À propos de ce logement
My studio is super modern and contemporary. The color scheme makes for a fun and inviting environment. It's a 5 minute walk from the heart of Columbia Heights and less than 10 minutes by train from downtown DC and all major attractions.
My place is unique because it has a really open air vibe. The living room, bedroom, and kitchen space all flow seamlessly together, yet you still feel the divide when in different parts of the room. There is a lot of natural light, tons of closet space, and if willing to sleep on the couch, can sleep up to 4 in emergency situations.
Guests have access to anything in the apartment, but please be careful not to stain, burn, or tarnish anything, especially the couch, bed, and TV.
I give my guests space. Unless you need me for something, I am pretty hands off.
My neighborhood has incredible food, great bars, good shopping, and a diverse population. You should definitely walk down 14th street to the farmers market in downtown Columbia Heights. And be sure to walk through Mt. Pleasant, which is older than some states.
Public transit is extremely convenient from my house with stops at both ends of my street. Street parking is free and easily attainable. If you'd prefer a covered garage space, my building does offer spaces (if available) at $95/month. If you are staying less time than that, this won't be an option unfortunately.
I'll correspond with you for directions to my apartment from the airport upon confirmation!
Please be aware that I as a young professional, I am pretty responsible and organized with my time, space, and things. All I ask is that my guests be as respectful of my space and things as I am. With that said, please be especially conscious not to spill or stain the couch or bed, no pets, and no smoking. I hope you enjoy the space. It has great energy and is extremely comfortable.
I work in political consulting in Washington, D.C. It's great because my father is from here originally, so I have tons of family and college friends in the area. Before this, I worked on political campaigns and lived abroad for 2.5 years.
Huge foodie here. I eat any and everything. Actually mentioned to my coworkers that I'd be willing to consider this new 'insect' diet so long as it's prepared properly. I was laughed at! Haha. But Thai, French, Japanese, Korean, and Indian cuisine tend to be go-to's.
Usually when I'm looking for a place to AirBnB, it's an international location. I've been fortunate enough to travel to 42 countries, and haven't managed to satisfy the itch yet! Anyhow, I'm a young professional and tend to travel with close friends who are also young professionals.
Typically when I travel, I enjoy being out and about exploring, so am not always in the home, but when I am, I'm in total relaxation mode! It's vacation, I'm up for spending the day in a hammock, watching the sunset, with a good book and a caipirinha.
“Twenty years from now you will be more disappointed by the things you didn’t do than by the ones you did do. So throw off the bowlines, sail away from the safe harbor. Catch the trade winds in your sails. Explore. Dream. Discover.” - Mark Twain