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Today’s Rental was chosen for the fireplace and paneling, obviously

This rental is located at 415 4th Street SE. The Craigslist ad says:

“$1,775 / 1br – 700ft2 – No car? No problem! Great community near transit lines! 1 bed/1 bath (Washington – Capitol Hill)

1 Bedroom 1 Bathroom | 700 sq ft | $1775 – $1795/Month

Description:
415 4th Street SE consists of 6 studio and one-bedroom apartments in a 3-story Victorian walk-up on Capitol Hill. The building is less than 4 blocks from the Capitol South Metro Station, also a short walk to Eastern Market, and the numerous shops, restaurants, and nightlife along Pennsylvania Avenue. Recently renovated kitchens combined with tall ceilings, wainscot paneling, hardwood floors, and brick fireplaces create warmth and comfort in these attractive residences.

Apartment Amenities:
Air Conditioner
Ceiling Fan
Dishwasher
Disposal
Fireplace
Gas Range
Hardwood Floors
Microwave
Refrigerator
Washer/Dryer

Our Residents Enjoy:
Controlled Access
Historic Building
On-Line Payments
Pet Friendly Apartments
Recycling
Rent Pay
4 Blocks from the Capitol South Metro Station
Short Walk to Eastern Market

Additional Details:
Deposit: $1775
Terms: 12-Month
Pets: Max 1 allowed, One time Fee of $100, Rent $35.00

EQUAL HOUSING OPPORTUNITY”

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