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Today’s Rental was chosen for the location

This rental is located at 231 Florida Ave, NW. The Craigslist ad says:


1 Bedroom | 1 Bath
Excellent Location | Blocks away from Metro | Multiple bus lines nearby
Completely Renovated
Spacious | Tall Windows | Plenty of Natural Light
Ground Floor
Custom Marazzi Travisano Trevi porcelain tiles | Recessed lighting
Chef’s kitchen | Custom Woodmark shaker cabinetry
Custom granite counters and breakfast bar
Polished, beveled marble full back splash
In unit laundry room with stacked full size Whirlpool Washer and Dryer
Generous closets | ELBA custom organizers
Moen Gennta gentle “rainfall” shower
Rockwood custom plantation shutters
1 Bedroom | 1 Bath
Rent: $2,099 / Mo

Don’t miss the chance to call this home is DC’s prime location!”

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