|Space||1,200 sq. ft.|
|Minimum Stay||5 nights|
A beautiful oasis of tranquility in the heart of Washington D.C. Steps to grocery stores, amazing restaurants from every cuisine, drug stores, dry cleaners, 24/7 food and entertainment. Walk to metro, buses across the street, taxi/uber/lyft available any time of day/night, zip car and city bikes around the corner.
Newly decorated with eclectic mix of modern and antique furniture, new hardwood floors, warm rugs, fireplace, leather furniture, 55' TV, large closets and nicely furnished bedrooms. Very large master bedroom with King bed and sitting area.
This is a great location to see the city, enjoy DC's most interesting restaurants and nightlife, museums, theater, the national zoo, and all the sights the city has to offer.
unit has use of the gardens with outdoor seating, porch, fully equipped kitchen, wifi, Large TV, Satellite tv, fireplace, washer/dryer, all towels, sheets, linens, beautifully decorated with new rugs, furniture, large living room and kitchen area, microwave, toaster oven, coffee makers, dishwasher, large storage closets yet minutes to all major DC attractions - National Mall, White House and work areas such as World Bank, Federal agencies, Smithsonian, Convention Center, etc... Requires walking up 3 flights of stairs. No handicap accessibility.
Shop, work, and play in DC's best neighborhood and make the most out of your stay in the nation's capitol!
Keywords: Dupont Circle, Kalorama, Embassy Row, Adams Morgan, National Mall, White House, Metro, Neighborhood, close to everything in DC, Near George Washington University, Connecticut Ave, Downtown offices, Washer/Dryer, Air conditioning, dishwasher, nearby parking
In the Heart of DC - Beautiful Garden welcomes you to this great location in secure, upscale, and lovely downtown DC neighborhood yet easy walk to all major attractions, metro, bus service, 75 restaurants and shops, family friendly, free street parking or adjacent parking for fee, close to Rock Creek Park for riding bikes or running, gyms, walk to bars and night life, no car necessary.
Perfect for American Institute for Radiologic Pathology (AIRP) course students - The property is on the bus route that goes directly to the course buildings ( approximately 15 minutes).
A little neighborhood history: This area historically was part of the 19th century estate 'Kalorama' and enjoyed a reputation for its natural ambience. It was not until the turn of the century that urban development extended the city of Washington into and beyond the borders of this area. The land that now comprises Kalorama Triangle was subdivided in the early 1880s. It was the redelineation of Connecticut Avenue (1897-1907) in conjunction with construction of bridges and the introduction of two major streetcar lines that formed Kalorama Triangle and established its urban character.
Kalorama Triangle, due to the contracted period of time during which it was developed, as well the awareness of architectural styles, is a particularly important illustration of the aesthetics of middle-class speculative housing during the early years of the 20th century. The neighborhood is composed both of examples of high style architecture and modest builder-designed dwellings, but it is primarily a showcase for the stylistic variations of popular trends. Three important styles are abundant in Kalorama Triangle: English Arts and Crafts, Georgian Revival and Mediterranean (including both Italian and Spanish derivatives).
The first house constructed on the newly subdivided land was the Fuller House NR in 1893 at 2317 Ashmead Place. This house, designed by its owner, Thomas Fuller, is an early and important representation of the influence of the English Arts and Crafts Movement on residential architecture in the United States.
In 1898, Walter Peter introduced the Georgian Revival style into the district with his design for the residence at 1842 Mintwood Place. This style met with great popularity as a mode for rowhouse design. An example of the Colonial Revival style is 1901 Biltmore Street. It was built in 1901 by Alex Miller to the design of Speiden and Speiden. Several dwellings, 1848 and 1923 Biltmore Street, for example, illustrate a mixture of both Mediterranean and Georgian Revival styles. A.R.Taylor built 1923 Biltmore Street in 1907 and Arthur B. Heaton designed 1848 Biltmore Street in 1909.
1850 and 1852 Biltmore Street provide the most handsome examples of the Mediterranean influence in the Kalorama Triangle. They were designed and built by W. Granville Guss for himself in 1911. The popularity of the Spanish Revival style rose in the 1920s. The firm of Sonneman and Justement designed a row of houses on Ashmead Place that were built in 1921.
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My Standard Rate
5 night minimum stay
|Property Damage Protection||C$79|
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