Today’s Rental was chosen for those looking for a house with “caring neighbors which gives the block a real community feel”

This rental is located at Morse Street near Montello Avenue, NE. The Craigslist ad says:

“$3,300 / 4br – 1700ft2 – Peaceful Townhouse with Garden (Trinidad / H Street)

My 4 bedroom renovated townhouse in Trinidad / H St neighborhood is available from Oct 1. The house is located on a quiet street with friendly, caring neighbors which gives the block a real community feel. The house is the corner unit and has lots of natural light and quiet comfortable rooms.

I love walking down the street to Union Market and Trader Joe’s or over to H Street and the Hill which is 3 blocks south.

15 min cycle to Gallery Place/Chinatown or walk to the NOMA Metro station in 20mins. Buses leave from the corner of my block to Union Station, Farragut Square and down Florida Ave /U St.

*Fully furnished
*Recently renovated house on quiet street
*Parking is unzoned and always available out front
*3 bedrooms upstairs with full bathroom, 1 bedroom downstairs in basement with full bathroom
*Front porch and back garden with picnic table
*Hardwood floors downstairs and carpet upstairs/downstairs in bedrooms
*Central Air/Heat
*Tenant responsible for bills (gas, water, electric, internet)

Oct 1″

Ed. Note: PoPville is not affiliated with any ‘Rental of the Day’ properties. Rent at your own risk and proceed with caution as you would with all Craigslist listings.

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