Today’s Rental features “Floor to ceiling windows drench the open floor plan w/light”

1210 R Street Northwest

This rental is located at 1210 R Street, Northwest. The listing says:

“Luxury 2BR/2BA condo in sought-after Logan Circle. Floor to ceiling windows drench the open floor plan w/ light, highlighting a gourmet KIT w/ SS appliances & granite breakfast bar. Upstairs MBR boasts walk-in closet & en-suite BA w/dual vanities, & access to the private roof deck. Plantation shutters & crown molding complete this modern offering. Garage parking optional and additional.”

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This 2 bed/2 bath is going for $3,950/Mo.

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  • Ive always liked this building when Ive passed, but my GOODNESS GRACIOUS that’s a lot of money for a condo.

  • Was going to say it was overpriced by $500 at least, but then I got to that photo of the private roof deck.

  • Floor to ceiling windows make no sense at all. Unless you buy (very expensive) bottom-up shades, you either have your entire life on view to the world, or you pull the shades/curtains and have no view at all.

    • Bottom-up shades are not expensive at all. I got mine for less than $100 for a double window that is almost 8 feet high. I could have even had it motorized for another $50. Blinds to go has come a long way, baby!

    • People who can afford 4K in rent won’t have any trouble paying for fancy blinds.

    • Depends on the location and orientation of the windows. That said, I’d rather have light and openness that I can control, vs. less light and less openness that I can’t control. Bottom-up shades aren’t expensive, neither are sheers and all manner of other window treatments, tension-rods, etc. A person living here should be able to afford decent window treatments. After living in so many DC houses that are long and deep like a trailer with windows on the short end, natural light is something that is a must for me. But to each his/her own.

      • Depending on which direction they face, big windows can also make it super hot in the morning/afternoon. I’ve been enticed by them in the past and ended up having the shades drawn all day to avoid roasting. (Also, who buys custom shades for a rental?) I also lived in a “warehouse conversion” unit once where not only did I roast in the spring/summer, but ice formed on the INSIDES of the windows in winter. Obviously a shoddy renovation (it was a condo that I was renting) but still cost a pretty penny to rent!

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