About this listing
This is a guest bedroom with a comfy full-size bed with memory foam topper. Located in a quaint garden community apartment complex in Old Town Alexandria.
You have a fully outfitted kitchen at your disposal. Enjoy the full size fridge, electric stove, dishwasher, and tea maker. The kitchen has all the utensils and these things called "pans" to make meals with. There are 2 grocery stores just a few blocks down the road, along with rental bikes.
High speed wii-fii available. There is a round dining table with room for two and it doubles as an office desk if you need to do work.
The living room area complete with a flatscreen TV with too many channels and bookshelves with not enough books. During your stay take advantage of the in-unit washer and dryer, and off-street parking space.
The bottom line is make yourself at home; watch TV, use the kitchen, come and go as you please. The only thing I ask is that you respect my space as I will respect yours while you visit.
3 blocks to the pedestrian walkway by the scenic Potomac river. 8 blocks to the metro, one metro stop from Ronald Reagan National Airport. Walk to shops and restaurants in charming Old Town Alexandria or hop on the metro to visit the monuments and museums of downtown Washington DC.
The main drag of King St. is 9 blocks away. It's the "heart" of Old Town and runs from the metro to the waterfront. You'll find all sorts of shops and dining establishments along King Street. Take a stroll along the waterfront or hop on the free trolley to get to the metro.
Enjoy an early morning jog or a bike ride along the miles of wooded trails that run along next to the Potomac river. The 17 mile paved hiker/biker/runner path of the famous Mount Vernon Trail is just 15-minute walk away or a 3-minute drive.
P.S. One cat rules the roost.
Please leave your shoes by the door and store in designated shoe cabinet.
No loud noises after 10pm.
Be kind to cat.
Cancel up to 24 hours before your trip and get a full refund, including service fees.
Originally from Indiana and setting down roots in Virginia. Worked for the U.S Dept of Agriculture for over 10 years in areas of land conservation and preservation. Hobbies are painting, be it on canvas or walls/furniture.