Enjoy time and space to yourself in our new studio apartment near 14th and U Streets! Minutes from everything— features private entrance from plant-filled porch, queen bed, and deluxe private bathroom and kitchenette.
Modern, bright, and charming studio apartment has private entrance from alley and parking area. Morning sun streams in the east window over the dining table (seats two, but let us know if you're hosting and we can provide extra chairs). Couch under the exposed brick wall is a queen-sized, top-of-the-line "Night and Day" sleeper bed that's as comfortable as a fixed bed and can be folded up without removing sheets. Brand new, private, modern kitchenette has everything you need whether you want to make tea and toast in the morning, or a four-course meal.
Flat-screen 40" television is connected to Apple TV, with access to our Netflix account. Wifi is included, and the unit has its own thermostat and heating / AC for your comfort any time of year.
Enter the apartment from the alley parking area through a modernist, plant-filled porch that surrounds the apartment - offering peace and quiet in the city.
The apartment is a private suite closed off from our house. We'll leave the keys out for you but just knock or call if there is anything you need!
The apartment is in the U Street corridor, with dozens of great restaurants, bars, and music venues and clubs.
Logan Circle is nearby, where you can relax or begin the historic self-guided walking tour and explore the area's African American history.
You'll be a five-minute walk (really) from the U Street metro stop (green line) and bus lines serving downtown, Georgetown, Union Station and more. We're also near several Capital Bikeshare stations. A ZipCar lives literally next door, and there are many more within a few blocks.
No smoking inside, but you're welcome to smoke on the private balcony.
2 person maximum occupancy.
Please keep noise to a minimum after 10 PM.
I am a researcher working at a non-profit in Washington, D.C. After finishing graduate school in Los Angeles, CA, I moved to the District with my husband, who is working at a federal agency. Our house used to be a doctor's office and we redesigned and renovated it so that it no longer has a sink in each room. We love to hike, bike, and
eat good cheap food.