This rental is located at 3rd St. NW near Q St. NW. The Craigslist ad says:
“$3,850 / 3br – 1564ft2 – Sunny, solar powered home with backyard, parking, & porch (1604 3rd St. NW)
An environmentally friendly haven in the city. Great COVID-friendly amenities–home has dedicated HVAC unit (not shared with anyone) with heavy-duty filters, great outdoor spaces for distanced gatherings–a balcony and a grassy backyard. Easy to walk or bike everywhere, no need to get in cars or public transit. Solar panels make working from home affordable.
The home is a large, light filled home central to everything. Walk everywhere (walk score of 95)–3 Metro stations, numerous bus lines, the excellent Shaw Library, the restaurants of Shaw and Bloomingdale (Red Hen, Big Bear, Bacio, Chaplain, Dacha, Convivial), and a great community. Solar panels provide for a portion of the electricity, making it environmentally friendly and cost-effective. Great backyard for socially-distanced entertaining or playing designed with the environment and drainage in mind. Off-street parking with a garage door on permeable pavers. For families, in-boundary to Seaton Elementary (offers free PK3, PK4 and high quality K-5).
Electricity is very reasonable because costs are defrayed by solar panels. We also have permeable pavers, which decrease water utility costs.”
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