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Today’s Rental was chosen for the staircase, pup and bit of exposed brick, obviously

This rental is located at 1245 Maryland Ave, NE. The Craigslist ad says:

“$3,000 / 2br – 1200ft2 – Charming Capitol Hill townhouse – 6 month rental (Capitol Hill / H Street corridor)

Great townhouse for 1 person or roommates. Two bedrooms (one convertible to office if that’s desired). Basement level kitchen + dining room. First floor living room plus bedroom. Second floor bathroom, bedroom, and laundry area. Back patio perfect for grilling and evening cocktails. Easy walk to Lincoln Park, H Street, and Senate office buildings.

Ideally 6 month rental, but dates are somewhat negotiable.”

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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