You guys are some of the most resourceful readers on the internet, so here’s a puzzle for you. This gal is looking for her dream rental, but she’s got some pretty tight paramaters:
We featured the sister unit — 4830 Cedar Springs No. 39 — last week, but we were happily surprised to find that this complex has a second townhome for lease! It’s unit No. 10, and this gorgeous luxury abode has tons of upgrades and will only set you back $100 more per month!
Sometimes I wish I was living in a townhome. They are great if you want more space but not so much maintenance. Some are semi-detached, some are fully detached, but the big upside to them is that you get the convenience of condo living without neighbors above and below, plus many townhomes come with tidy yards and balconies that make outdoor parties a breeze.
Want to live in a penthouse in Uptown with unobstructed skyline views? I have just the rental for you!
This two-story penthouse unit inside the exclusive Renaissance at 3225 Turtle Creek is just gorgeous! You get one bedroom, one-and-a-half baths, more than 900 square feet and an epic terrace for $1,625 a month!
Demand is high and prices for rentals are usually higher in the Lower Greenville area. Why? It’s practically party central! It’s where the M Streets and much of Vickery Park goes to get down. There are restaurants, entertainment, bars, and lovely homes with tree-lined streets and fabulous neighbors.
I love the way lofts look. Concrete floors and exposed ventilation ducts are super dreamy. It also allows for all the focus to be on furnishings instead of architecture.
Lofts can be pricy to buy, but if you prefer to rent, they can be affordable and offer flexible living in areas where you can keep your car garage kept and take the train or even a bike!
It’s not too often that you can get a condo with a fireplace, but here one is, in the Wyndemere.
I love this little one-bedroom, one-bath condo, and here’s why: it’s super sleek with black granite counters in the kitchen and bath, fresh floors, a huge closet, and did I tell you about that fireplace?
There are so many great properties in Uptown and Oak Lawn, but that doesn’t dampen the competition for prime spots. This one-bedroom, one-bath condo in the Renaissance is sure to go quickly because not only is it affordable, but it’s in the “honeypot” of the area!
Have You Ever Moved In After a High Society Slob? Arianna Huffington Accused of Trashing Chelsea Apartment
First of all, Arianna is denying the truthfulness of this half million dollar lawsuit against her, filed by her former landlord, documentary filmmaker Eric Steel. Steel is suing the media queen for $500,000 in damage to his once pristine (he says, I hope she took photos) Chelsea condo. He says she gouged nearly all the walls in the $32,000 a month sub-rental. He said she scratched the wood floors, and stained the guest bathroom during the nearly two years she was a renter. I hope HE took photos. Just because he says she did this, even filed the lawsuit, doesn’t mean it’s true, of course, as I know too well.