Thurs. Afternoon Rental Option – Dupont

Since I’ve been featuring lots of details from Corcoran St, NW this week – I thought I might as well through up a rental option as well.

This one is located at 1729 Corcoran Street, NW:

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The Craigslist ad says:

“This gorgeous 2 Bedroom town home with parking offers an affordable way to live in style in Dupont. The house was recently renovated and has a great interior design, wonderful natural light, wooden floors, and a beautiful new kitchen with granite countertops and spacious cabinets. The main level has a large dining area with a spacious living room and a fireplace. The kitchen has all new appliances (large refrigerator, dishwasher, garbage disposal, microwave). There is also a nice back patio for entertaining guests, barbecuing, or for enjoying time outside. Corcoran is a beautiful and quiet street.

A 5 minute walk or less to the metro and Dupont Circle. One-quarter block from Safeway and 17th Street restaurants/bars, shops, and a number of gyms. Whole Foods is also nearby.

The upstairs level offers two spacious bedrooms and a nice washer/dryer. Master bedroom offers a huge wall bookcase and two closets. Both bedrooms approximately the same size with great closet space and have excellent light/views. There are closets throughout the house and a large storage area in the laundry room.

2 Bathrooms — Full bathroom with tub upstairs, and beautiful half bath downstairs near dining room with collector’s sink.

Bring checks if you are interested, this place will go quickly – $25 application fee. One month’s security deposit is required.

One parking space included with rent. Central air/heat. Security alarm system optional.

Pet-friendly, but will be an extra charge of $40/month for small to medium sized dogs, and $25/month for cats.”

Does this 2 bed with parking sound reasonable for $3575?

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