is to live near pub park so me and my family can enjoy it because my family and I are enjoying life and it's safe and happy to live in my neighborhood with familiar faces and police presence with.

      Corner CafeSharks Fish & ChickenI often dine here with my friends and their food is very delicious.

      I enjoy the churches. There are always revivals or Bible Studies near. Most churches have various support programs.

      Local and unique restaurants with tasty and great food. Affordable prices in nearby restaurants for all

      Demographics

      Education

      High School

      49%

      Associate's

      33%

      Bachelor's

      11%

      Master's

      7%

      Doctorate

      1%

      Family Size

      2 people

      41%

      3 people

      33%

      4 people

      16%

      5 people

      3%

      6+ people

      8%

      Household Income

      0-50k

      61%

      50-100k

      24%

      100-150k

      9%

      150-200k

      4%

      200k+

      2%

      Age

      0-10

      20%

      10-20

      8%

      20-45

      38%

      45-65

      22%

      65+

      12%

      Affordability

      Percentage: 3/53/5

      Renters gave this area a 3 out of 5 for affordability

      Last updated 5/21/2024

      *The rent information included in this summary is based on a median calculation of multifamily rental property inventory on Apartment Guide and Rent.com over the past 12-months and is for illustrative purposes only. This information does not constitute a pricing guarantee or financial advice related to the rental market.

      Rent Trends

      Average rent in Bellevue, Washington, DC

      In Washington, DC, as of 2024, the average rent for apartments ranges from $1,970 to $3,315. Specifically, the average rent for a studio apartment in Bellevue, Washington, DC is $1,970. For those seeking a 1-bedroom apartments, the average rent is $2,427. And for a 2-bedroom apartment, renters can expect to pay an average of $3,315.

      Annual Rent Change Over the Past 12 Months

      Studio

      -4%

      Changed from $2,052 to $1,970
      1 Bed

      -2%

      Changed from $2,477 to $2,427
      2 Beds

      -2%

      Changed from $3,383 to $3,315
      Last updated 5/21/2024

      Cost of Living

      Compared to State Average

      1.2%

      Compared to National Average

      38%

      The cost of living in Bellevue, Washington, DC is 1.2% higher than the state average and 38% higher than the national average. Bellevue, Washington, DC housing is 89.6% more expensive than the U.S average, while utilities are about 32.8% more pricey. When it comes to basic necessities such as food and clothing, groceries are around 17.2% more in Bellevue, Washington, DC than in the rest of the country.

      Healthcare services such as doctor check-ups and dentistry cost 21.2% more here compared to the U.S. average.
      Cost of Living in Bellevue, Washington, DCCompared to State AverageCompared to National Average
      Housing
      11%
      89.6%
      Utilities
      5.8%
      32.8%
      Food
      2.7%
      17.2%
      Transportation
      1.2%
      29.4%
      Healthcare
      7.5%
      21.2%

      Compare Other Cities

      CityStudio Avg RentAnnual Change
      Fredericksburg$2,617-2%
      Frederick$2,339+10%
      Manassas$2,302+5%
      Arlington$2,107+4%
      Bethesda$2,100+20%
      Fairfax$2,037+5%
      Washington$1,970-4%
      Gaithersburg$1,864+1%
      Alexandria$1,801-1%
      Columbia$1,7990%
      Silver Spring$1,750+12%
      Rockville$1,7320%
      Annapolis$1,698-6%
      Owings Mills$1,625-2%
      Woodbridge$1,553-2%
      Glen Burnie$1,529-8%
      Baltimore$1,490-3%
      Laurel$1,399-16%
      Dundalk$1,214+3%
      City1 Bed Avg RentAnnual Change
      Bethesda$2,522+1%
      Arlington$2,482+4%
      Annapolis$2,468-1%
      Washington$2,427-2%
      Fairfax$2,239+6%
      Rockville$2,232+5%
      Gaithersburg$2,091-1%
      Alexandria$2,049+2%
      Silver Spring$1,976+2%
      Waldorf$1,950-16%
      Manassas$1,9480%
      Frederick$1,895+9%
      Columbia$1,870+10%
      Laurel$1,847+9%
      Woodbridge$1,846+3%
      Owings Mills$1,727+2%
      Glen Burnie$1,590+12%
      Fredericksburg$1,531+3%
      Bowie$1,511+8%
      Baltimore$1,422+3%
      Dundalk$1,200+10%
      King George$1,100--
      City2 Beds Avg RentAnnual Change
      Bethesda$3,438-2%
      Arlington$3,402+3%
      Washington$3,315-2%
      Annapolis$2,786-4%
      Ashburn$2,764+8%
      Fairfax$2,697+6%
      Rockville$2,659-2%
      Gaithersburg$2,637-1%
      Alexandria$2,583+5%
      Waldorf$2,500-7%
      Laurel$2,334+10%
      Silver Spring$2,277+5%
      Manassas$2,251+6%
      Frederick$2,148+7%
      Woodbridge$2,130+5%
      Owings Mills$2,075+2%
      Columbia$1,985+4%
      Glen Burnie$1,769+3%
      Bowie$1,767+7%
      Warrenton$1,750--
      Baltimore$1,6520%
      Fredericksburg$1,499-16%
      Dundalk$1,485+10%
      King George$1,000--

