This rental is located at 1248 C Street, Southeast. The listing says:
“Charming one bedroom with fireplace and patio, in townhouse with one other unit.Walk to Eastern Market Metro, Eastern Market and the best of restaurants, the Capitol,Smithsonian and Federal office buildings. Washer-dryer. CAC. Pets case by case.”
This house is located at 119 6th Street, Southeast. The listing says:
“Early house, softer vibe, restored over time, as funds & knowledge permitted family debate over best for the nest one twig at a time – standing still – morning porch, noontime sunshine chasing training-wheels round the south-side windows, peeking in, mom at it again, kitchen commands come wash your hands till 8pm, farmhouse goes sophisticate, Don Draper in dungarees, I’m coming as a location-snob.”
“Start your Halloween Festivities at 7:30 p.m. on Monday, October 27 with a screening of the original 1925 silent movie version of The Phantom of the Opera (starring Lon Chaney, Mary Philbin, Norman Kerry and Rupert Julian) with LIVE musical accompaniment on the historic 1939 pipe organ at Capitol Hill United Methodist Church [421 Seward Square, S.E. (Eastern Market Metro)]by nationally known organist Tom Trenney. Admission is free, though donations to directly support the organ music series are appreciated.
This house is located at 614 9th Street, Northeast. The listing says:
“Love original detail? Charm? That je ne sais quoi? Say no more. Honey oak floors, bay windows, wood-burning FP, arch theme throughout. 3BR up, lovely double vanity bath. Lwr lvl: den, full BA, kitchenette, laundry room/storage, inter. access plus front/back ext. entry. Landscaped front yard. Playground/park across street. Steps to H ST, Trolley, Union Station & Mkt, Eastrn Mkt. Whole Foods coming!”
This house is located at 2 6th Street, Northeast. The listing says:
“Yeah, that house. The castle on the Hill. Gracious and elegant living. History happened here! Completely renovated to an extraordinary degree. Distinctive style and design. A traditional Victorian masterpiece with all the comforts of a modern home but with turrets. Views of the Capitol and the Library of Congress. Rental unit brings in $2,000/mo. Close to Metros.”
“On 10-13-14 at 0115 hrs a pizza delivery person was approached at the above location while at the above location by a suspect with a gun. A brief struggle ensued at which time the victim suffered a non life threatening gunshot wound. The suspect fled the area on foot. No suspect info at this time.”
The American Veterans Disabled for Life Memorial is located at 150 Washington Ave., SW. Their website says:
“Throughout our nation’s history, service men and women have gone bravely into battle, risking their lives and livelihoods, sacrificing their safety to defend America. When their duty is done, many return home to life as it was. Sadly, for over 4 million veterans seriously injured in the line of duty, leaving the battlefield does not mark the end of conflict. These permanently disabled heroes often carry home life-altering disabilities – stern reminders of the price of freedom.
America’s disabled veterans have honored us with their service and selfless duty. It is now our turn to honor them.
For the first time, America will pay tribute to some of our most courageous heroes – our disabled veterans. The American Veterans Disabled for Life Memorial will celebrate those men and women who may be broken in body – but never in spirit.”