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Today’s Rental was chosen for the bull in the basement, obviously

This rental is located at 5207 5th St NW. The Craigslist ad says:

“$3,800 / 3br – 1560ft2 – $3800 A MUST SEE, 3 BD, 3.5 BA TOWNHOME (PETWORTH)

Join us in one of DC’s most charming neighborhoods in a beautiful updated rowhouse. This historic 1925, 3 bedroom, 3.5 bath, row home was entirely renovated in 2018 with a modern open light filled floorplan.

Main Level
– Hardwood floors throughout
– Main Floor Powder Room
– Modern kitchen with white shaker cabinets, quartz countertops, stainless steel
appliances (Built in under counter microwave, gas range with griddle top,
Refrigerator and Freezer with water purification, Boshe silent dishwasher)
– Sliding glass door with dog door built in
– Built in ceiling speakers
– Automatic blinds
– The main level has been newly painted and has updated light fixtures and kitchen
hardware (not pictured in photos)

– Duel primary bedrooms with ensuite full bathrooms
– Stacked upstairs washer dryer
– Three skylights
– Modern bathroom with standing shower and glass enclosure
– Modern bathroom with bathtub
– Window coverings
– Spacious closets
– 1040 sq ft main and upper level

Lower Level In-Law Suite
– Dedicated back entrance
– Light filled bedroom with spacious closet
– Window Coverings
– Full modern bathroom with bathtub
– Washer Dryer Hookups
– Two Storage Closets
– Modern porcelain tile throughout
– Kitchenette with sink, white shaker cabinets, quartz counters and refrigerator
– Additional living room
– 520 sq ft finished basement level

Outdoor Space
– Three outdoor living spaces, Front porch, Back deck, ground level patio and yard

– Xeroscaped front yard with Kazwan cherry blossom tree that blooms in the
– Artificial turf in the backyard, pet and play friendly with a mature crepe myrtle tree
that blooms in the summer and provides shade
– Secure parking with automatic garage door
– Outdoor storage shed able to fit two full sized bikes
Whole House
– House pre-wired for Verizon or Comcast
– Central heating and air conditioning with nest thermostat
– Automatic locks on front and back entrances
– Ring Camera System front and back entrances

Cozy, comfortable, cool – Petworth is one of DC’s most sought after neighborhoods. From farmers markets and neighbor led music festivals to quirky bookstores and bistros, you’ll always have something new to do. From neighborhood gatherings to unique pop-up restaurants and independent shops, Petworth has something special for all residents.

Exploring the neighborhood’s restaurant scene is also a must Petworth is home to one of Bon Appetit’s best new restaurants in America 2017. Petworth is quiet and family friendly, the house is walking distance to numerous pocket parks and national parks, restaurants, breweries & shopping. You wont need to walk far to exploreall that the area has to offer. Two nearby metro stops (both 1 mile away) provide convenient access to all of DC.

Tenant pays all utilities and wifi/cable. Pets allowed with a $500 refundable pet deposit and monthly pet fee, $50/month. No smoking. 1 parking space in rear and street parking.

$100 maintenance deductible.”

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