About this listing
This 2 bedroom apartment is on the ground floor. It has marble floors in the living room, high ceilings, bay window and mantle. It is a complete apartment with full kitchen and bath.
The couch is convertible, with a queen bed inside. The back bedroom has a queen size bed, while the small bedroom has a full size bed.
There is free laundry in the building. There is also free wifi included.
We're located in the Shaw, Mount Vernon Square neighborhood of Downtown DC.
We are on the same block as the Convention Center, where President & Mrs. Obama attended The People Inaugural Ball & danced to "At Last"!
1 block from the Mt. Vernon Square Metro Station on the yellow & green lines, and near the 70 & G2 bus stops that take you to Georgetown & Silver Spring. Get to all DC tourist destinations like the Smithsonian Museum, the White House, the Capital, the Washington Monument, and the Mall in less than 30 minutes.
We are very centrally located. Less than 2 miles from Howard University and Catholic University. 10 minute walk to Downtown, Chinatown, Verizon Center, Carnegie Library, Historical Society of DC, Logan Circle, Whole Foods, and the 24 hour Giant Grocery & O Street Market is across the street!
Also in the neighborhood are tons of cafes & restaurants like these:
Azi's Cafe, The EFN Lounge and the Motley Bar, Vegetate Restaurant & Lounge, Queen of Sheba, Corduroy, & Breakwell's Coffee to name a few.
$400 security deposit is required at check-in, and will be refunded upon check-out provided the apartment is left the way it is found.
A $50 fee is charged for early check-in and late check-out (when available).
Available for long-term rental.
-Clean up after yourselves, and leave the apartment the way it was found.
-Do not leave your dirty dishes
-Leave the bathroom clean.
-No parties or rowdy behavior.
-No Backyard access.
-Do not remove art from the walls.
-RECYCLE!! Put glass and plastic bottles in a separate bag.
-Contact me by phone, if you need immediate assistance.
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