Today’s Rental was chosen because they lowered the rent and the in unit washer/dryer obviously

Ed. Note: In August it was listed at $2,925.

This rental is located at Maryland Ave NE near 8th Street. The Craigslist ad says:

“$2,600 / 1br – 585ft2 – *New* lower rent: Furnished, sun-drenched apartment (Capitol Hill)

Townhouse living at an apartment price. This is a beautiful 1-bedroom, 1 & 1/2-bathroom unit available for $2600/month. There is a large open living area with fireplace, a bright bay window for dining, stainless steel and granite kitchen with great counter space, a large ensuite bedroom with a big walk-in closet, in unit washer and dryer, pinewood floor and high trimmed ceilings. A new air conditioner was just installed at the beginning of summer.

For those familiar with Capitol Hill, it is a great location. The apartment is a 15 minute walk to the Union Station metro, a 10 minute walk to the Capitol, and an 8 minute walk to the restaurants, bars and shops on H street. The bus to Eastern Market is around the corner. Street parking has never been a problem.

Rent includes water, trash and gas utilities. Tenant pays for electric and level of cable/internet service desired. Security deposit equal to one month’s rent is required.

The unit is available on October 11 and potentially as early as October 9. This apartment has proved popular with those moving to DC or the neighborhood for the first time, and seeking a short term place while they search for something more long-term.”

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/online listings.

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