This rental is located at 3301 16th Street, NW. The Craigslist ad says:
“$1,250 A sunlit studio is available for rent (Columbia Heights)
This sunlit studio in a group house will be available by April 1st. It features with a full size bed, a desk that is facing the street and tons of natural light, a dining table, a kitchenette with kitchen appliances (a hot plate, electric kettle, a microwave, an oven toaster, and silverwares), and a en suite bathroom.
The utilities (gas, electricity, and water) are fixed $60 a month. A Wifi is the courtesy of the landlord.
Most of the tenants are professionals and others are students in their mid 20s.
There is communal kitchen that is shared with 2/3 other tenants, a lobby, a coin operated laundry are on the first floor.
About the neighborhood
The house is in 16th St NW. A bus stop S2, S4, and S9 is right across the house. It is also walking distance to all excitements at Columbia Heights and to the Green Line and Yellow Line at the Columbia Heights Metro Station stop. Some groceries shop (ie Target and Giant) and numerous restaurants (Cava, Chipotle, Panda express, and Chick fil a ) are adjacent. A Meridian Hill Park and Rock Creek Park are within distance.”
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