      Compare Neighborhoods

      Deanwood

      $1,100

      1 Bed Avg. Rent

      Fort Dupont

      $1,238

      1 Bed Avg. Rent

      Bellevue

      $1,289

      1 Bed Avg. Rent

      What are the most affordable neighborhoods in Washington, DC?

      For renters in Washington seeking more affordable options, the neighborhoods to watch are Deanwood, Fort Dupont, and Bellevue, where average rents for 1-bedroom apartments stand at $1,100, $1,238, and $1,289 respectively. Additional areas offering value are Randle Highlands and Congress Heights, where the rents are $1,300 and $1,316, a favorable comparison to Washington's overall 1-bedroom average of $2,427.

      What are the most expensive neighborhoods in Washington, DC?

      In Washington, the neighborhoods commanding the highest rents are West Village, Georgetown, and Friendship Heights. A 1-bedroom apartment in West Village averages at $6,000, in Georgetown it averages $5,000, and in Friendship Heights, the average is $3,950. For additional high-end living options, U-Street offers 1-bedroom apartments at $2,975, and Dupont Circle at $2,865. These rates compare to the overall average rent of $2,427 for a 1-bedroom apartment in Washington, highlighting the premium nature of these specific neighborhoods.

      What are the most popular neighborhoods in Washington, DC?

      In Washington, the most sought-after neighborhoods for renters include Brookland, NoMa, and Northeast Washington. In Brookland, the average rent for a 1-bedroom apartment is $2,049. NoMa sees average rents of $2,512 for a 1-bedroom unit. Northeast Washington offers similar appeal with 1-bedroom apartments averaging $2,308. For those seeking other popular areas, Eckington presents 1-bedroom apartments at $2,155, and Logan Circle - Shaw at $2,745. These prices are set against the backdrop of the city-wide average of $2,427 for a 1-bedroom apartment in Washington, underscoring the popularity of these particular neighborhoods.

