Today’s Rental was chosen for the living room and swimming pool, obviously

This rental is located at 15th St NE near East Capitol St. The Craigslist ad says:

“$2,500 / 1br – 709ft2 – Updated 1-bedroom condo in Capitol Hill (Capitol Hill)

Beautiful and bright one bedroom, one bath unit available in the Historic Car Barn condominium complex on Capitol Hill. The Car Barn is one of Capitol Hills most sought-after residences located on the 1400 block of East Capitol Street. It is a secure property with mailbox and package delivery inside a locked gate, only accessible by residences. Unit is located on the interior of the complex and protected from street noise. Unit also has a brick front-porch and comes with pool access. Ample street parking.

Newly painted interior has hardwood floors, updated light fixtures and recessed lighting, TWO walk-in closets, barn door pantry (with storage unit included), KitchenAid kitchen appliances, in-unit washer and dryer, and HVAC replaced in June 2021.

The Car Barn is one block from Lincoln Park, a 7 min walk to Eastern Market, a 13 min walk to Barracks Row, a 10 min walk to H street, and exactly 1 mile distance from the Capital. Two metro stations within walking distance (Stadium Armory & Eastern Market on the orange/blue/silver line).

Available starting April 3rd. Viewings can be scheduled Tuesday through Saturday starting at noon. Please contact owner for more details and to learn how to apply.

Other facts:
Garbage included in rent
Pets Negotiable
Sewage included in rent
Water included in rent
Laundry: In Unit

Security deposit (one months rent)
Move in fee ($100)- payable to Car Barn’s management company
Rental insurance”

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