Today’s Rental was chosen for the outdoor space

This rental is located at 2220 40th Place, NW. The Craigslist ad says:

“$1850 / 1br – 1 BED w/LRG DEN (Home Office & Outdoor Space) Glover Park

Large Sunny 1 Bed/1 Bath w/HUGE Den – Get the extra space you need to work comfortably from home!

Skip the crowds (and dirty elevators) of high-rise apartment living in this charming two-story 4-unit building. It even has plenty of outdoor space for added comfort.

Unit is located on the First Floor in Glover Park @ 2220 40th Place Unit #1 Washington DC 20007

OPEN HOUSE Sunday, August 2nd – Noon to 2PM – Text/email show contact info if you plan to attend. Masks required to tour.


$1,850 a month plus utilities

What Makes This Rental Hot

LIVE: Comfortable/spacious 1 bedroom w/large den; Separate dining area; Wood floors throughout; Kitchen w/dishwasher, microwave and gas oven; Central A/C; Onsite full-sized washer and dryer shared with the other three units; Lots of closet storage in the unit along with a dedicated basement caged-bin.

RELAX & ENJOY: Walk to Trader Joes (and soon-to-open Whole Foods), gym, restaurants and coffee houses on Wisconsin Avenue; Next to Glover Archbold Park; Rear yard shared patio w/gas grill and dining table.

GET AROUND: Walk Score 77: Very Walkable with most errands accomplished on foot while good transit is nearby, Capital Bike Share 3 blocks away; D2 bus line one block away.

This is a beautiful well-maintained property and we need to keep it that way. Sorry no pets, no smoking — no exceptions. Also, the den is a den and not to be used as a bedroom.”

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