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Today’s Rental “was completely renovated from top to bottom”

This rental is located at 2329 3rd Street, NE. The Craigslist ad says:

“$3100 / 3br – 1650ft2 – Amazing Renovated Three Bedroom Home (Edgewood/Eckington)

Schedule a showing: https://showmojo.com/l/224728c00a/

Welcome to 2329 3rd Street. This beautiful three bedroom, three bathroom home was completely renovated from top to bottom and is just awaiting your personal touches!

Home Features:
Dark hardwood flooring throughout first two levels
Open concept living/dining room area
Gourmet kitchen with stainless steel appliances, quartz countertops and island with bar seating
Second level leads to hallway with amazing skylight
Two separate and spacious master bedrooms, each with their own ensuite bathroom.
Basement leads to open family room, additional full bathroom and additional third bedroom.
Fenced-in backyard
Washer/dryer in unit

Parking:
Street parking.

Utilities:
Tenant is responsible for gas, water, and electric.

Lease Terms:
Available immediately. Minimum one year lease. Credit check is required and the cost is $25 per applicant. Pets accepted on a case-by-case basis pending approval by Owner. Security deposit equal to one month’s rent due upon lease signing.

Location:
Sitting in the heart of Edgewood, you are just a quick walk away from all of the Bloomingdale hot spots including: Red Hen, Boundary Stone, El Camino, Big Bear Cafe, and much more. Also close to all of the great shops at Rhode Island Row including Giant, Home Depot, Chipotle and more. A quick walk to the Rhode Island Ave Metro Station.

Rental Terms
Rent: $3,100
Application Fee: $10
Security Deposit: $3,100
Available Now”

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