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Today’s Rental has “a fig tree and a very big backyard”

This rental is located at 1337 Kenyon Street, NW. The Craigslist ad says:

“$4250 / 4br – 1098ft2 – Spacious 4 Bedroom Row House in Columbia House

A spacious 1098 Square Feet 4-bedroom house located in Columbia Heights and is available January 1, 2018. Rent is $4250/month not including utilities. There is a radiator, a space heater, window A/C and a ceiling fan in the room. The house itself is a two-story house and has Living Room, Dining Room, Kitchen, 1 Full and 1 half bathroom. It has a nice front porch with a fig tree and a very big backyard with a spacious deck perfect for dining outside or just enjoys the quietness. Cats and dogs are welcomed.

The neighborhood is located in prime downtown DC location with a vibrant urban culture. Few steps from the 11th street, The Coupe and Wonderland are there among many other bars and restaurants. You will be just a block from Columbia Heights Metro and many bus stops (including circulator), 24hr Giant, Target, Washington Sports Club, CVS, Marshall’s, Cava, Starbucks and much more.

**Lease will start 1/1/2018 and end 7/31/2018 with the option to renew.

Overview of fees:
Monthly Rent: $4250not including utilities
One-time leasing office application fee per tenant: $50
Security Deposit: $4250 1 month rent

We are having several open house dates:
December 11: 6:00 pm – 7pm

December 12: 6:00 pm – 8pm”

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