Listed a month ago

Heart of Columbia Heights Private Room & Bathroom

Hello, DC room seekers! For $1166/month, you can have your very own room and full bathroom in a nice 2 bed/2 bath Columbia Heights apartment. I'm an added bonus. Utilities range $70-100/person and cover gas, electric, and Internet. $1166 security deposit required. Lease term flexible but longer term preferred. The unit is on the first floor of a rowhouse building. It was renovated before I moved in (about 6 years ago!) and includes wood floors, high ceilings, central A/C/heat, nice appliances, dish washer and in-unit laundry. The room (unfurnished) has a large window and can fit a queen size bed, desk, dresser, and wardrobe (included). The rest of the place is pretty furnished but we can talk if you want to fit some more. The place is at the heart of Columbia Heights near lots of stuff. Just a few minutes walk to the Coupe and the other 11th St institutions. Just a few more minutes to 14th St and the DC USA complex (Target, WSC, etc) and Metro station! Literally around the corner from Giant grocery store. Pretty close to Petworth and Georgia Ave as well. Only a short walk or metro/bus ride away to other neighborhoods like Mt. Pleasant, Adams Morgan, U Street, Dupont Circle. Pretty convenient to Rock Creek Park as well. Please no pets, no couples, no drugs/smoking indoors.

What I'm looking for in a roommate

Easygoing, considerate, prioritizes cleanliness

Pet Policy

No cats allowedNo dogs allowed

Features

Central air
Dishwasher
Fridge
Hardwood floors
Pay with RadPad
Washer & dryer in unit

Meet your future roommate

Richard Balliram

Member since April 2019

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Early 30s gay guy working for the government in public health. Have lived in DC for the last 10 years. Watch Democracy Now! when I can. Run when I can. Wish I did more yoga. Like dancing and most music. Also, live music. Love being in the sunshine (maybe because I am from Florida). Like reading too (n+1, the Atlantic, and slowly making my way through a people's history).