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Today’s Rental was chosen for those looking for their own, small, house

This rental is located at 470 Ridge Street NW near 5th Street NW. The Craigslist ad says:

“$2,895 / 2br – 1000ft2 – 2bdr townhouse for the price of an apartment (Shaw)

This renovated federal style house sits on a quiet residential street with a front and private backyard.

Perfect for a young family; two working professionals; or graduate students.

Located in Shaw and in walking distance of The Walter E. Washington Convention Center, Yellow/Green Metro station;

Walking distance to Safeway, Busboys and Poets, Gallery Place retail complex, and Capital One Arena.

2 blocks from I-395 and Convention center Metro.

Application fee: $40

Hardwood floors and carpet throughout Washer/dryer in unit;

Natural lighting, along with accent lighting throughout the house;

Large self-contained backyard;

Security deposit is one month’s rent;

No smoking or pets;

Street parking;

Free utilities for first 2 months; and

Viewing by appointment only.”

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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