Located in the heart of the Petworth neighborhood of DC, the apartment is close to groceries, farmers market, chic bars, the best Jamaican cuisine you'll ever taste!
Fully furnished studio apartment, outfitted with full size bed, 5-seater couch with pillows, dining table with 4 chairs and chair covers, full state of the art refrigerator, extra side-table, storage space under bed, beautiful balcony that fits 6-7 persons. Full glass-wall/sliding door leading to balcony for a very sunny, open, and fresh-air apartment. Modern appliances. Stylish cabinets and countertops. Hard-wood floor. Roll-up carpet for winter months in closet for your use. Heat is included in price;other utilities not included. Free off-street parking behind the building. Window AC unit.
2 blocks from Georgia Ave./Petworth Metro, 10 minute walk from Columbia Heights neighborhood and metro, 1 block from city buses that take you straight into the city center (no need to switch bus lines); 10 minute drive to downtown DC, 15 minute drive to Silver Spring, MD. 1 block from Safeway Grocery store, YESS! Organic Market, and local neighborhood outdoor farmer's market. Very family-friendly neighborhood. Local neighborhood bars, coffeeshops, clothing stores 3 blocksaway. Literally, everything is within walking distance.
Please note that I am looking for longer term rentals, even up to a year. The bed, thus, does not come with sheets, blankets, and pillows, nor pots, pans, plates or silverware in the kitchen, as my ideal tenant would be "moving in." Looking to rent immediately. Email/call for more information (phone number hidden)). Looking for a longer term to full year lease, but willing to do summer or short term leases. $1350 monthly rent. 1st month rent + Deposit (1 month's rent) + $50 application fee required.
You will have access to the full space. No restrictions and not shared with anyone else.
You will not interact with me at all, except to hand over the keys.
No smoking or dogs please. Cats are fine, as long as you clean up their fur and clean after them generally and are willing to pay for damages if they tear up the furniture.