Email signup

Tuesday Afternoon Rental

3n43p53l95P25Rd5S2a1be7a53fbaa58d1522

This another rental on the red line but I promise to hit a green line spot tomorrow! This one is located at “Rodman Street NW at Connecticut Avenue NW”:


View Larger Map

The Craigslist ad says:

“TWO BLOCKS to the Red Line, Cleveland park Metro Stop. Also several bus routes as the cross streets are Porter, Connecticut and Rodman. Tons of cafe’s, bars, restaurants, gyms, yoga studios. Short 4 block walk to the zoo, or take the bus line on connecticut… Rock creek park is literally a five minute walk away. Amazing location, really.

The apartment is full of windows, tons of character, carpeted, perfect for a couple or one person. Very large living room, giant kitchen which can easily fit a small table and some chairs. Tons of closet space. Cable ready.”

The original poster says the photos don’t do it justice but you can see a few here.

Does $1425 sound reasonable for this 1 bedroom?

Recent Stories

Photo by Harrison Jones Harrison writes: “Two people are reportedly trapped inside this small aircraft that has crashed into power lines near Goshen Road and Rothbury Drive in Montgomery Village…

9th and Rhode Island Ave, NW Friday around 2:30pm “Dear PoPville, We were driving at 20-25 mph through Rhode Island coming from NE to NW DC. We had just started…

Thanks to J. for sending from Adams Morgan: “Most people buy their tree this weekend, so this must be roughly 365 days old…” And so concludes Last Christmas Tree in…

Happy Thanksgiving!!

photo by Jeff Vincent May your bellies be full with delicious foods and your families be healthy and not too crazy. Safe and happy holiday to all.

“‘Get in the Mood’ with Laura Tsaggaris”

WASHINGTON, D.C. – Local Artist, Laura Tsaggaris will play a live, in person holiday concert at the Miracle Theater on Sunday, November 27th at 6pm. “‘Get in the Mood’ with Laura Tsaggaris” features songs from the critically-acclaimed 2021 Christmas album,

Motherload

Motherload is an autobiographical dark comedy about the wounds that accompany complicated mother-daughter relationships and the ways in which deep friendships-in all their crass glory-can heal and uplift. Together, Jenna and Justine work through their shared baggage – around dating,

×

Subscribe to our mailing list