Friday Afternoon Rental Option – Capitol Hill/Hill East

330 14th Place Northeast

This rental is located at 330 14th Place, Northeast:

The listing says:

“Exquisitely designed and crafted CapHill condo. Equipped w/ 47″ flat screen, cable & wi-fi incl. Bright, open floor plan, with a spectacular granite kitchen, ss appl, 42″ cherry cabinets, 2 skylights, 9′ ceilings, 8’doors, new mechanicals, wood windows, h/w floors,bath w/ standing shower, chandelier & soaker claw foot tub! Built in storage in the bd w pvt access to deck. You won~t be disappointed!”

You can see more photos here.

This 1 bed/1 bath is going for $1,950/Mo.

13 Comment

  • The inside is nicer than I was expecting, but still… almost $2k to live nowhere near a metro or anything else? If they allow dogs it might be worth it because of the proximity to the dog park and Lincoln Park, but otherwise this seems too expensive.

  • Is this a joke?

  • You know you’re paying too much if your RENTAL was staged…

    • Maybe… but it’s also possibly that they initially tried to sell and had the staged photos left over from that.

  • Wow, wide angle lens alert. This price is ridiculous. Like, $500 overpriced.

    • I agree. I have friends that are renting a 1-bedroom on this block and paying $1500. Their unit doesn’t have a fireplace, but it looks like it’s bigger and they have a balcony in the back.

  • You said this place is nowhere near a metro or anything else? What did you mean by anything else? Because I live in the 200 block and on a nice day, I can walk to lincoln Park, Eastern Market, Union Station, and H Street. So please explain because I’m very curious as to why you made the comment.

    • Yeah, and I live in Ballston and on a nice day, I can walk to Capitol Hill, Falls Church, and Shirlington. What the writer “means” is that the place is in the middle of nowhere. Have fun riding the X buses. Lots of stories there, for sure.

  • I like how the person who designed the awning logo appears to be paying homage to the 9:30 Club.

  • figby

    Pretty apartment — I was expecting more of a “housing for the elderly” vibe judging from the outside. The floors are nice and the wooden closet doors are an unusual and attractive touch. The bathroom is the best, though. Wow. That tub. Ladies, are you with me?

    For all the “I live a thousand yards from this place and pay hundreds less for way more” responses, it’s a grim fact that marginally nice one-bedrooms in DC are officially in the $2k range. Who is making all this money?

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