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Today’s Rental has “Mesmerzing City Views”

by Prince Of Petworth May 31, 2017 at 2:15 pm 4 Comments

This rental is located at Lincoln Rd. NE at Bryant Road NE. The craigslist ad says:

“$1505 / 1br – 700ft2 – Mesmerzing City Views~Renovated Kitchen & Bathroom~Free Utilities

*1/2 OFF 2ND MONTHS RENT, WAIVED $325 MOVE IN PLUS ZERO SECURITY DEPOSIT~ SAVE $2,583.00!!

This corner one bedroom apartment is one our highly desired floorplans. It has views that overlook Washington, DC and a breath-taking green landscape.

The dine-in kitchen includes all your major appliances, such as a full range gas stove, built-in microwave, dishwasher, plenty of cabinet space and breakfast bar with additional storage. Your living room has an alluring wood floor that adds value to any furniture or rug in the space. The master suite has a walk-in closet, en suite bathroom and space large enough to accommodate queen size furniture.

To download the application go to:

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Community Features:
~Controlled Access Entrance
~Pet Friendly Community
~On-Site Laundry Facility
~Package Acceptance
~Free Online Rent Payment Portal
~Pay Cash option with Money Gram
~Professional On-site Management Team
~24/7 Maintenance Service
~Metro Accessible
~Close To Rhode Island Avenue Metro”

  • PJL

    If one is using the “mesmerizing city views” as a headline/way to attract renters, perhaps they should include a picture of said views…

    • Rich

      Because a bathroom isn’t mesmerizing enough, by itself?

  • _____Woods

    pretty sure it overlooks a cemetery

  • meh

    LOL. Spoiler alert: the view is of a cemetery. You can maybe see the Basilica depending what side the unit is on.

    This is what I have to say about the Glenwood (my friend lived there): relatively cheap for what it is, and units have been recently renovated. However, the renovation is shoddy. My friend and I were on vacation when she got a call that the pipes had burst in the kitchen area of her newly renovated Glenwood unit, and her apartment was flooding. Their response? “Oh, our contractors must have attached two pipes together that shouldn’t have been attached.” If her boyfriend hadn’t been at her apartment at the time, she would have returned from vacation to everything she owned being destroyed. Just my two cents.

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