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Today’s Rental was chosen for the tile over the fireplace

This rental is located at N Street NW near 12th Street NW. The Craigslist ad says:

“$2,100 / 1br – 680ft2 – 1 BR, 1 BA w/ private patio for rent (Logan Circle)

Centrally located Logan Circle 1 BR, 1 BA condo with private patio for rent. Available immediately, but very flexible on start date, including into January/February/March.

Apartment has a wood-burning fireplace, new in-unit washer/dryer, kitchen with dishwasher and granite counters, five closets (one of which is a walk-in laundry/storage room), a private outdoor patio, and access to a shared gated courtyard.

Located in a small, quiet 8-unit building, it is within one or two blocks of major bus lines; a few minutes from the 14th Street restaurant corridor, Whole Foods, and Giant; and 10 minutes on foot to Mt Vernon Square Metro (green/yellow lines),

Well-behaved dogs and cats considered on a case by case basis with a one-time $200 pet fee. Owner pays water, sewer, and trash.

Please view the virtual tour for a detailed floor plan and additional photos.”

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