About this listing
This lovely, cozy, spacious, and sunny studio is located in a very quiet part of Adams Morgan, tucked away in the green and hilly part of the neighborhood. It is very close to the National Zoo and running trails of Rock Creek Park, but only steps away from fun-filled 18th Street, featuring a broad variety of restaurants, bars and coffee shops.
There are several bus stops within 5 minutes walk that can take you to any part of DC. Also, you will be within walking distance of the Green/Yellow and Red line metro. For you serious hikers, the White House and downtown is only 45 minutes of pleasant walk through DC's historical neighborhoods!
The studio is spacious. There is one full size bed and medium size futon that is surprisingly comfortable for sleeping.
Amenities include: wireless internet, TV (no cable), full kitchen, bathroom with shower and bathtub.
The studio has hardwood floors throughout and is located on the 4th floor of a safe building. The neighbors are mostly young professionals and very quiet. The building itself is not the prettiest on the block, but the apartments are newly renovated, painted and overall extremely clean.
The garbage disposal is only two doors down the hall, and on-site laundry is located downstairs.
Sheets, towels, pots, pans, plates, etc., are included in rent.
Thank you for considering this listing. I can assure you, if you decide to stay here it will be one of the most pleasant months you will spend in DC!
Feel free to email with any questions.
I'm very easy going as long as you're acting within reason. If you have any doubts just talk to me and we can figure it out. However, I would prefer if there was no drugs or heavy partying on the premises. Also, there is no maid service so in order to keep costs down, please leave the studio in the condition you found it. If you would prefer, we can arrange a clean up service at your expense for after your departure.
About the Host, Marija
I'm TV news producer in my 30s and full time student. I moved to DC from Serbia more than 11 years ago. I travel for work quite a bit and as much as it sounds fancy, this job doesn't pay much, which brings me to why I'm here ...