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Stretch out in this roomy 1 bedroom spanning 850 square feet on a sunny second floor. You will love the charm of the archways, built-in entryway bench, dining room tray ceiling, and wainscoting. The spacious living room will easily accommodate your desk for teleworking as sunlight streams in. Plenty of storage throughout with an enormous entryway closet (large enough to store bikes!), a linen closet, a generously sized bedroom closet, and an additional private storage unit in the basement for furniture and more. Underneath the carpet are bonafide hardwoods just waiting for you to sand and stain and the Coop allows In-Unit Laundry & Dishwasher installs if your heart so desires. Fee includes gas, heat, water, taxes, and maintenance of an expansive green courtyard for your enjoyment. Pets 20 pounds and under are welcome here! Less than a mile stroll to the shops and restaurants of Upshur Street and 3/4 of a mile to Fort Totten Station with red, green, & yellow lines at your service.
Brightwood Park is a small neighborhood in Northwest Washington, D.C. in the United States. The neighborhood is bounded by Georgia Avenue NW to the west, Missouri Avenue NW to the northeast and Kennedy Street NW to the south. Brightwood Park is largely characterized by row houses, detached and semi-detached houses, and small neighborhood businesses. The neighborhood is often misidentified as being part of adjacent neighborhoods, such as the Brightwood neighborhood, the Petworth neighborhood to the south and the Manor Park neighborhood to the north.
In January 2013, resident Robert White helped co-found the Brightwood Park Citizens Association, and was elected its founding president. Brightwood Park has had a diverse group of people live for many years. New homeowners were attracted to this park in the pool of people who lived there as long time residents, creating a sense of stability. Living close together in this neighborhood with a lot of people creates a huge number of opportunities to engage with each other. Residents always try to improve the neighborhood relations instead of losing the history.
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