Custom Columbia Heights Home!

3014 Sherman Ave NW Unit 1, Washington, DC 20001

Type: Condo
Bedrooms: 3
Bathrooms: 3
Rent: $4,000
Deposit: $4,000
Available: March 10, 2021
Neighborhood: Columbia Heights

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This 3 bed, 3 bath rowhouse features an open first-floor plan accented by fine hardwood flooring, high ceilings, and large windows. The gourmet kitchen comes complete with marble countertops, tile backsplash, stainless steel appliances, 5-burner gas range, custom panel refrigerator, hardwood cabinetry, and brass fixtures. Head down the hallways to find the first of three spacious bedrooms and a rear exit with the perfect patio for enjoying a glass of wine in the evening or your morning coffee. The first floor is rounded out by a conveniently located full bathroom.

Downstairs you'll find two well-appointed bedrooms and bathrooms. The front-facing room is large enough for a queen-size bed, while the rear bedroom is accented by a large closet, a second outdoor patio space, and an ensuite bathroom. Additional highlights include an in-unit washer/dryer and one off-street parking spot.

This great condo is located in a converted condo building just blocks to the heart of Columbia Heights. Enjoy access to the big box amenities like Target, DSW, Best Buy, and more, but indulge in the local businesses that keep the area so unique. Room 11, NuVegan, El Chucho, and Bad Saint are all minutes from your doorstep. Washington Sports Club offers one of the best fitness facilities in the city – complete with one of the only pools available. Transportation from this corridor is a breeze with 14th and 16th Street bus lines just a block away and the green line Metro a mere 2 blocks north. If hiking and biking are appealing – enjoy easy access to Rock Creek Park and the commuting convenience to 15th Street – a bike commuter's dream.

Security deposit equal to one month's rent. Tenant is responsible for gas and electric. Pets are welcome!

Nest DC happily accepts applicants whose rent is paid either in part or in full via rental housing assistance provided by the District or federal government.