This rental is located at 15th Street, N.W. at Euclid:
The Craigslist ad says:
“Available starting August 1st, is a truly unique, one of a kind apartment. This building, built in the 1920’s was listed in James Goode’s book Best Addresses. This place is a definite steal for anyone looking for something other than high rises and English basement apartments. I absolutely love living here, but I am moving out of D.C.
Here’s a brief overview of what you’ll get:
• Two floors in a beautiful, well maintained co-op
• Beautiful hardwood floors, French windows, working fire place in the unit.
• 1st level has separate living room, dining room, kitchen and bathroom (yes a little odd)
• Lower level is used as a bedroom, and has shelves and storage for clothes. You could fit a full bedroom set here. (the ceilings are a bit low, but I’m pretty tall and can stand up straight vwithout bumping my head)
• Utilities are not included but they are pretty cheap (about 50 — 75 for electric while running the AC this summer; 25 tops for gas)
• Parking space comes with the apartment for no additional charge.
• The unit comes with additional storage space.
• The building sits at the northeast tip of beautiful Meridian Hill Park
• Short walking distance to Columbia Heights U Street corridor; Woodley Park , DuPont Circle and Adams Morgan.
• Several public transportation options including metro, several buses (including the Circulator)
• It’s a must see and a must have.
Here’s how the process works:
• Showing to serious applicants on Monday (7/18) and Tuesday (7/19) by appointment.
• There is no application fee, but anyone who is interested has to be approved by the co-op board.
• Reply to this ad for an application and to set up an appointment. Application available upon request.
• One year minimum lease
• No pets, smoking or drugs allowed in the apartment.
• No more than 2 occupants.”
$1500 sound right for this 1 bedroom?
Ed. Note: This looks like the same building where we recently looked at a GDoN.