Mon. Afternoon Rental Option – Ledroit Park

This rental is located at Rhode Island Ave, NW at 3rd Street NW:

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The Craigslist ad says:

“Exquisitely designed and maintained 1914 historic Georgian row house in Bloomingdale/LeDroit Park. Completely and thoughtfully renovated throughout – original molding and gorgeous hardwood floors, new kitchen with 42″ solid wood cabinets, baltic brown granite and stainless steel appliances. 3 bedrooms with 2 ½ baths, including a master bedroom w/in-suite bathroom featuring soaker/Jacuzzi whirlpool. So many upgrades I can’t mention them all here. This house has a patio in the front and a very private fenced deck off the back – perfect for a BBQ, lounging outdoors and/or cocktail party. Full size LG Tromm front loading stackable washer and dryer. New triple pane windows, efficient gas boiler and radiator heating. Central air conditioning and security system make this the perfect DC pad.

Great central location to all major DC entertainment venues including easy walk to Logan Circle and U Street Corridor and a 15 minute walk to Georgetown Law Center, Chinatown & Convention Center. *BIGGEST PLUS POINT* just 3 blocks to Green Line Metro (Shaw), G2 and 1/2 dozen other bus lines in front of the door. Incredible value at just $3100.00 plus 2/3 utilities (split with English basement unit). Landlord pays cost of security system. I would consider negotiating a discount for multi-year (2 or more) lease agreement. AVAILABLE 11/15/2010 – possibly as soon as 11/5/2010.”

I don’t often feature whole houses for rent but since I often walk by this one, I was intrigued. Does $3100 sound reasonable for this 3 bed/2.5 bath home?

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