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Our home is a wonderful mix of the old, the mid-century and the new! Built 116 years ago its furnished with stylish mid-century modern furniture from the 50s to the 70s and has been completely renovated with new floors, bathroom and kitchen!
Mid Century Modern furnished one-bedroom private basement apartment with shared access to small front yard patio. Perfectly located to take advantage of all the tourist attractions DC has to offer as well as to experience the city as a local. Located in the heart of Washington DCs lively Shaw neighborhood and only a short walk to everything the city has to offer including, coffee shops, bars, restaurants, music, theater, Howard University, the convention center, playgrounds, the vibrant 14th St corridor, Chinatown, Verizon Center, The White House, all the Smithsonian Museums with a Giant grocery store right across the street!
The bedroom has a full sized bed, and the living room has space for two more on convertible mid-century styled sofa. A pack n' play is also available upon request. Efficiency kitchen is stocked with pots, pans, plates, utensils, cups, coffee maker, and basic pantry staples. Clean sheets, towels and toiletries, premium cable package, and high speed wireless internet also included.
Servicios y zonas comunes
Atención a los huéspedes
We are lifetime residents of DC and know this city like our own backyard so we certainly have plenty of recommendations for your stay.! Although we are currently living uptown we are rarely more than 5 minutes away and can be contacted via text/call anytime.
Otros aspectos destacables
A few neighborhood favorites (all within a 15 minute walk):
Compass Coffee (coffee, pastries, and limited other food)
Dacha Market (bagels, coffee, breakfast sandwiches to go)
Blagden Alley ( La Colombe Coffee, The Dabney and more)
Big Bear (dine-in breakfast, lunch, dinner)
Red Hen (reservations recommended)
Chaplin (ramen soup)
The Dabney (reservations recommended)
Kinship (reservations recommended)
Right Proper (Local brewery and restaurant)
Ivy and Coney (Chicago/Detroit divey sports bar)
Southern Efficiency (whiskey bar and small plates)
Passenger (craft cocktails)
Dacha (outdoor beer garden and german food)
Things to do:
"Wonder" at the newly-reopened Renwick:
The arboretum is a great alternative to see the cherry blossoms, and if the weather is nice, it's a lovely place to take a picnic.
Union Market: Warehouse-like food market with a wide variety of prepared and specialty food items and food-related souvenirs.
Hiking: Rock Creek Park and Great Falls are very close, and offer stunning hikes with varying levels of difficulty. Sugarloaf Mountain and Catoctin & Cunningham Falls are each about 45 minutes away.
Child-friendly places include the Building Museum, the atrium at the Portrait Gallery, and Wegman's Wonder place at the National Museum of American History. Natural History, Air & Space, and American Indian are also fantastic for kids.
Our space was designed with you in mind so please take amazing care of it!
-We are a Eco-conscience family so please turn off lights and run air conditioning units at reasonable levels when you are out, turn them off at check-out. Please turn the thermostat on the baseboard heaters back at checkout if you've cranked the heat :) Thank you!
- Please eat in kitchen area only
- Shoes off at entry please!!
- No noise after 11 pm on weekdays
- No additional guests unless approved
**Please be sure to return the parking permit when you leave. We must charge a $100 fee if it is not returned or becomes lost.
Puedes cancelar hasta 7 días antes del viaje y recibir un reembolso del 50 %, más las tarifas de servicio.
The space we are offering is a direct reflection of the fortune we are surrounded with. Collecting Mid Century Modern design is something we started doing as a young couple and we at one time had a very popular store in Washington DC selling period furniture. We understand how a beautiful, large, comfortable space can help a person unwind after a long day. Life now has us moving in a slightly different but even more exciting direction. I’m a Art Director for the book division of National Geographic. This experience has allowed me to meet some of the most incredible people exacting true change in todays world. My husband has worked for Whole Foods Market. His job in sourcing seafood for 50 stores has put him in the unique position to play a real role in promoting sustainable fisheries. By far the most amazing part of our lives would be our two beautiful boys who make the sunrise each day for us. Little pieces of all these fortunes reflect in the space we’d like to share with you!