Fri. Afternoon Rental Option – Adams Morgan

1856 Kalorama Road Northwest

This rental is located at 1856 Kalorama Road, Northwest. The listing says:

“Renovated 2 bedrooms, 2 baths, 1000SF apartment, encompassing the entire 1st floor of a boutique building in the heart of Adams Morgan. It Features: high ceiling, hardwood floors, a modern, fully equipped kitchen w/ ceramic tiles, newly renovated master bathroom, a 200SF deck bathed in southern sunlight, washer and dryer, central HVAC, front and back entrance. Available parking space ($195)”

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This 2 bed/2 bath is going for $2,995/Mo.

7 Comment

  • Nice apartment, but IMO about $300 too much money considering how far away from a metro station and how close it is to the riff raff of 18th street. 1st level apartment in Adams Morgan? No thanks.

    • I live on that block. It’s less than 10 minutes away from the metro, and there is 0 issue with noise (including Fri and Sat nights). This apartment is significantly below market, and will doubtless go within hours.

  • I have zero desire to live in Adams Morgan (and that particular location would probably be pretty loud.) But WTHBS, that is a lovely place, and not a bad price for the size.

    • This location is nowhere near the “riff raff” on 18th street. You would not hear the noise at all. This is in a lovely group of what I think are condos. I live on Biltmore and never have an issue with noise. Adams Morgan is a great neighborhood. Sorry it is not as trendy as U st / 14th st.

      • Once upon a time Adam’s Morgan was trendy and the place to be. Not anymore.

      • If it makes you feel better, I wouldn’t want to live that close to U Street either, and for the same reasons. Living near bars and clubs is fun, but I also like coming home to a place that is (relatively, for the city) quiet and peaceful. I have lived in Adams Morgan, off the beaten path from 18th. The noise from 18th was not an issue, but the noise from obnoxious drunks stumbling back to their cars in the wee hours always was. And there is nowhere in the neighborhood that you can avoid that problem, especially not that close to 18th and Columbia.

  • I love this street. I’m not in love with the apartment itself, but I do like the outdoor space. Unlike what others have said, you won’t hear any riff raff from this place.

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