Though compact in size, this unique loft apartment has everything you'll need for your stay in DC. A fully equipped kitchen. Great lounge space and queen bed. Cable TV, strong wifi, washer/dryer. As seen in the Washingtonian and Washington Post.
This is one of a kind loft is the outcome of a long, soup-to-nuts renovation of a former storage unit. I've designed it to maximize every inch of the compact space. It includes a washer, dryer, refrigerator (including icemaker and water dispenser) dishwasher, and an ample supply of cutlery, plates, and cookware for a great stay. The secluded loft has a comfortable queen size bed.
There are many unique features to the space. The ladder was designed by a local artist and is a sturdy as possible. The lights are adjustable to seven settings, or you can just leave it white if you want to keep it simple. The bathroom has a rain shower and side jets.
Though small in size, there's ample lounge space and a closet to hang any suitcase contents. The furnishings are modern and DC-centric, consistent with several color schemes tailored to the area of the apartment.
The ERA is located setback between two main streets, down what is probably best described as a mews.
You'll have full access to the space. I give you the code for entry, and you enter and exit within the checkin/checkout times.
Interazione con gli ospiti
As much as you'd like. If I'm around, I'm happy to chat with you about DC, your travels, my travels, or life in general. Usually I keep my distance unless there is a specific invitation.
Altre cose da evidenziare
If you anticipate any difficulty climbing a very sturdy yet modern ladder, this probably isn't the right listing for you.
Having grown up in the metro area and lived in DC for more than a decade, I'm a big fan of DC in general and LeDroit Park, my neighborhood, in particular. I'm occasionally abroad helping to provide US foreign assistance, though always available and responsive for my guests.
Happy to offer advice on the many things to do around town.