This rental is located at 801 Pennsylvania Ave, NW. The Craigslist ad says:
“$2,000 / 1br – 550ft2 – Stunning views. Rarely available one bedroom (Penn Quarter)
Stunning views. Rarely available one bedroom pied-a-terre on America?s main street with metro at your doorstep! Panoramic western views of Washington Monument, Clock tower of Old Post Office. Step through french doors to watch inaugural parades, 4th of July fireworks from your very own private covered terrace. View overlooking tree lined Pennsylvania Avenue framed by magnificent edifices of stone feels like Paris in D.C. Floor to ceiling windows throughout.
Gorgeous high quality renovation. Rosewood floors. New bedroom carpet. Gourmet kitchen, subzero refrigerator, convection oven, Franke Titanium (copper) sink, Fisher Paykal dishwasher drawers, oversized kitchen counter. Truly custom cherry cabinets with copper hardware, lazy susans in corner cabinets, rollouts, tray divider. Recessed, in-cabinet and under cabinet lighting. Custom leaded glass cabinet inserts reflect design of iron balcony rail. French doors to bedroom. Dressing area with 2 closets and in unit LG laundry leads to tiled bath with new Toto toilet”
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