Sunny two bedroom Garden Apartment in one of Capitol Hill's oldest and most Historic homes. The house was built in 1876 and is registered in the National Historic Conservation Trust.
Located on East Capitol Street facing the East side of the Capitol Building. Simply walk out of the apartment and get a terrific view of the Capitol Building.
This (2) two bedroom (1) one bath garden apartment has been recently refurnished with leather sofas, local artwork, oriental rugs, custom blinds, comfy beds, 400 count sheets and plush towels. Each bedroom has its own flat screen TV with cable connections. This unit has wireless internet.
The property is lined with windows allowing for wonderful light throughout the apartment!
The master bedroom has a queen bed with a flat screen TV and a large closet. Furnished with plenty of drawers and closet space. The bedding is 400 count sheets and extra pillows
The second bedroom has bunk beds that are great for kids or teens. The bunk beds have wonderful mattresses with 400 count sheets and comforters. Perfect for children or teens but adults will be comfortable as well!
The large sofa in the living room folds out to a comfortable double bed. This garden apartment is ideal for two or a family and can sleep up to six comfortably.
If you are driving, off street parking is a must! This apartment comes with one off street parking space for your use 24 hours.
The fully equipped kitchen is nicely appointed with all the cookware you need for a grommet meal with dishwasher, stove, oven, refrigerator, toaster, coffee maker, microwave,and lots of cabinets. There is a washer and dryer in the unit.
Our property comes with two bikes for your use! Please feel free to use our bikes (if you like) and discover how easy it is to get all around Capitol Hill. Pop over three blocks to Eastern Market for groceries or organic local produce or walk over to 8th street to 'restaurant row' where there is a restaurant for every palate!
Capitol Hill is one of the oldest neighborhoods in DC. Most of the early residents were members of Congress. As the neighborhood evolved, row houses were built and Capitol Hill began to grow as a city within the city for families and Washington's Who's Who! Many members of Congress make their homes on the Hill. Don't be surprised if you walk by or sit next to at a restaurant, someone you will recognize.
It is an easy walk to the US Capitol, Senate Office buildings, Supreme Court, Library of Congress and Folgers Shakespeare Library. Close by are all the Smithsonian Museums on the Mall including the National Gallery of Art, Air and Space Museum, Museum of Natural History, National Archives, American Indian Museum and more.
There are three meto stops on Capitol Hill. Just a few stops away enjoy the theater or movies at Gallery Place. Shakespeare Theater Company performing at Sidney Harmon Hall and the Lansburgh Theatre, Verizon Center with basketball and hockey. H Street, Georgetown, 14th Street Corridor and Adams Morgan are all within easy access.