This rental is located at Rhode Island Ave, NW near 2nd Street, NW. The Craigslist ad says:
“$1,550 / 1br – 750ft2 – Lg and Sunny 1 Bed English Basement (Bloomingdale)
Couples and pets welcome! 1 bedroom English basement with private entrance and huge closet, this apartment is big enough for a couple to live in comfortably. The home is 3 blocks from metro, in hot Bloomingdale/Shaw mid-town area. Great walkable neighborhood and your just minutes from a local organic market, Big Bear Cafe and the Boundary Stone and other fabulous dining options! Amenities include inside WD/Security System, beautiful fenced back courtyard and lots of room for storage.
Great central location to all major DC office and entertainment venues including 10 minute walk to Logan Circle and U Street Corridor. And just 3 blocks to Greenline and 5 blocks to Redline Metro. Harris Teeter is 6 blocks away and the new O Street Market is even closer. And National Airport is only a 15 minute drive!
$1550 plus 1/3 utilities (split with upstairs unit).
Discount for a two year lease!
Must have excellent credit/references and be employed for at least one year.”
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