This rental is located at H St NE near 3rd St NE. The Craigslist ad says:
“$2,768 / 2br – 742ft2 – 1 bed + den apartment for sublet/assignment! (Capitol Hill/H Street)
Bright and modern 7th floor, south-facing unit with floor-to-ceiling windows/sliding doors and full, private, sunny terrace with Capitol Hill views and modern, industrial features.
$2768/month + utilities
Early November to April 2 with opportunity to renew. Move-in date can be flexible!
1 bed PLUS den / 1 bath / 742 sq ft not including private outdoor terrace overlooking Capitol Hill
Terrace: Walk right out from the bedroom, kitchen, or living room to your private oasis. Sunny terrace is the full length of the apartment and is great for plants, lounging, hosting, and outdoor workouts. It even fits a mini pool! (and has an outdoor outlet)
Full bedroom: Large main bedroom with floor to ceiling windows/sliding doors. Fits king-size bed AND has walk-in closet with its own ceiling light.
Den: Right off the living room and with sliding barn door that you can leave open or closed depending on your mood. The den faces the windows in the kitchen and living room. It is great for guest bedroom or office space — currently fits large desk, desk chair, AND sectional couch! There is an extra closet with sliding doors for off-season clothes, shoes, and more.
Kitchen: Subway tile, GE appliances, plenty of storage and large island for extra counter space and storage. Building can remove island if you prefer.
Living Room: Large with plenty of entertaining space. Feels far from kitchen. Add more seating or keep it open for your yoga mats.
Bathroom: Modern features and new tiling always feel clean and fresh. Mirror includes light. Full size shower with tub.
Washer and dryer in unit.
Comes unfurnished. Assigned parking space in private garage with storage may be negotiable.
The CODA on H building is a hidden gem. Boutique building only five years old with modern and industrial features.
First floor has FREE bike storage, Luxer One package management, Dryy Drop dry cleaning services, and a large common area and outdoor courtyard.
Rooftop patio with couches, grills, and more. Overlooking all of Capitol Hill.
Small but mighty gym on the second floor. By reservation only for 45-minutes segment during pandemic. Yes, that’s right, private indoor-outdoor gym space! Includes stationary bike, elliptical, treadmills, free weights, squat machine, weight machine, TRX, medicine balls, and more!
Private garage parking.
Entrance/exits on both H St NE and 4th ST NE through a semi-private alley.
You’ve got the best of both worlds with the food, fun, and ease of H St and the charm and greenery of Capitol Hill. And, only two blocks to Union Station!
Head out the North entrance to H St to get all you need. Giant grocery is across the street, Whole Foods down two blocks on 6th. CVS, Petco, coffee shop, bookstores, and both gourmet and fast casual restaurants. Walkable to Union Market district!
Head out the South entrance to historic Capitol Hill, with gorgeous row houses, neighborhood coffee and bagel shops, and less than one mile to the Capitol building, Supreme Court, and Congressional office buildings. Eastern Market is only one mile away; two miles straight down 4th is Navy Yard and the waterfront.”
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