Today’s Rental is a “Bright Open renovated one BR apt.”

1006 C Street Northeast

This rental is located at 1006 C Street, Northeast. The listing says:

“Great location. Bright Open renovated one BR apt. Gourmet chef;s kitchen with big breakfast bar, tons of cabinets, ss equip, LR/DR/Kit combo with wood burning FP; large bay windows, tiled bath with double sinks, spacious shower, washer/dryer; wood like floors, in perfect order ready to move in. 8-10 blocks US CAPITOL, Union Station, Eastern Market. No animals, no smoking.”


You can see more photos here.

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

10 Comment

  • Skinny fridge?

    • seriously haha
      and overpriced just a tad imo

    • Lol. Calling this a “chef’s kitchen” is a stretch. It’s a very nice kitchen- especially for a basement apartment- but electric coil burners and tiny fridge do not make a chef’s kitchen. I do think it’s a very nice apartment, but they may be overselling it a bit.

  • “Wood like floors,” eh?

    • Well, at least they were honest and don’t call laminate “wood” like many do. Though they just should say what it is – laminate, vinyl tile, or, this being a basement, ceramic tile colored ike wood, so at least you know what you’d be standing/walking on.

      • Well, laminate can be wood, just not hardwood. That said, that kitchen is amazing, skinny fridge and all.

        • I love the skinny fridge! When I renovated my (very small) kitchen I looked high and low for a small stainless steel fridge (that didn’t cost $4000….) Had to settle for the smallest I could get, and now I see there is a smaller version of the one I have (which may be what is in this kitchen – looks similar). Wish it was available 8 years ago…

          • I wouldn’t want a small fridge cuz I have lotsa food, but skinny and tall I can get behind. That space above the fridge is dead space anyways, and it gets nasty.

          • Sometimes you need skinny and tall to fit in a small space, even if you would prefer a larger one – so it is good they make them. But they do get pricy…

  • “wood like floors”

    Have people boycotted hyphens?!?!? Noticing a prevalence of formerly-hyphenated words now being written unhyphenated and it reads very awkwardly. Wish i had some examples to show right now.

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