I would need more information on your home to give an accurate rental price.
What kind of flooring, and what condition is it in? carpet - old or new, laminate, tile, vinyl?
What kind of cabinets and counters? laminate, granite, etc. oak, cherry, etc, and what condition are they in? Same goes for the bathrooms.
How does the backyard look? grass, sprinklers, large patio w/cover, shade tree, etc.
Would you accept pets?
A home in your category and neighborhood usually rent for $1000 to $1300 with a similar deposit. This is usually a slower rental period, seasonally. I would be as aggressive as possible to find a tenant before winter sets in.
I just checked my hunch with rentometer.com and it provides the same info. Data by rentometer can be a little misleading because it doesn't take into consideration a few things:
1. When did the person reporting move in? They could have moved in two years ago, and now the landlord wants to raise rents and they enter their low rent to see if the increase is justified. Now everyone in the area thinks prices are lower than they are.
2. The prices entered don't have to be the truth. You just relying on the public to type in accurate info.
3. This site does not account for who is paying for extra services like gardening, pool service, utilities.
4. All locations are treated equally. Home, duplex, multifamily. Backyard,garage? None of these are considered.
With that said I would recommend using this website tool to get a very fast but vague sense of a market to determine if more research is needed or not.
The key to picking the right price is valuing the intangible items and perceptions of your homes value by the marketplace. A property manager that shows property regularly will be able to help you with about a 5 minute walk through of the home.
Ultimately you will know quickly if the home is priced too high because nobody will call on your ads; assuming they are created well; and the calls you get from your street sign do not get much further than the asking price. If you are getting calls and viewing appointments but no applications then the home condition does not meet expectations. If you are getting too many applications (5+/week) then the price is too low.