This rental is located at 3213 Wisconsin Ave, NW. The Craigslist ad says:
“$1,495 / 1br – 525ft2 – Ideal Location, Hardwood Floors, New Laundry Machines (Washington)
3213 Wisconsin, managed by WC Smith, EHO
Lease today at 3213 Wisconsin. This community of one-bedroom apartments is located in Cathedral Heights, giving residents easy access to all of DC’s finest attractions. Contact us today!
At 3213 Wisconsin, residents have access to on-site laundry facilities, the ability to pay their rent online, and high-speed internet. Best of all, the building is cat-friendly. Schedule a tour today!
A spacious and convenient space in a great neighborhood.The housing provider will not refuse to rent a rental unit to a person because the person will provide the rental payment, in whole or in part, through a voucher for rental housing assistance provided by the District or federal government. This apartment requires a $700 deposit.”
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