Capitol Hill House Rental Photos and Description
3 bedroom,3 bath
This newly renovated Row House is located in the Capitol Hill Historic District within walking distance to all the DC sights such as US Capitol, US Senate, Washington Monuments, The White House, Union Station, Judicial Building and downtown DC. This house was completely renovated 3 years ago. It has been under a long term lease, but will be converted to a short term rental on October 1, 2014. The furniture you see now will be replaced with all new furniture including beds, bedding, chairs and couches, patio furniture and kitchen utensils and furniture. The new pictures will be posted by October 15, 2014.
It is located in the safest neighborhood of Washington DC, Capitol Hill - Historic District. There are numerous grocery stores, restaurants and high end shopping areas within walking distance.
Capitol Hill Historic District takes its name from the hill, which rises in the center of the Federal City and extends eastward. Stretching easterly behind the Capitol Building along wide avenues lies the residential area known as Capitol Hill.
History of Capital Hill: Capitol Hill, one of the oldest residential communities in Washington, has grown from a small boarding house community for members of Congress to an area of more than 150 squares embracing a number of separate neighborhoods. In the early years of the Republic few Congressmen wished to establish permanent residence in the city. Instead, most preferred to live in boarding houses within walking distance of the Capitol. Nothing remains of this community, and the area closest to the Capitol contains the Library of Congress, the Supreme Court, and the House and Senate Office buildings. Capitol Hill is the largest residential historic district in the District of Columbia. Almost every street is composed of row houses of different stylistic varieties and periods forming a continuous wall broken only by street intersections.
The Area: Side by side exist early 19th century manor houses, Federal townhouses, small frame dwellings, ornate Italianate bracketed houses and the late 19th century press brick row houses with their often whimsical decorative elements combining Richardsonian Romanesque, Queen Anne, and Eastlakian motifs. Within the Historic District, you will find the most luxurious accommodation in the one of the best areas in Washington DC with many restaurants, cafes and places to shop, including the Eastern Market, the city's largest farmers' market and flea market.
- non smoking only
- children welcome
- wheelchair inaccessible
- pets not allowed
Why Bob Finn chose Capitol Hill
This property is unique because of its location to the US Capital, Union Station, The Senate and House Office building, The National Mall attractions and rail transportation.
What makes this house unique
This row house has 3 bedrooms each having its own bathroom. There is an optional bedroom located in the Swedish Suite attached to this home.