House for rent
Beautiful quintessential victorian row-house for rent! Nestled in one of the most beautiful blocks in the vibrant Eckington neighborhood of DC, 26 Quincy Place NE is the perfect combination of modern living with historic charm. Come and take a look to discover its soaring ceilings, original hardwood floors, and a sunny living room adorned with the original fireplace mantel. Glass French doors invite you into the grand dining room; a host or hostess delight . Continue into the tall kitchen with find stainless appliances, shaker cabinetry, granite countertops, a beverage fridge, and gas cooking. The second level has three spacious bedrooms with vaulted ceilings and south-facing windows round out the enormous master bedroom. The lower level is equipped with a washer/dryer and plenty of additional living space and storage. The private and fenced-in patio offers outdoor living. Pets are on case by case basis.
Conveniently located near the new Eckington Yards retail space, NoMa-Gallaudet U metro station (red line), and less than half a mile from neighborhood best restaurants and bars!
Interested applicants will be asked to complete a background check as part of the application, and applicants need to have a credit score of 650 or above to qualify. Confirm with the listing agent directly that the application window is still open prior to submitting an application. All application fees are non-refundable. Property will be professionally managed by Globe Trotter Properties LLC, an equal opportunity housing firm.Read moreDistrict law requires that a housing provider state that the housing provider will not refuse to rent a rental unit to a person because the person will provide the rental payment, in whole or in part, through a voucher for rental housing assistance provided by the District or federal government.
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