Today’s Rental was chosen for the beautiful row of houses set up

This rental is located at Capitol Hill at Eastern Market. The craigslist ad says:

“$1800 / 1br – 650ft2 – Steps to Eastern Market & Short Walk to the Capitol

No better location in the city! This spacious, sunny, one-bedroom garden apartment is literally steps from the renowned Eastern Market and the charming 7th street shops, bars and eateries. Step outside your door to shop at Trader Joes, sip coffee at Peregrine and wine at the Eastern; dine at Montmartre, Aqua al 2, Pain Quotidien, work out at Orange Theory, etc.; peruse Eastern Market for delicacies or antiques….you get the picture. The apartment is only two blocks from the Eastern Market metro stop and the famous Barracks Row restaurants and shops. Walk a few minutes to the U.S. Capitol (and Senate/House office buildings) Supreme Court and U.S. Capitol, excellent restaurants and bars, specialty stores, and more boutiques, gourmet delis, parks, etc.

This beautiful apartment has a private entrance, newly renovated, fully-equipped kitchen (including quartz counter tops, high-end stainless steel smooth-top range and dishwasher), washer/dryer, central heat and air.

[NB: Photos are a mix of pre- and post kitchen renovation due to quality issues with pics of the latter. All were taken within the last 18 months.]

Rent is just $1800 per month. Includes water and sewer. Get in touch for more information or to schedule a visit.”

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