#812: U-Street Corridor
This small but efficient one-bedroom, one-bathroom apartment is available to rent in the U-Street Corridor neighborhood of Washington, D.C. At 426-square-feet, this basement apartment can be furnished by June Homes upon request. Surrounded by historic D.C. landmarks and popular local restaurants, this cozy unit is the perfect spot for a single person or a couple looking to live within a few miles of Downtown. At an affordable price for this highly sought-after location, this lovely home comes fully loaded with tile floors throughout, freshly painted walls, modern lighting fixtures, and a washer and dryer for you to do your laundry. Additional apartment features include central heating and air conditioning, high-speed WiFi, and a flat-screen TV in the living room. Windows in the bedroom and living room supply natural light, creating a warm and inviting space. The living area is big enough for a full-size couch, TV stand, coffee table, bookshelves, and small breakfast table with two chairs. A small, fully-applianced kitchen boasts new cabinets that offer plenty of storage space. The bedroom offers a spacious closet and can easily accommodate a full-size bed and nightstand. The bathroom has been newly remodeled and features gorgeous tiling on the floor and shower walls, as well as a walk-in shower and bathtub combo with a detachable, handheld showerhead. The single-sink vanity and mirror compliment the tile perfectly. Located in the historic Washington, D.C. area of the U-Street Corridor, this apartment puts you within walking distance of some of the country’s most popular and well-known landmarks, restaurants, and performing arts centers. The neighborhood is the perfect blend of Victorian-era brick rowhouses and high-density, mixed-use apartment buildings. From the 1920s to the 1960s, this area was commonly referred to as Black Broadway and was one of America's most prominent music scenes. Located less than a mile from prestigious Howard University, this U-Street Corridor apartment is an ideal home for college students and faculty members. Be sure to check out Ben's Chili Bowl, one of D.C.'s longest-standing restaurants, on U Street, where you can find countless other commercial establishments to enjoy. Historic Lincoln Theater, located right next door, is a live music venue that once hosted great jazz performers like Nat King Cole. A pedestrian-friendly neighborhood with tree-lined streets and a laid-back atmosphere, easy access to public transportation makes Cardozo a commuter paradise. An eight-minute walk from the front door of this apartment will get you to U Street rapid transit station for the Green and Yellow Line trains. Not sure how long you plan to stay in Cardozo? Book a tour with June Homes today and ask us about our month-to-month flexibility policy....
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