This rental is located at 1007 V Street, NW:
The listing says:
“Luxury 3-story townhouse (not a condo/apt) with spiral stairs, 2 bedrooms, 1.5 bathrooms, open 3rd floor sunny atrium/loft great for work or yoga, private roof deck (view of Washington Monument and fireworks), wet bar; the backyard has a remote operated scrolling gate and room for 2 private off-street parking spaces (in series) or you can use it for one car and a backyard patio — perfect for grilling.
$4000 per month (OBO) plus utilities, 50% furnished (this is flexible), available December 15 (flexible), minimum one year lease and one month’s deposit.
Professional kitchen with stainless steel appliances (Bertazzoni wrought iron gas range, Miele refrigerator and dishwasher, Bosch built-in microwave), Vetrazzo recycled glass counters, bamboo hardwood floors, exposed brick and ductwork, electric skylights, excellent for houseplants, high efficiency heating/cooling, sound system wired throughout, front loading high efficiency washer and dryer, Toto dual flush toilets, tankless never-ending hot water, deep soaking tub.
Located in the heart of the U Street Corridor and its renaissance, but on a quiet street one block from all the fun (music, food, wine, theaters, etc.) and one block from the Metro.
1400 square feet interior.
170 square feet private exterior roof deck.
150 square feet front yard.
400 square feet exterior back yard patio (offstreet parking).
Please note that this is two bedrooms only (the third floor atrium will not be used as a bedroom). This home is perfect for a couple, one person or two housemates who are looking for high-end, occasional work-at-home, studio and great outdoor spaces.
No pets. No smoking.”
You can see more photos here.
This 2 bed/1.5 is going for $4,000/Mo.
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