Wed. Afternoon Rental Option – Eckington

19 T Street Northeast

This rental is located at 19 T Street, Northeast:


The listing says:

“Beautiful 700 sq ft English basement-bright and open space in hot Eckington/Bloomingdale neighborhood. Walk score 74. Flexible floor plan that could be separate sleeping area/den/lr. In between NOMA And Rhode Island METRO stops. Use of lovely private rear garden. Pending Lead based pain inspection. Housing Choice Vouchers welcome.”

You can see more photos here.

This studio is going for $1,850/Mo.

15 Comment

  • Woah – a studio in Eckington for $1,850? No freakin’ way.

  • Well this is making me feel lots better about my rental!

  • way too expensive…especially for a studio.

  • $1850 for a BASEMENT studio in Eckington!

  • Even if this was converted into a 1 bedroom (it is a lot of square footage for a studio), HELL NO. If I had $1850 to spend on housing, I’m not spending it in Eckington.


  • At least they’re checking for lead based pain…

  • this is a joke, right? there are cheaper one bedroom basements in mount pleasant for crying out loud! these landlords are money grubbin fools.

  • No no no no no. You would have to be insane to pay that much for an ugly, outdated basement.

  • I came here to register my shock and outrage. Thank goodness everyone else is already on the same page. Death to overpriced basements.

  • coil stove!!!!!!????!!!!!

  • I fall in line with the previous comments. Much too high for what you get.
    There’s a lot of these ads that make me shake my head and think “This city has gotten much too expensive!” because I am an oldtimer and remember when so many of these neighborhoods were much rougher and rents were much lower, but, I remind myself, things have changed.
    But there are also some ads that make me shake my head and think, “What is the owner thinking?” This is one of those.
    I’d pay that price in that neighborhood for a much nicer unit, or I’d live in that unit for a much nicer price, but that unit at that price is just unacceptable.

  • $1800 for a dated and dank-looking basement studio in Eckington? One that’s about 10 blocks off metro (Shaw or NOMA?) How about no. It’s large and the in unit washer dryer and backyard are nice touches, but this is way overpriced for what it is. You could get a nicer non-basement unit in a more appealing neighborhood for far cheaper.

  • burritosinstereo

    But, you guys! LOOK HOW PRETTY THE FLOWERS ARE IN THE BACKYARD. Who WOULDN’T want to pay $1850 for that?!

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