#824: Fort Totten
Located on a quiet, tree-lined street in one of Washington, D.C.’s best neighborhoods, this two-story shared apartment has been recently remodeled and is ready to be rented. At 2168-square-feet, this well-preserved brick house in Fort Totten offers 5 bedrooms and 3.5 bathrooms. It features brilliant hardwood floors, central heating and air conditioning, ceiling fans, crown molding, a fully-applianced gourmet kitchen, recessed lighting, and a laundry room with a washer and dryer. Furnishable upon request, this lavish Fort Totten home gives you the option of renting a single room or the entire unit if you are planning to move in with friends. This property includes high-speed WiFi and readily available street parking for those that drive. Bedrooms in this Washington, D.C. apartment are sunlit and spacious, offering ample room for queen-size beds, nightstands, and personal workspaces or dressers. One large bedroom on the second floor includes a private bathroom with a walk-in shower. All bedrooms include closets for storage and windows with window coverings for natural light when needed. A second full bathroom on the second floor features new tile floors, two pedestal sinks, two large mirrors, and a bathtub shower combination. The bathroom in the basement boasts a new single-sink vanity, brushed nickel fixtures, and a bathtub shower combination with a new showerhead. The front door of this home opens to a warm and inviting living area with large windows and plenty of space for a sectional couch, a coffee table, and additional furniture. An eat-in gourmet kitchen comes equipped with full-size stainless steel appliances, a wraparound granite countertop, and white shaker cabinets that match the crown molding and baseboards. A ceiling medallion and modern chandelier hang prominently over a perfect space for a large dining table and chairs. Fort Totten is a family-friendly neighborhood located approximately five miles northeast of Downtown D.C. Named after the Civil War military outpost that once protected this region, Fort Totten, like many neighborhoods in this area, has historical significance. Remains of the fort can still be seen today in a public park that features picnic tables and hiking trails. A diverse area with leafy streets and a median home sales price of $430,000, Fort Totten is a popular place to live among college students and professionals that commute Downtown for work. Less than three blocks from the main commercial thoroughfare of North Capitol Street, this couples-friendly home is an eight-minute walk away from Fort Totten subway station for trains on the Green, Yellow, and Red Lines of the Washington Metro. A seven-minute drive will get you to nearby restaurants and a Walmart Supercenter for all your shopping needs. A great value for the size and location, this home will not be on the market long. Book a tour of this Fort Totten home today and ask about short-term leasing options if you are unsure how long you plan to stay in D.C....
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