3032 Q STREET NW Unit: 2, Washington, DC 20007
This luxury apartment home features two bedrooms and one bath. The unit has a wall of south-facing windows opening to the open concept living, dining, and kitchen area. With beautiful hardwood floors and recessed lighting, the kitchen has stainless steel appliances with an electric stove/oven, microwave, refrigerator, and dishwasher. In-unit washer/dryer. The bath features subway tiles in the shower along with a grey and white soft color palette. The living room opens to your own patio. The main bedroom has its own balcony. The second bedroom is perfect for a home office or den.
This row house and its sister properties, known as "The Georgetown 3" is a Walker?s Paradise with a score of 91. Transit Score of 64. Very Bikeable score of 84. Close to Georgetown University & Hospital and is a 17-minute walk from the Red Metrorail Red Line at the Dupont Circle Metro Station stop. Nearby parks include Sarah Rittenhouse Armillary Sphere, Montrose Park, and Rock Creek & Potomac Parkway.
Square Feet: 828
Rent: Unfurnished Tenant pays utilities.
Lease Term: Minimum of a 12-month lease.
Pets: Pets are warmly welcomed! 40-pound weight limit and fees apply.
Parking: Street Parking only.
Bike storage and storage space in the building.
First month's rent and a security deposit equal to one month's rent due at lease signing.
All applicants must pass a credit check/background check and have a FICO credit score of at least 650. The application fee is $77 per person.
This property was originally built in 1932 as an apartment building. The building was designed in the Colonial Revival Style by architect Claude N. Norton. Mr. Norton exclusively designed residential buildings, many in this "Brooklyn" style. By the end of his career, he had designed over 400 buildings. The original owner Victor Cahill, married Margret Gorman a few years later
after purchasing the property. Mrs. Cahill was the first Miss. America beauty queen.