March 16, 2010
House for Rent in DC
Posted by D. Daniel Sokol
Professor Maurice Stucke (Tennessee Law) is looking to rent his DC home- $3500 / 3br - 3+br, 4 levels Sun-filled Colonial (Chevy Chase, DC) .
If you tell him that you heard about the house from me, he promised to bake me a batch of chocolate chip cookies.
Updated side-hall colonial with a big porch, peaceful garden and great neighbors. In between the Connecticut shops and Rock Creek Park, this sun-filled house with lots of details has four levels of living space.
The main level features (i) a living room with built in bookshelves, crown molding and wood-burning fireplace, (ii) a separate sunny dining room with a bay window looking out to a cottage garden, (iii) powder room, and (iv) an updated kitchen with black granite counter tops. The second floor has three bedrooms and two full baths. Stairs lead to a finished third floor loft that can be used for an office, playroom or another bedroom. The loft features a window seat, hardwood floors, and plenty of storage The lower level features a half bath, a finished carpeted room that can be used as a rec room or guest bedroom and a utility room with a door leading to the cottage garden and detached garage.
Walk to Lafayette Elementary, the Saturday Farmers' Market, The Broad Branch Market, Politics and Prose, Marvelous Market, the Connecticut shops, Friendship Heights metro and buses. Close to Rock Creek Park. This is a great street to live on with an annual Block Party and truly friendly neighbors.
For more information and to schedule a time to view please call 202-386-1306. Available to show this weekend with advanced notice.
5440 30th Place, NW
Washington, DC 20015
- cats are OK - purrr
- dogs are OK - wooof
- Location: Chevy Chase, DC
- it's NOT ok to contact this poster with services or other commercial interests
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That is very sweet of Professor Stucke to give you a cookie incentive. Since the incentive would only benefit you, would you be willing to share some with the next renters? It also looks lke the place is spacious and cozy.
Posted by: Shelly Montoya | Nov 12, 2010 3:05:26 AM