Our fabulous home is cheery, equipped, and in a great location with easy access to all of the DC highlights. Stay here to get a local's experience, and skip the hotel room -- you won't miss it!
Enjoy this newly furnished space that's tastefully appointed with modern decor and full of all of the amenities you'll need to feel right at home.
This rental is an entire private 3-bedroom townhome conveniently located only steps from the ever-popular H Street Corridor. You can find everything from a Whole Foods supermarket and great restaurants to shopping and great shows at some of the most well-known venues. There is also a FREE Trolley-Streetcar that runs up and down H Street and is a very convenient way to get to the Metro subway station at Union Station and beyond!
Beautifully appointed and spacious, there's plenty of room to spread out as needed while at the same time space for everyone in your group to gather in the living area. There are 2 bathrooms, both with a shower that our cleaners keep impeccably clean.
Whether you're in town for work or play, our place is accommodating and conveniently located to suit everyone's needs. Looking forward to hosting you real soon!
H Street NE, a dynamic one-and-a-half mile stretch in Northeast DC, is known for its nightlife, restaurants, pop-ups, festivals and communal atmosphere.
Centered on its namesake street, H Street NE is a tight-knit neighborhood with an artsy vibe, quirky bars, hip eateries and independent designer shops. The Atlas Performing Arts Center presents films, concerts and plays in a 1930s movie theater. The weekly farmers’ market sells seasonal produce and handmade goods, and in the fall, the H Street Festival buzzes with live music and local street food.
In this up-and-coming zone, find food hall Union Market, trendy restaurants and historic sites like Gallaudet University, which also is only a few minutes walk from our home. It's the nation’s first college for deaf and hard-of-hearing students, and National Public Radio. "NoMA" - stretching from Union Station to the south and Q and R streets NE to the north, this rapidly developing area takes its name from its location north of Massachusetts Avenue NE. It is best known as a transportation hub and the home of Union Market, a restored grocery and specialty food hall that’s at the epicenter of DC’s gourmet scene.
Transit / Subway Drive
3 min 1.2 mi (
4 min 1.4 mi
4 min 1.7 mi
4 min 1.7 mi
Rhode Island Ave-Brentwood
5 min 2.2 mi
4 min 1.4 mi
5-minute walk to H St FREE Streetcar to Union Station, at H St & 8th St NE
Closest Capital Bikeshare is at 8th & K St NE
Lime, Lyft, and Uber JUMP scooters (and bikes) are readily available on nearly every corner of the city wherever you can find one, rent them easily using their app and your smartphone.
Other Things to Note
As the property's located in the city, we recommend bringing a pair of earplugs if you're a sensitive sleeper.