About this listing
Recently renovated basement apartment located on historic Capitol Hill just 2 blocks away from the Library of Congress and the Capitol. Apartment is walking distance to the Cap South Metro and a large variety of restaurants and nightlife.
If you're coming to DC to see history, Capitol Hill is where you want to be. You're close to everything whether it the US Capitol, the Supreme Court, all three House Office Buildings (Cannon, Longworth and Rayburn), the RNC and NRCC, Smithsonian, the Mall, great restaurants on Penn or 8th street SE, and abundant nightlife.
The townhouse was built in 1863 and this is the English Style basement, remodeled in 2013 by a designed to feel like a room at a Four Seasons or Ritz Carlton.
The apartment itself is a few steps down from street level with windows facing 2nd street.
Amenities in the apartment include:
- 2 flat screen TVs with DirectTV
- AppleTV with Netflix account
- Wireless Internet
- Full kitchen (with K-cup coffee maker)
- iron and ironing board
- hair dryer
-french doors opening to back yard lounging area
Sleeping arrangements: The bedroom has a luxurious queen size bed, which can accommodate 2 guests. The living room accommodates another 1-2 guests on the pull out queen-sized sofa bed with real mattress.
Location: Located near the center of Capitol Hill surrounded by restaurants, 3 blocks to small grocery store, six blocks to Eastern Market, 24 hour pharmacy, countless restaurants, gelatterias, gyms, theaters, parks - you name it! Minutes from downtown DC. Very Walkable area!
Public Transit: Closest metro station is 1.5 blocks to Capitol South.
Parking: No parking other than on street parking.
Access to Direct TV, Apple TV, wi-fi, and an abundance of local eateries.
Interaction with guests
Interaction with guest will be on an as needed basis. We want you to feel at home with minimal interruptions. However, if you need assistance there is always someone available.
Historic Capitol Hill neighborhood. Quiet and friendly.
One block away from the Capitol Hill South Metro
My husband and I lived in the DC area for many years and moved to Oklahoma full time to raise our children. Our company is based in Washington, DC so we purchased this town home to live in when we come back to DC for work or pleasure -- usually about one visit each month. We love the location and the wonderful restaurants and historical sites that are so close. We want everyone who visits our place to enjoy all the wonder of DC as much as we do.