This rental is located at 1661 Park Rd NW:
The Craigslist ad says:
“Centrally-located one bedroom apartment on the second floor in the safe, beautiful Mt Pleasant neighborhood of Washington DC, a seven minute walk from metro and steps to major bus lines. National Airport is just 15 minutes straight down the yellow line. Mt Pleasant is a quiet, safe, and picturesque DC neighborhood next to the National Zoo and Rock Creek Park; but just a ten minute walk away the next neighborhood is the exciting, loud Adams Morgan with the most bars and restaurants in DC.
The building is very neighborly–residents know one another, grill together or hit the bars, cats play together on the third floor, and there is a community herb garden (even if you don’t tend it, you are welcome to use the herbs). A grocery store, pharmacy and restaurants are a two minute walk away from the condo, and supermarkets, more restaurants, bars and The Raven (famous as the oldest bar in DC) are a five minute walk. There is a wonderful farmers’ market steps outside on Saturday mornings.
One pet up to 30 lbs welcome (as per building rules), utilities not included, one year lease. Washer, dryer and dishwasher in unit. If interested, please email me a little about yourself, and don’t hesitate to ask questions!”
This 1 bed is going for $1500. While I actually think that’s a pretty good deal – I chose this listing for the really odd photos they used to accompany the listing. Not as awkward as this one (NSFW) but still…
I guess the action shot washing dishing is pretty cool:
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