Today’s Rental was chosen for the “LED/bluetooth speaker bathroom fan that can create a fun disco-spa experience”, obviously

This rental is located at 661 Morris Place NE near 7th Street NE. The Craigslist ad says:

“$2,500 / 2br – 728ft2 – Oct 1 – Lovely 2 bed (Capitol Hill / H Street)

Lovely 2-bedroom first floor unit available Oct 1. Lease term can be 6 months to 1 year. Tenant only pays electric, and the apartment can be fully furnished if desired. While it does have low square-footage, the apartment is very well laid out and does not feel small. There are 4 closets in total and ample of kitchen cabinets providing lots of storage space.

Appliances include in-unit laundry, dishwasher, induction stove-top, convection oven, microwave, etc. Highly efficient ductless mini-split for heating and AC. One unique feature is an LED/bluetooth speaker bathroom fan that can create a fun disco-spa experience.

Unit is in a friendly, boutique condo building located at the intersection of the H St and Capitol Hill neighborhoods. This home is on a quiet tree-lined street yet surrounded by a vibrant neighborhood community and has a shared patio at the back of the building.

The H St corridor offers an eclectic vibe with some of the city’s most exciting bars and restaurants. Conveniences of community amenities such as multiple grocery stores, public transit at nearby Union Station and Eastern Market, and public green spaces like Stanton Park and Ludlow Taylor Elementary playground make The Bailey a wonderful place to live and work (from home).

Unit can be empty or fully furnished (currently furnished as 1-bedroom + office). Lease term of at least 6-months and up to a year. Tenant only pays electric. Included in rent are water, trash, and wifi. First month’s rent and security deposit due at signing. No smoking allowed. Well-behaved pets considered. Street parking with city permit available.”

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