Today’s Rental is “located on a beautiful tree lined one way St”

1305 Corcoran Street Northwest

This rental is located at 1305 Corcoran Street, Northwest. The listing says:

“Stunning totally renovated two bedroom one bathroom unit on two levels with parking and outdoor space ideally located on a beautiful tree lined one way St.. Features include new hardwood floors on main level,fireplace, builtin bookshelves, new stainless steel kitchen appliances and marble countertops.Totally renovated bathroom, new carpet in bedrooms, lots of closets and washer and dryer in unit.”


You can see more photos here.

This 2 bed/1 bath is going for $3,500/Mo.

12 Comment

  • niceflipflop

    Not nearly enough pics of the living room. Who knows what it REALLY looks like…

  • ugh – its really pretty in that sleek, modern, clean way that I like (that is not everyone’s jam) but that price…Im guessing its in line with other rentals in the area, but seems steep given theres only 1 bath.

  • There is a giant gap where the marble counter tops don’t cover the bottom cabinet next to the fridge… also it looks like you could barely fit a pot of water for pasta between the microwave and stove. This is clearly a reno where someone was trying to check trendy boxes rather than building a quality functional kitchen.

  • justinbc

    I miss that block 🙁
    When I lived just down the street in a 2br/1.5ba I moved from 2011-2013 and was paying $3200-3400, I think, for 1900 sqft with no parking…so $3500 today seems super reasonable to me given how much growth has occurred there, especially with a parking space, even if the total size is smaller.

  • I always thought living on a one-way would be a plus, until I moved to one.

  • Other than the vomit ball trees, I lived on this block many years ago and it is still my favorite block in DC. This was when Rice was pretty much the only thing on 14th Street. I also paid less than $1,000/month for a one bedroom/one bath. I can’t imagine what that place goes for now. This was back just after Barney Frank lived on that block.

    It does make me sad to see these gorgeous houses on that block gutted and turned into tiny condos. When I lived on that block, most were still intact. There was also a plaque on that street in one of the tree beds for all of the residents who died during the AIDS epidemic. My old landlord who bought his home there in the 1980s once pointed out several houses on that one block where his neighbors had died of AIDS in the 80s. So much history probably lost on that street.

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