Today’s Rental is “In a townhouse built in 1890”

This rental is located at 302 D Street, NE. The Craigslist ad says:

“$1950 / 1br – 800ft2 – Close-in Capitol Hill: Location, Location, Location. Garage negotiable

$1,950 or offer; willing to work with you on price if you’re responsible and have good references. Responsible landlord. Easy, online no-fee application. Garage parking negotiable.

In a townhouse built in 1890, the apartment is naturally cool, with central heat and air. The bedroom is large and bright, with bay windows, and has a built-in book case with exposed brick.

The living room has a wood-burning brick fireplace, and other exposed brick. The galley kitchen, with dishwasher and disposal, spans the rear of the apartment. There is an abundance of closet space with one very large closet in the bedroom, three entry hall closets, plus additional washer/dryer and linen closets. The enclosed back yard is an additional quiet and essentially private space. A small bonus: twice-weekly trash pickup.

On crime grades of ‘A’ [lowest crime]; walk score 96 ‘walker’s paradise’; bike score 95 ‘biker’s paradise’; transit score 85 ‘excellent transit.’ Perfect for anyone working on or near the Hill – blocks from the Senate office buildings, two blocks up Massachusetts Avenue to Union Station/Metro Red Line; a number of buses stop nearby; less than a mile (18 minute walk) to Eastern Market. There are also several parks within walking distance, including Stanton and Lincoln Parks. Grocery, restaurants, coffee shops, spirits all right there; just feet away from some of the best outdoor dining spaces in the city on Mass Ave. For those who like their wine (or having help pairing wine with your dinner), Schneider’s of Capitol Hill is across the street and routinely wins best wine shop in the city.”

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