Today’s Rental is a 2 bed 1.5 bath for $2300/month

This rental is located at 1821 H Street, NE. The Craigslist ad says:

“$2300 / 2br – 1150ft2 – H St. ROW HOUSE RENTAL


We are renting our spacious 2 bed 1.5 bath, pet friendly row home in Carver Langston. Located just around the corner from the Street Car, Aldi, and the X bus lines. This house is on a nice tree lined block with friendly neighbors. Great if you have a car with plenty of street parking, but easy to get around if you don’t, with the ability to walk to H Street Restaurants.

House includes:

– Eat-in kitchen with new dishwasher and gas range

– Large first floor half bath with room for storage

– Ikea closet solutions with tons of storage in the master bedroom

– Large updated full bathroom with double sink and large shower

– New washer and dryer

– New energy efficient windows

– Deck and small yard

– Street parking

Rent is $2,300 + utilities. Deposit is one month’s rent.”

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