Close to everything! Center of Dupont Circle, dozens of restaurants and shops. Good for couples, solo adventurers, and business travelers.
Home of an architect, there's more character to this baby than the average studio.
This nook became the first solo residence of a young architect three years ago. She was so excited to have a space of her own, she pimped it out to the max of her means - which is to say, she made repairs and painted the place, then acquired and built furniture and storage to make the most of 450sft .
Name of the game is efficiency in a small space, so you may notice clever storage devices (thanks, Container Store!) and techniques about the place. Many a freelance project have been done at the drafting desk in front of the large window, with an absurd number of writing utensils nearby.
Hopefully, this space will feel more like a home than a space created only for AirBnB travelers. Those familiar with dwellings of the transient intern and young professional crowd of Washington, DC have complimented the host on how organized and complete it feels.
You will have the entire studio apartment to yourself - living room, bathroom, and kitchen. Take the elevator to the 8th floor to reach the roof-top deck and grill (no key required; open until midnight).
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I will be available by cell phone and email for your entire stay. If there is an emergency, please call me and I will come over to the apartment immediately. If not urgent, shoot me a text message first, and if I don't respond within 30 minutes, give a call. I can come to the apartment in the evenings if still necessary.
This apartment is "vintage." Kitchen and bath have not been renovated since the 1970s, and the carpet is not new either. Hopefully, guests will understand that the age of the apartment finishes doesn't reflect it's cleanliness. The surfaces within the apartment are constantly being dusted, vacuumed, and cloroxed.
AirBnB guests are not permitted to enter or exit with luggage through the Lobby on Massachusetts Avenue. The basement door through the alley off P Street should be used for this purpose.
I have two external monitors that you can plug your laptop into. No television.
Although sublets are common practice within the building, officially it is frowned upon. Guests should not engage with building staff or residents, and the rear building entrance should be used.