Curbed Comparisons: What $1,700 Can Rent You in Los Angeles Right Now

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↑ This two-bedroom apartment in Montecito Heights also has two full bathrooms, which is a definitely a bonus for anyone with roommates or kids. The luxury does not stop: the 985-square-foot unit comes with a fridge, a dishwasher, and a washer and dryer. There’s also central air (see ya, swamp cooler!) and two tandem parking spaces. The complex has a gym and a pool. Rent is $1,795.

↑ This pet-friendly West Hollywood apartment is just west of Santa Monica and Crescent Heights and comes with parking. The apartment building has a small pool and on-site laundry. The one-bedroom unit measures 820 square feet and has a fair amount of storage space in the form of cabinets throughout the house and a standard closet. All the appliances are included and there are nice wood floors in the space. Rent is $1,795.

↑ Not a lot of details on this cool Fairfaxone bedroom, but there are plenty of photos showing off its kitchen with colorful tile counters, built-in nooks in the hallway, and wood floors. There’s at least one ceiling fan, and that plus the wall-mounted air conditioning unit ought to keep at least that one room in your house chilled. Rent is $1,795.

↑ Oooh, North Hollywood: 1,000 square feet and an intense, rock-encrusted fireplace? This place is downright princely! The two-bedroom apartment has wood floors, two balconies, central air conditioning, and gated parking for two cars. The kitchen includes a dishwasher, and there are on-site laundry facilities. Rent is $1,795.

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