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The "Land of Black and Yellow" is a place boosting of DC's history with a window into the African-American working class Washingtonians. Less than 5 minutes from Langston Hughes Golf Course, RFK Stadium and metro train station. A 10-minute UBER to or from the new H Street Corridor or Union Station; this historic community sits on the east bank of the Anacostia River. Maryland or Virginia are a 20 minute ride away. Perfect for short stay, Washington sport teams games, races. In family since 1947
- Guest Access You will have FREE utilities and FREE “WiFi” included, full access to your bedroom, bathroom, living room, kitchen (Refrigerator, Stove & Microwave), One Rear Parking Space. Interaction with Guests Just be mindful that not only is this is your living space, it is our office space as (URL HIDDEN) we must share and respect each other’s space. If staff is not there and If by any chance you do need EMERGENCY help, staff will be available via email, text or phone. (EMAIL HIDDEN) (PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN)
- NEIGHBORHOOD "RIVER TERRACE" River Terrace sits squeezed between DC Route 295 eastbound by Benning Road, NE and the Anacostia River to the west towards East Capitol Street. River Terrace is Washington, DC's only planned unit development that has an unimpeded connection to and relationship with the Anacostia River. African American WWII veterans were returning home and In 1944, the U.S. government passed the Servicemen's Readjustment Act, known informally as the G.I. Bill. The Act included numerous benefits for returning World War II veterans, including low-cost mortgages that enabled U.S. soldiers to purchase their first homes. Our family considers this house an heirloom because it has been in our family for generations.
- Getting Around Minnesota Ave. Metro Station is within a mile but we DO NOT recommend walking anywhere! We strongly recommend that you UBER to and from your destination. Other Things to Note -ONE parking spot is in the rear. If you have a second vehicle, there should be street parking, but not guaranteed. -Walking anywhere is NOT recommended! HOUSE RULES Guest Policy The best experience is one where COHABITATION is seamlessly integrated. Staff Primary Residence Hall Staff includes Alprentice D. Davis Sr., Dr. Donnisha Beverly, Dr. Phillip Ragland and Alprentice D. Davis Jr. The staff is responsible for adhering and or responding to any issue related to the residence. General Guest Policies Guests are responsible for adhering to the residence’s policies and the terms of the housing contract. Guests are responsible for the actions of their guests. Guests are responsible for all activities and incidents that occur in their room. Action will be taken in situations where violations of our policy occur. We reserves the right to make any change in room or roommates at any time.
- Animals With the exception of fish, no animals or pets of any type are permitted in the residence halls or elsewhere on residence. Any damage will be charged to the guest.
- Appliances Open coil, unshielded, and/or improperly grounded appliances are not allowed. Surge protectors must be properly grounded and in good repair. A surge protector must be rated correctly for the specific electric load. Hanging or draping an electrical cord is prohibited. MICROWAVES & REFRIGERATORS ovens are NOT allowed in rooms! CLEANLINESS Residents are expected to keep their rooms in good order and clean enough that they do not cause noxious odors, encourage the development of a pest population nor endanger the health of other residents. Cooking Cooking is welcomed...just clean up your mess... “Clean as you go!”
- Decoration of Rooms/Room Furnishings If your room has a study desk, a chair, a bed, a chest of drawers or any furniture...please note that all furnishings must remain in the rooms. Guests may bring other furnishings (carpet, couches, chairs and computer furniture) provided they do not pose a fire hazard or prevent emergency access to and from the room. Lofts and bed risers no more than 8 inches are prohibited in the rooms. This policy also prohibits the construction or placement of any furnishings, paneling or material that prevents a clear view of the window from the hallway. No furniture or mattresses are to be taken out of the rooms. Guests may decorate their rooms with posters and other similar decorations as long as they do not cause damage to the room, are not considered a fire hazard. No drilling, cutting, nailing or any other type of change to the permanent structure of the residence is allowed. This includes the hanging of items, installation of equipment, and all other types of activities which alter the physical structure of the facility. Guests will be charged for any repairs, replacements or cleaning necessary to restore the area or objects to the original condition. Fire Equipment Fire detectors devices and a chemical fire extinguisher are on the residence. However in case of fire immediately call 911 the call Staff. Fire Safety Gas driven engines, gas containers, paint or containers of flammable liquids are prohibited. The occupancy capacity of individual rooms is limited to 2-3 visitors per room in order to conform to local fire and safety codes and regulations. Students are prohibited from placing or storing personal items in any of the residence’s hallway corridor, stairwell or other areas of egress. Food Any food kept in rooms should be stored without presenting a health hazard. We reserves the right to take action regarding the storage of food should a pest problem develop. Noise The problem of noise control in the residence is of immense importance in the support of an environment that is conducive to the total peace of ALL residents. If a stereo, television, instrument, etc. is loud to the point where it can be heard in adjoining rooms; it is, in most cases, too loud.
- Noxious Odor Policy A noxious odor is ANY aroma of such intensity that it becomes apparent to others. Any odor may become noxious or offensive when it is too strong. Some examples are: cigarette, marijuana, cigar or pipe smoke, perfume, cologne or large amounts of dirty laundry. When the source of a noxious odor can be traced to a particular room, the occupants of that room may be subject to being asked to fix the problem. If t continues then you will be given 30 days to leave the residence. Painting Policy Guests are not permitted to paint their rooms. Physical Violence / Threats of Physical Violence Quiet Hours To maintain the living/learning community, we will Quiet and Courtesy Hours. All residents have a right to quiet at any time of the day when they wish to study or sleep. No resident has the right to make noise that disturbs other residents. Guests should keep in mind that sound travels out of windows, down halls and to the floor above and below their rooms. During Quiet Hours, all residents are expected to maintain minimal noise and music level compatible with study and sleep. During Courtesy Hours, residents are expected to maintain courteous noise levels and respond to any requests to reduce their noise or music volume with courtesy. QUIET HOURS Sunday-Thursday 10 p.m. to 8 a.m. Friday & Saturday 12 a.m. to 8 a.m. Communities may vote to extend Quiet Hours beyond those listed above. Room Check-in and Check-out At check-out vacated rooms must be swept, mopped and dusted and free of all garbage. Rooms must be returned to their original condition and set up.
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