About this listing
"House of Cards" view, across Potomac River frm Lincoln Mem./Washington Mon., block frm Iwo Jima Mem.—1100ft, 2-lvl condo with 13' ceilings=spacious/fully-furnished in Rosslyn, VA; safe, near Metro and major rds, short cab to DC. Remodeled in 2013—new kitchen/bath.
Across the Potomac River from the iconic Capitol, Lincoln Memorial and Washington Monument—all lined up in the view, w Kennedy Center on L—this 1100-ft 2-level condo has 13' living room ceiling and large balcony, and is a spacious, fully-furnished refuge in safe, convenient Rosslyn, VA. It is close to everything, 10-min walk to metro, just over a mi. walk to heart of Georgetown over the gorgeous Key Bridge. Newly remodeled in 2013, it features a brand new kitchen and bathroom, breakfast bar and lots of open space for entertaining, including a couch nook that you will have a hard time escaping! A less than 10 minute walk to the Rosslyn metro (Blue and Orange lines) and just under a mile walk to the lively Georgetown neighborhood. It is one bedroom with plenty of space for an extra mattress (air mattress provided). Plus large, sectional couch can sleep one.
Condo is located across the street from the Iwo Jima memorial, short walk to Metro trains and buses, and has very easy access to I-66, I-395, the GW Parkway and highway Rte. 50; 2.5 mile drive (or two Metro stops) to the Pentagon.
Balcony (with view of iconic National Mall Monuments, the Capitol, and the Kennedy Center)
Pool (75-foot laps)!
On site cleaner
On site market
GE Profile Kitchen
24 hour security
Rental will be available for the Summer 2014 beginning on May 28th.
Interaction with guests
We know DC and its amenities well. While we may not be nearby much of the time you are here, we will be glad to give local cultural, geographic, shopping and cuisine guidance via phone calls while in the U.S. and help via email while abroad.
Short walk to Rosslyn Metro--Orange and Blue Line access.
Please be mindful of neighbors: lower volume after 10 pm and before 9 am; don't stomp on the floor.
If you accidentally break something, no worries, but please replace it and tell us about it, or just tell us and we can settle up amicably.
Writer, inquirer, consultant. Coffee, news and music explorer. I was a full-time journalist in Washington for 23 years, now writing and consulting. Studied in Blois, France, for a quarter in 1986. My wife Kiki has lived and studied in France twice and also had her bachelorette in Paris Feb. of 2013.