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Bright, charming, artful home on bus line leading directly to monuments & museums. Gourmet kitchen and rustic farm table. Cozy porch to relax on after busy DC day. King, queen, king day bed, and a twin bed. Free off-street parking. VISIT!
Enjoy Washington, DC in this charming, open concept, single family row house next to a bus line leading straight to the National Mall with its monuments and museums. Off street parking for you in back. 4 bedrooms, comfortably sleeps 7 in beds, 8 with one on a couch. And we have a pack-and-play for a baby or toddler.
Also check out our other listings by checking on our profile picture and scrolling to the bottom. We also rent our lower level only (2 people max) when we are at home (upstairs) and provide kitchen access to guests on the main level.
This 1926 row house is well-appointed with African and Asian accents and everything you need to enjoy your stay in style. The kitchen is equipped with a gas range and dishwasher, and is fully stocked with dishes and glassware. Dining room seats 12 easily at a beautiful wooden farm table made from our old family barn. And the front porch with comfy chairs and Moroccan tiled table is perfect for enjoying morning coffee or evening cocktails. The house is very kid friendly, with lots of toddler toys, tricycle, and scooter, you are free to use.
Room 1 – King Size Master with reading nook and Jack & Jill bathroom adjoining Rooms 1 and 2.
Room 2 – This room has a single bed and share the Jack-and-Jill bathroom with Room 1.
Room 3 – This sun-filled room serves as a study and has a daybed that folds out into a king-size bed. Master bath located in this room.
Living Room – Comfy sectional sofa and a very large flat screen TV equipped with Netflix, HBO, Amazon Prime, and Roku.
Room 4 – This room has a double bed. This is the only bedroom with a small flat screen TV with cable.
Large Master Bathroom – This is the largest bathroom in the house!
Accès des voyageurs
Échanges avec les voyageurs
We will not be present, but available by phone for any questions/concerns
The neighborhood: We are in the North Petworth/Brightwood Park Neighborhood. Very quiet street, one block from city park, community gardens, and recreation center/playground. You can walk 2 blocks to WalMart for anything you need, including groceries! 5 min. walk to café "Culture Coffee".
Local hangouts: We are equidistant (5 min. drive/10 min by bus) from Central Petworth and Takoma Park – two very hip neighborhoods with some excellent restaurants, bars, and farmers markets. We will leave a welcome guide with suggestions, including in Takoma Park: Busboys & Poets and farm-to-table Republic; and in Petworth: Timber Pizza, Petworth Citizen, and Rita del Vino wine bar.
Here for classic DC tourism?: Forget the pricey hotel, save tons of money, and live like a local in your own beautiful home, park at the nearby metro and be downtown in 20 minutes. Or walk two blocks and take the 79 express bus to the National Mall in a straight shot!
Transportation: Free off-street parking behind the house. Also easy street parking, as it is un-zoned. We are almost in the center of the northern half of the District of Columbia making it easy to get to many parts of the city in any direction: 10 minute drive to Friendship Heights, Silver Spring, Takoma Park. 15 minutes to Adams Morgan/Columbia Heights. Express Bus to downtown DC/Chinatown/ Penn Quarter/Archives-Navy Memorial. METRO: 10 minute bus ride to Ft. Totten Metro (Red/Green) or Georgia Ave./Petworth (Green/Yellow). No car? Uber anywhere. It’s a $6 Uber ride from the Metro home if you want to skip the bus. $7 to Petworth or Takoma Park. $10 to Adams Morgan/Columbia Heights. $50 from Dulles and about $20 from National airport.
No smoking inside
Si vous annulez jusqu'à 7 jours avant le voyage, vous recevez un remboursement à hauteur de 50 % et les frais de service vous sont remboursés intégralement.
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40 year old, former Peace Corps Volunteer who lived near Timbuktu in Mali, photographer, sings in the church choir, love antiques and old signs, grew up on a farm in Vermont, work for an international development non-profit . Speak French, Spanish, and Dogon. Love to Travel and go camping. In past few years traveled with my husband to India, China, Uganda, Italy, Croatia, Belize, Peru, Vermont and West Virginia! We moved to this new home a year ago from another location in DC where we lived for 15 yrs and hosted many Airbnb guests. Their comments are here to vouch for our reputation as hosts. My husband was born in England and has Caribbean island roots. He lived in Paris for 5 years before moving to DC, cooks amazing ribs and stirs up a mean cocktail! We were Air-b-n-b hosts for years and have stayed with Air-b-n-b hosts in the Netherlands, Savannah, Denver, and rural Virginia.