Enjoy the charm of a historic D.C. rowhouse, but with all the conveniences of a modern home. Every inch of this posh home has been stylishly remodeled and decorated with you in mind. High quality furniture and textiles from Basset, Crate and Barrel and West Elm will keep you comfortable, while Stearns and Foster mattresses mean you'll get the best rest you've had in a while. Expansive back decks are a great place to unwind after long day of taking advantage of our home's ideal location.
You will be on a quiet residential street, yet as centrally located as it gets. Capitol Hill has excellent public transportation and is a biker’s paradise. Most errands can be accomplished on foot. You can walk to dozens of restaurants, bars and coffee shops in 5 minutes. No car needed!
Transportation is convenient for most trips:
-Union Station Metro – 0.8 mile
-Eastern Market Metro - 0.9 miles
-Capital Bike Share - 4 stations within a few blocks, 1 within the same block
-Car sharing is available from Zipcar, Hertz On Demand and RelayRides.
-Walk score of 88
You will have access to the entire house, including a renovated 20th century front parlor and a two-story deck in the rear of the house.
Interaction with guests
Our property management company is available and responsive should any needs arise. Other than that we are here to answer any questions that you may have.
Other things to note
Street parking is available and free overnight. From 7:00 am to 8:30 pm, Monday-Friday, street parking is restricted to two hours at a time. Parking is unrestricted during the weekend.
Cancel up to 5 days before your trip and get a full refund. Cancel within 5 days of your trip and the first night is non-refundable, but 50% of the cost for the remaining nights will be refunded.
I'm a Midwestern gal that moved to D.C., married a native Washingtonian and doesn't plan on ever leaving. We love our two mutts, renovating D.C. Homes, good food of all varieties, celebrating our friends' accomplishments and staying caffeinated with strong, delicious coffee.
I'm a big proponent of the idea that anyplace can be home, as long as you work to make it so.
About the home
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