Today’s Rental is a 1 bed/1 bath in Mount Pleasant for $1850

1910 Park Road Northwest

This rental is located at 1910 Park Road, Northwest. The listing says:

“Located in Historic Mt. Pleasant. Spacious garden Apt w/700 sqft. 8 ft ceilings. Great afternoon sun. Large living-room, eat-in kitchen. Washer/Dryer. Wireless. Off-street parking. Bus lines at corner. Easy walk to Red and Green Metro lines. Minutes from walking/biking/running in Rock Creak Park. Close walk to U St and Adams Morgan. Rent includes all gas. Ideal space for comfortable urban living.”


You can see more photos here.

This 1 bed/1 bath is going for $1,850/Mo.

10 Comment

  • $1850 seems about $200-300 overpriced for a basement that is fairly far from the two mentioned Metro stops. I’ve lived in MtP and no basement should be going for this price, IMHO.

    • Looks pretty good for a basement apartment (8 ft. ceilings!) plus factor in the off-street parking. For a rental, that’s a big deal.

    • “Easy Walk?” Stuff like that is so annoying, especially to someone unfamiliar with the city. Would it really be so hard to just say – .8 mile to Columbia Heights Metro or .6 mile (uphill walk) to Woodley Park? And why no bedroom photos? Seems a fairly nice basement apt. – a little overpriced -( or I’m just a terribly generous landlord.)

    • That’s funny, because most basements in MtP are going for about that price (including mine). My neighbors get $1900 for theirs.

      • Well as long as people are willing to shell out the cash, landlords will continue to gouge. I’d personally rather live in a basement located in a neighborhood with more nightlife and dining options, along with a reasonably close Metro stop. All could be found for this pricepoint with some extra effort in searching.

    • Maybe 200 overpriced but not too bad.

  • Looks like a good deal to me for a basement of that quality in Mount Pleasant.

  • There are lots of photos of the wall of windows, which I’m assuming is at the back of the house. Is there a front entrance too? I would hope so, at that price.
    700 square feet is pretty big for a one-bedroom in D.C…. but to know whether it’s a good deal, I’d want to know if there’s air conditioning (I see radiators), whether the radiator heat is included, and which appliances are gas. (The listing says that gas is included.)

  • The landlords are the friendliest, most interesting and community-oriented people you will ever meet. Anyone would be lucky to live in their house. (Yes, they are friends of mine. I wish they were my parents though.)

  • I disagree with the “easy walk” to metros and U St/Adams Morgan. But it looks like a nice space and a good price. Would appeal to someone who wants a quieter neighborhood. Not everyone wants to live next to bars and noise.

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