Ideally located in Capitol Hill and just minutes from Eastern Market and H street Corridor entertainment, dining, and shopping. This recently renovated, fully furnished and spacious executive 2 bedroom/2.5 bathroom end-unit row house is available to rent for the inauguration.
Recent refurbishments completed with meticulous attention to detail. Master bedroom suite includes high ceilings, ample closet space and a large bathroom. Fully-stocked kitchen equipped with beautiful cabinetry, granite counter tops and stainless steel appliances. Entire dwelling is well appointed with furnishings throughout, and both bedrooms come furnished with queen size beds. Other amenities include plasma flat panel television with cable and wireless high-speed internet. Pets allowed on a case by case basis.
This lovely home is located in the heart of the Capitol Hill, one of the most prestigious addresses in the nation's capital and the largest residential historic district in Washington, DC. From here, embark on a journey through America's heritage via the National Mall, from the Capitol Building to the Lincoln Memorial with stops along the way at the National Gallery of Art, Smithsonian Institute, Washington Monument, and everything in between. In the other direction, delight in the joys of Capitol Hill's residential neighborhood, bustling with street fairs, boutique shops, and art galleries galore. Take the family to a baseball game at Nationals Park or for a day of shopping at Eastern Market, Capitol Hill's diverse cultural hub brimming with artisans, jewelers, farmers, and food vendors from all around the world. End the day with a stroll down Barracks Row, the oldest commercial district in D.C., to indulge in delicious local eats and friendly neighborhood bars.
Union Station Metro - 1.0 miles
Eastern Market Metro - 0.9 miles
4 bike share stations within a couple blocks
15-20 minute walk to National Mall
A walk score of 91 with over a dozen bars/restaurants within 0.4 miles.
Just park your car when you check-in and leave it.
Other things to note
The Capitol Hill neighborhood has 59 inner-city parks. These triangles and squares were designed by Pierre L'Enfant, the French-born urban designer who designed the basic plan for Washington, DC. The parks provide an urban green space giving residents and visitors a nice place to enjoy the outdoors.