      NeighborhoodStudio Avg RentAnnual Change
      U-Street$2,250+6%
      Carver - Langston$2,193--
      Dupont Circle$2,176-3%
      Adams Morgan$2,155-1%
      Foggy Bottom$2,125+10%
      Navy Yard$2,100-10%
      West Village$2,095--
      Logan Circle - Shaw$2,089+4%
      Park View$2,000--
      Pleasant Plains$2,000--
      Southeast Washington$1,989+2%
      NoMa$1,970-3%
      Southwest Washington$1,946+2%
      Southwest - Waterfront$1,946+2%
      Northwest Washington$1,935-5%
      Northeast Washington$1,914-4%
      Capitol Hill$1,862+1%
      Stanton Park$1,8500%
      Cleveland Park$1,799--
      Glover Park$1,795+47%
      Columbia Heights$1,775-2%
      Brookland$1,750+10%
      Eckington$1,733--
      Mount Pleasant$1,615+10%
      Petworth$1,580+15%
      Marumsco$1,545-2%
      Trinidad$1,513--
      Georgetown$1,393+1%
      Brightwood$1,340-29%
      16th Street Heights - Crestwood - Brightwood Park$1,313--
      Brightwood Park$1,313--
      Anacostia$1,250--
      Fairlawn$1,250--
      Chevy Chase-DC$1,2500%
      Historic Anacostia$1,023--
      Bellevue$9600%
      Congress Heights$9600%
      Deanwood$902--
      Fort Dupont$8990%
      Neighborhood1 Bed Avg RentAnnual Change
      U-Street$2,975+8%
      Dupont Circle$2,865-13%
      Foggy Bottom$2,760+8%
      Logan Circle - Shaw$2,745+7%
      Adams Morgan$2,641-21%
      Northwest Washington$2,562+2%
      NoMa$2,512+1%
      Columbia Heights$2,493+1%
      Kingman Park$2,400-3%
      Tenleytown$2,350--
      Logan Circle Historic District$2,350-6%
      Southwest Washington$2,319+1%
      Southwest - Waterfront$2,319+2%
      Northeast Washington$2,308-3%
      Capitol Hill$2,300-2%
      Stanton Park$2,3000%
      Navy Yard$2,300-30%
      Park View$2,300+15%
      16th Street Heights - Crestwood - Brightwood Park$2,300+33%
      Brightwood Park$2,300+33%
      Cleveland Park$2,245+18%
      Glover Park$2,170+16%
      Eckington$2,155+60%
      Mount Pleasant$2,101+19%
      Brookland$2,049-12%
      Carver - Langston$1,950+15%
      Holmead Manor$1,950-7%
      Petworth$1,9250%
      Marumsco$1,901+1%
      Foxhall Village$1,900-3%
      Cherry Hill$1,875+7%
      Brightwood$1,725--
      Trinidad$1,675-12%
      Pleasant Plains$1,599-29%
      Chevy Chase-DC$1,590-6%
      Fairlawn$1,523--
      Southeast Washington$1,511-12%
      Anacostia$1,511+4%
      Historic Anacostia$1,500+3%
      Bloomingdale$1,500--
      Congress Heights$1,316+12%
      Randle Highlands$1,300-4%
      Bellevue$1,289+12%
      Fort Dupont$1,238+7%
      Deanwood$1,100--
      Neighborhood2 Beds Avg RentAnnual Change
      Foggy Bottom$4,500+131%
      Georgetown$4,500+18%
      Dupont Circle$4,101-15%
      Tenleytown$3,950--
      Friendship Heights$3,920--
      Logan Circle - Shaw$3,883-2%
      West Village$3,750+1%
      U-Street$3,700-6%
      Cleveland Park$3,662+1%
      Northwest Washington$3,6040%
      Stanton Park$3,500+13%
      Columbia Heights$3,399+6%
      NoMa$3,394+2%
      Park View$3,350+14%
      Capitol Hill$3,250+5%
      Southwest Washington$3,250-8%
      Southwest - Waterfront$3,250+2%
      Adams Morgan$3,200-20%
      Northeast Washington$3,130+1%
      Eckington$3,110--
      Navy Yard$3,100-26%
      Pleasant Plains$2,900-25%
      Carver - Langston$2,850+21%
      Petworth$2,800+14%
      Brightwood$2,800--
      16th Street Heights - Crestwood - Brightwood Park$2,700+27%
      Brightwood Park$2,700+27%
      Glover Park$2,550-4%
      Foxhall Village$2,500--
      Holmead Manor$2,500--
      Logan Circle Historic District$2,500-18%
      Randle Highlands$2,400--
      Trinidad$2,300+24%
      Chevy Chase-DC$2,2470%
      Mount Pleasant$2,2290%
      Brookland$2,200-33%
      Kingman Park$2,199--
      Bloomingdale$2,190-12%
      Marumsco$2,166+4%
      Historic Anacostia$1,956+2%
      Cherry Hill$1,910+9%
      Congress Heights$1,687+13%
      Southeast Washington$1,650+4%
      Anacostia$1,650+2%
      Fairlawn$1,650-17%
      Deanwood$1,6500%
      Fort Dupont$1,446+4%
      Bellevue$1,434+3%

      Transportation

      Commute Time

      0-15 Mins

      14%

      15-30 Mins

      34%

      30-40 Mins

      19%

      40-60 Mins

      12%

      60+ Mins

      21%

      Area Amenities

      Top Score

      Retail Shops

      3/5 stars based on undefined reviews

      If you love to shop, Bellevue Washington is a good fit.

      1. Few shops per resident
      2. An average number of shops
      3. A standard number of shops compared to areas of a similar size

      Gas Stations

      3/5 stars based on undefined reviews

      Bumper sticker city. This place is good for filling up.

      1. Few gas stations per resident
      2. An average number of gas stations
      3. A standard number of gas stations compared to areas of a similar size

      Restaurants

      2.5/5 stars based on undefined reviews

      An average foodie scene: not too cold and not too hot.

      1. Few restaurants per resident
      2. Significantly fewer restaurants than average
      3. Far fewer restaurants than areas of a similar size

      Childcare

      2.5/5 stars based on undefined reviews

      Bellevue Washington is taking baby steps toward having ample childcare options.

      1. Few daycares per resident
      2. An average number of daycares
      3. A standard number of daycares compared to areas of a similar size

      Grocery Stores

      2/5 stars based on undefined reviews

      The food shops around here are few and far between.

      1. Few grocery stores per resident
      2. An average number of grocery stores
      3. A standard number of grocery stores compared to areas of a similar size

      Medical Care

      2/5 stars based on undefined reviews

      We have a bone to pick with this Bellevue Washington's access to medical care.

