Today’s Rental is a 5 bed/3.5 Bath for $3950 in 16th Street Heights


This rental is located at 1314 Delafield Place, Northwest. The listing says:

“Magnificent ~Grand Dame Victorian~has been lovingly preserved featuring beautiful hrdwds, high ceilings, untouched woodwork, gracious country KIT, Stone walled fireplace, fully finished basement with bar, 2 car garage, detached garage, and a deck off of the kitchen. Blocks to Carter Barron, Rock Creek Pk & Public Transportation. Come home to another era full of relaxation & elegance.”

Ed. Note: Isn’t that bungalow?


You can see more photos here.

This 5 bed/3.5 bath is going for $3,950/Mo.

17 Comment

  • Yes, that’s a bungalow. That house was probably at one point amazing, but those renovations killed any character it had. Metal railings? Really??

    • Yeah – some of the renos are completely out of place.

    • Yeah, that railing is so inappropriate in this house.

      Also, some of the pictures selected for the slide show are just odd. Why the random picture of a window?

  • That powder room picture is trippy. Very alice-down-the-rabbit-hole.

    And it’s totally a bungalow. Seeing the words grande dame victorian in the description made me wonder if someone had swapped listing blurbs.

  • I Dont Get It

    Queen Victoria died 22 years before this house was built.

  • Seems like it could be a killer group house

  • palisades

    Great! Now I just need 4 friends.

  • I Dont Get It

    On the plus side it appears vessel sink free.

  • Yes, totally a bungalow. Just a tip: don’t use a tall person to take real estate pictures – I feel like I have duck just looking at these, and the listing boasts “high ceilings.”

  • Yep, was a bungalow, now with the charm renovated out of the first floor.

    And it is overpriced for a three bedroom – who really considers those low ceilinged basement bedrooms to be actual bedrooms? Not me.

  • Good group home. Nothing more.

  • Depressing renovation to what could have been a fabulous bungalow. That stair railing is just criminal. Developers: please hire architects!

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