Today’s Rental was chosen for the kitchen and plants, obviously

This rental is located at 2201 Second Street NW near W. The Craigslist ad says:

“$2,500 / 1br – 775ft2 – Bright, Top-Floor Corner 1 Bedroom (Bloomingdale)

The Basics
One-bedroom, one-bath top floor corner unit in a quiet, secure, and well-maintained walk-up condo building in the heart of Bloomingdale.

Unit boasts:
A generous kitchen workspace
Nine-foot tall ceilings
Three retractable screened double-Juliet balconies
Energy-efficient HVAC system (professionally serviced biannually) and dishwasher
Enclosed stackable washer and dryer
Generous closet space, including a food pantry, with Elfa systems throughout
Top down bottom up blinds throughout
Video intercom entry system

Outside and Nearby
Unit looks out onto professionally landscaped grounds.

Ledroit Park—complete with a Capital Bikeshare and a fenced and shaded play space for the pups—is one block south, with Crispus Attucks Park just two blocks to the southeast.

Restaurants, coffee shops, and watering holes abound nearby including Red Hen, Big Bear, Pub and the People, Showtime Lounge, and Boundary Stone.

Plentiful zoned street parking and bicycle parking in the courtyard. Shaw Metro Station (Green/Yellow Line) is a 15-minute walk. G2 bus stop directly outside with the G8, 90, and 70 lines nearby. Bike racks in the courtyard are available to tenants.

One-year lease available starting May 1, 2024. Water included. One-time non-refundable move in/out fee and standard tenant credit check fee. Well-behaved pets are welcome with a non-refundable one-time fee.

Unit owners live locally and are extremely responsive. Current tenants have occupied the unit for three years and are only moving due to relocating outside the DMV. Unit will be refreshed post departure.”

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