We welcome guests to our cozy, renovated Victorian rowhouse in historic Washington, DC. Our home is perfect for a large family to relax & enjoy each other's company, with a large open space connecting a study, living room, & dining room.
You will love staying in our NW DC neighborhood, which features the Michelin-rated Red Hen and other friendly bars & restaurants, and is close to Metrobus (2 min walk) & Metro (12 min walk) as well as the National Mall & DC's best restaurants & nightlife.
Our quaint, historic neighborhood features a number of great restaurants and bars, including the Red Hen, Bacio's Pizzeria, Aroi Fine Sushi and Thai, Boundary Stone Public House, El Camino, and Showtime Lounge.
The MetroBus lines 96 and G8 pick up less than a block away.
The Shaw Metro Station (Green and Yellow Lines) is 0.7 miles (12 min walk).
There is ample street parking in front of our house.
Uber and Lyft service our neighborhood.
- Please respect our restored cherrywood floors by not wearing shoes in the house - there is a mudroom at the front entrance where you can store your shoes.
- Please use the ceiling fans when showering in basement bathrooms.
- Please ensure all doors are locked when you leave.
- Please respect our belongings. This is our home.
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I am a young professional living and working in Washington, DC. I grew up in northern Indiana as the oldest of four children. I used to be a fifth grade teacher and I now work for a nonprofit that is trying to improve public school systems across the country. In my free time I play sports, mentor young men, attend live music performances, and travel.
When I travel I always try to experience local culture rather than doing the standard tourist activities. I love learning about local history and musical traditions and eating the local food. I've traveled extensively throughout eastern and western Europe and all over the United States. I hope to visit places in Asia, Africa, and South America soon.
I live by the Golden Rule and always leave a place looking better than I found it.