      1. A high number of medical facilities per resident
      2. 58% more medical facilities than average
      3. 71% more medical facilities than areas of a similar size

      Nightlife

      1.5/5 stars based on undefined reviews

      Disco is definitely dead around here.

      1. Few bars and clubs per resident
      2. An average number of bars and clubs
      3. A standard number of bars and clubs compared to areas of a similar size

      Pet Services

      1.5/5 stars based on undefined reviews

      We're not mutts about Bellevue Washington.

      1. Few pet facilities per resident
      2. An average number of pet facilities
      3. A standard number of pet facilities compared to areas of a similar size

      Fine Arts

      1.5/5 stars based on undefined reviews

      An all around mediocre performance for art.

      1. Few fine art centers per resident
      2. An average number of fine art centers
      3. A standard number of fine art centers compared to areas of a similar size

      Hospitals

      1.5/5 stars based on undefined reviews

      You'll work yourself into a fever to find a hospital in this area.

      1. A high number of hospitals per resident
      2. 93% more hospitals than average
      3. 93% more hospitals than areas of a similar size

      Coffee

      1/5 stars based on undefined reviews

      Not a latte coffee shops in Bellevue Washington.

      1. Few coffee shops per resident
      2. An average number of coffee shops
      3. A standard number of coffee shops compared to areas of a similar size

      Health and Fitness

      1/5 stars based on undefined reviews

      Bellevue Washington ain't pulling its weight. A low score for fitness.

      1. Few gyms per resident
      2. An average number of gyms
      3. A standard number of gyms compared to areas of a similar size

      Theaters

      1/5 stars based on undefined reviews

      It's curtain time. Bellevue Washington needs more of a theater presence.

      1. Few theaters per resident
      2. An average number of theaters
      3. A standard number of theaters compared to areas of a similar size

      Amusement Parks

      1/5 stars based on undefined reviews

      Bellevue Washington's amusement parks won't turn a frown upside down.

      1. Few amusement parks per resident
      2. An average number of amusement parks
      3. A standard number of amusement parks compared to areas of a similar size

      Area Features

      Busy Streets

      No

      Say 7 of 7 renters

      Area Has Litter

      No

      Say 7 of 7 renters

      Area Has Potholes

      No

      Say 6 of 7 renters

      Noise Late At Night

      No

      Say 5 of 7 renters

      Good Place To Raise A Family

      Yes

      Say 5 of 7 renters

      Near Grocery Stores

      Yes

      Say 4 of 7 renters

      Well Lit

      Yes

      Say 4 of 7 renters

      Area Has Kids Play Outside

      No

      Say 4 of 7 renters

      Mostly Older Buildings

      Yes

      Say 4 of 7 renters

      Near Downtown

      No

      Say 4 of 7 renters

      Nearby Parks

      No

      Say 4 of 7 renters

      Near Schools

      No

      Say 4 of 7 renters

      Safe For Families

      No

      Say 4 of 7 renters

      Tree Lined Streets

      No

      Say 4 of 7 renters

      Mostly Newer Buildings

      No

      Say 5 of 7 renters

      Pet Friendly

      No

      Say 5 of 7 renters

      Quiet Area

      No

      Say 5 of 7 renters

      Nice Views

      No

      Say 6 of 7 renters

      Maintained Yards

      No

      Say 6 of 7 renters

      Near Highways

      No

      Say 7 of 7 renters

      Schools

      Percentage: 4/54/5

      School Score

      How satisfied do renters feel with the schools in this area.

      Top Schools in Bellevue Washington

      Information provided by GreatSchools. To verify school enrollment eligibility, contact the school district directly.

      Find Houses in Nearby Cities

      City1 Bed Price2 Beds Price
      Alexandria, VA 2.5 miles$2,049$2,583
      Washington, DC 4.8 miles$2,427$3,315
      Arlington, VA 6 miles$2,482$3,402
      Oxon Hill, MD 1.9 miles$2,220$1,908
      Woodbridge, VA 17.4 miles$1,846$2,130
      Silver Spring, MD 11.4 miles$1,976$2,277
      Waldorf, MD 14.5 miles$1,950$2,500
      Temple Hills, MD 3.5 miles$1,412$1,654
      Shaw, DC 5.9 miles------
      Fairfax City, VA 13.8 miles------

      Find Houses in Nearby Neighborhoods

      Neighborhood1 Bed Price2 Beds Price
      Bellevue$1,289$1,434
      Congress Heights 0.7 miles$1,316$1,687
      Southwest Washington 1.9 miles$2,319$3,250