Capitol Hill House Rental Photos and Description
House, 4 Bedroom + 2 Convertible bed, 2.5 Bath, (Sleeps 8-10)
Gorgeous 4 bedroom, 3 floor, 1890 historic row house literally one block from Union Station. An ideal Capitol Hill location for exploring the best of Washington. The house is just 2-3 blocks from The US Capitol Bldg, the Supreme Court, Library of Congress, Botanical Conservatory, Folger Shakespeare Theater.
For your convenience you will find 4 HDTVs, 2 kitchens, full cable service, wireless internet (WIFI), and a washer/dryer.
The top floor large master bedroom is well appointed with bay windows, a king bed, HDTV and chaise lounge. Two additional queen bedrooms and one full bath complete the top floor.
The main floor includes a living room with (non-working) fireplace and large HDTV, beautiful original hardwood floors, separate dining room, remodeled ½ bath, fully equipped remodeled kitchen with new stainless steel appliances and granite countertops. A deck balcony in the rear provides covered outdoor space for enjoying a morning cup of coffee or a meal alfresco.
The street level features a 4th bedroom with kingsize bed, a family or TV room, full bath, kitchenette and the laundryroom.
Off street parking is available for an additional fee.
Our home is located on a quiet, tree lined street in Capitol Hill conveniently close the the cities transportation hub, Union Station, where you will find AMTRAK, the Metro station and a Capitol BikeShare location. You are also just a few minutes’ walk from the U.S. Capitol Building, Senate and House buildings, the U.S. Botanical Conservatory, Smithsonian Institution museums, the National Mall, and Eastern Market. Restaurant row with it's delightful neighborhood restaurants all offering outdoor seating in season, is one block away on Massachusetts Avenue between 3rd and 4th Streets NE.
Capitol Hill is one of Washington DC's most historic districts. Pierre L'Enfant described the crest of the hill as 'a pedestal waiting for a monument' and shortly afterward, in 1793, George Washington laid the first cornerstone of the United States Capitol building, which now stands facing the city and the National Mall. Behind the Capitol building is the Supreme Court and the Library of Congress. Union Station, at the northern end of Capitol Hill, is not only Washington DC's main rail terminal, but also one of the most popular tourist attractions due to its recent renovation.
Union Station, Washington's main rail terminal, was designed to act as a monumental gateway to the nation's capital city and is located conveniently close to the U.S. Capitol Building, the National Mall and other attractions such as the National Gallery of Art. Since extensive renovation in the 1980s, the Union Station building now houses cafes, restaurants, and stores. Points of interest within Union Station include the carefully restored main waiting room, a 96 foot chamber with gold-leaf ceiling, that is now used for Balls and other festive events and the Presidential waiting room in the East hall. Just outside Union Station are the Thurgood Marshall Federal Judiciary Building and National Postal Museum.
Keywords: Row House, English Basement, four bedroom, close to Metro, flat
- pets not allowed
- children welcome
- non smoking only
- Long-term Renters Welcome
- Minimum Age Limit for Renters
- wheelchair inaccessible
About Charlotte Perry, Kevin Horrocks
My business is LUXbnb, we offer short-stay properties in wonderful neighborhoods in Northwest Washington including those areas in high demand by visitors, i.e. DuPont Circle, Georgetown, Palisades and Capitol Hill. You can view some of our other studios and homes for stays from 4 nights up to 8 months; see HomeAway # 914007, 3495967, 3495973, 3495995, 3495973, 3496279, 3496282, 3496283 and 3496278 for details. Let us know your travel plans and we will find the best fit for your needs. Be generous and share the knowledge of LUXbnb, your source for short-stay rentals in Washington, with your friends, family and colleagues.
Our latest addition are vacation properties for Washingtonians. See the Washington Vacations section on our website for homes in the nearby mountains. Take a few days away from the bustle of the city to explore our bucolic countryside little changed over the past 2 to 3 centuries. Visit wineries and orchards, significant Civil War battlefields and historic towns, hike the Apalachian Trail or follow in the footsteps of our founding fathers by visiting their homes. There is plenty to do that beckons you to leave the city for a weekend or a week.
A bit about me...I am a former Californian who, after 12 years in DC, is now an honorary Washington native. Being well traveled both domestically and internationally has given me a great appreciation for the enrichment contact with others brings to our experience. I am well-versed on the 'must-see' sights, monuments and museums of our culturally rich city, along with the unique experiences your find only in Washington. We share that insight with our guests in our property Welcome Guides which we send upon confirmation.
We very much enjoy hosting visitors to our Nation's Capital and ensuring that they are able to make the most of their visit.
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Charlotte Perry, Kevin Horrocks purchased this house in 1999
Why Charlotte Perry, Kevin Horrocks chose Capitol Hill
Location, size and appeal.
What makes this house unique
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