About this listing
Spacious, comfortable and light-filled one bedroom with bonus room (with air mattress, if needed). 10 minute walk to metro, restaurants. 10 minutes to the National Mall. Perfect home base to access all the inauguration action. Large back porch to enjoy the outdoors. Quiet neighborhood, just steps from Eastern Market.
Gorgeous, light-filled space with original 1930's hardwoods and bathroom tiling. Quiet neighborhood, but just steps from the action. Easy walk to metro and the shops and restaurants of Barracks Row, Eastern Market and Capitol Hill. One block to Capitol Bikeshare bike station. One mile to the hip H Street Corridor. Enjoy all the East side has to offer!
One bedroom with large comfortable queen bed. Bonus room (with air mattress, for additional guests, if needed). Large back porch for enjoying the outdoors. Fully stocked kitchen. Washer/dryer and dish washer.
I live here full time, but travel for work, so it should have everything you need.
Interaction with guests
I will be traveling, so you will have the place to yourself.
Just steps from lovely Lincoln Park for a stroll, a 10 minute walk to Eastern Market (my very favorite place on weekends!) for tasty goodies, a 15 minute bike ride (try the Capital Bikeshare!) to hip H Street corridor, or a 10 minute bike ride to the restaurants and bars of Barracks Row and Capitol Hill. Less than 10 minute taxi or Uber gets you to the National Mall. This neighborhood has it all!
Three metro stops are within a 10-15 minute walk (Eastern Market, Potomac Avenue, Stadium-Armory). Buses are plentiful. There are three bikeshare stations within a 5 minute walk.
Other things to note
There is a washer/dryer and a dishwasher in the unit.
There is wi-fi to connect with your own device.
There is no on-site coffee-maker - there are several great (and local!) coffee shops a short walk away.
Please respect the neighbors and keep noise levels to a minimum after 11pm. Smoking is allowed on the back porch only.
I am a U.S. Foreign Service Officer (a U.S. diplomat), working for the State Department. I spend most of my time abroad. I have lived in many countries, most recently Mexico and Pakistan.
Five things I can't live without: family, good friends, healthy food, travel, and yoga.....the sixth would probably be wine!
I am very friendly and family is very important to me, but my work is often pretty demanding. So, I often like to keep to myself. I welcome recommendations on great food, yoga studios, spas, and local attractions.
I am 34 years old.