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Today’s Rental is “a giant space to create a wonderful ambience split between a sleeping area and living/dining room split”

by Prince Of Petworth March 30, 2018 at 1:55 pm 0

This rental is located at 1420 Swann Street, NW. The Craigslist ad says:

“$1575 Wonderful Open Layout EB with a Small Patio!

LOCATION: 1420 Swann Street NW EB Washington DC 20009

FREE RENT UNTIL APRIL 1! Effective rent is $1,575/month. After free rent, rent returns to $1800/month starting April 1.

NEIGHBORHOOD HIGHLIGHTS
• Featured on one of the most popular blocks in DC, this fully renovated English Basement apartment has beautiful finishes and preserves its turn of the century beauty.

• Easy access to U Street Metro Station (green and yellow lines) as well as Dupont Circle Metro Station (red line) in addition to the S bus line on 16TH and 52, 53, 54 bus lines on 14TH.
• Perfectly situated to Trader Joe’s a block away, Whole Foods five blocks away, and a plethora of exciting new restaurants, stores and shops along the U Street and 14TH ST Corridors.
• Terrific Downtown DC location with neighborhood hotspots such as Meridian Hill Park, Logan Circle and Dupont Circle all within walking distance. Boasts a walk score of 98/100 thttps://www.walkscore.com/score/1420-swann-st-nw-washington-dc-20009
• This apartment is above ground in a brick appointed classic with a small patio space at the back of apartment.

INTERIOR HIGHLIGHTS
• Wonderful open layout, excellent design options for your creative senses, a giant space to create a wonderful ambience split between a sleeping area and living/dining room split
• To the front of the home is a nook with windows on three sides providing terrific natural light, decorate fireplace, and terrific closet space.
• Kitchen is spacious with ample cabinet and countertop space and access to backyard shared patio.

THINGS TO KNOW
• Available NOW
• Partially Furnished (Optional)
• Street Parking
• Pets case by case – Deposit Required
• Tenant responsible for cable/internet, 1/3 water, 1/3 gas, 1/3 electricity split with upper level tenants”

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