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PLEASE ALSO SEE REVIEWS of PROPERTY #421709(apartment directly adjacent to this one - same building & owner)
Meticulously renovated, one-bedroom apartment in historic brownstone.
Fully furnished and beautifully appointed one-bedroom apartment boasts 11-foot ceilings, queen-sized bed, W/D, CAC, DW, built-in microwave, Italian tile in kitchen & bath, hardwood floors throughout, custom closet and built-ins, incredible sunlight and top of the line furniture, furnishings & bedding. Wrought-iron terrace off of living room provides access to landscaped garden. ALL utilities included: WiFi, electric, gas, water, cable & security system.
Weekly maid service available upon request.
Owner owned & managed.
Keywords: One-bedroom, Next to Metro, New renovation, Luxury flat
I have lived in Washington DC for over 20 years.
I work in news & communications in downtown DC as well as serve as an adjunct prof at Georgetown University.
I am an avid cyclist, swimmer and gardener in my spare time.
Daniel Maiello purchased this apartment in 2001
This apartment is one block from the Metro on a lovely tree-lined block with immediate access to restaurants, shopping and grocery. All of Washington's most visited and stunning sites are on the Metro line within just a few short stops from the stop next to the house.
Columbia Heights is a vibrant, diverse neighborhood that has an eclectic mix of residents of many ages, cultures, and income levels. It boasts a beautiful mix of turn of the century & 1920’s architecture as well as a mix of big box shopping & national restaurant chains, as well as independent, small restaurants and a very close proximity to DC’s other well-known, popular neighborhoods via, Metro, taxi, bus or by foot. At this point, the mixture of residents is one of the most diverse anywhere in the city.
While the area’s main drag is home to Target, Best Buy, Panera, Starbucks, and Chipotle, the neighborhood streets are dotted with smaller, independently-owned establishments, like The Heights, a neighborhood American bistro, the Vietnamese restaurant Pho 14, Sticky Fingers vegan bakery, and Room 11 wine bar.
Also, 11th Street, a quiet cousin to 14th Street that was recently introduced to readers of The New York Times as “Washington’s hippest new strip” is home to a number of businesses that are distinctly more local and quirky than those on the area’s main drag. There is the massively popular Wonderland bar, Red Rocks Pizzeria, Meridian Pint, Columbia Heights Coffee, and Bloombars, a free and funky performance space. The owner of Tryst, an ever-crowded coffee shop in Adams Morgan, is also planning on opening a diner/bar/coffee shop on the ground floor of 1020 Monroe Street in the next few weeks.
Columbia Heights is a public transportation mecca. The Metro station is on the Green Line, with the major transfer stop Gallery Place only eight minutes away. Buses running north and south along 14th Street and 16th Street are some of the city’s busiest, and a Circluator bus runs east and west.
Driving in the city is a little less convenient, mostly because parking—particularly close to 14th Street—has gotten tougher and tougher. But the neighborhood is close to major city arteries like 16th Street, Rock Creek Parkway, Rhode Island Avenue (Route 1), and New York Avenue (Route 50). Major Virginia highways like I-66 and the George Washington Parkway are a little farther. There is secure, garage parking available for $20 a day located at the Target down the street. I can give you the pass if you choose to park there.
Columbia Heights is one of those rare DC neighborhoods where people of all races, ages, and socioeconomic classes share space, and to many, that - not the revitalized commercial strip - is where its charm lies.
I was in town recently for work and stayed here for 5 nights. The apartment was clean, fully equipped with everything promised, and looked exactly like the pictures. The location was perfect -- only 1 block to the metro. And, there were plenty of nearby places to grab a bite to eat or even grocery shop. The owner of the property provided very clear directions for check-in and was readily accessible if I had any questions throughout my stay. Overall, a great stay in a great location. I highly recommend this rental if you are coming for business or pleasure.
The apartment was1 block away from the metro, and the neighborhood was vibrant and within walking distance to some fantastic restaurants. Anyone planning a trip to Washington DC should consider this apartment.
Apartment is wonderful, location is perfect and Danny was awesome to work with from beginning to end. Had a fabulous time in DC and having the apartment to come home to was the icing on the cake. Highly recommend Danny's property.
Very easy to access DC via subway. Clean apartment. We had a great time!
My wife and I very much enjoyed our stay in Washington - it is a beautiful city, and we were there when the cherry blossoms were at their height. Our apartment was a pleasure to stay in - modern and well equipped. The apartment is only a block away from the metro, and the neighbourhood is very charming. The owner, Daniel, was extremely friendly and helpful. We will definitely return to Washington - and we will want to stay at this apartment. It was just perfect!
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My Standard Rate
2 night minimum stay