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Wake up to that iconic VIEW of the Washington Monument or open the sliding door to see it from your private living room balcony. Enter this 2 bedroom 2 bathroom spacious and bright home from its long foyer with a large coat closet – No doors opening right into the living space! The 9-foot ceilings and large windows offer an open and airy ambiance. The kitchen has a surprising amount of counter space, including an island that’s big enough to allow food prep and seating without feeling cramped; plus there’s gas cooking to satisfy the inner chef. Appliances are all stainless steel. The two bedrooms are full-size; one has a very large walk-in closet. In addition, a full-size stacked washer/dryer in the unit means you can do laundry whenever you’d like. A separately deeded GARAGE PARKING space conveys with this unit. There is bike storage space in the basement. Pets are welcome in this 40-unit boutique building, and wait until you see the pristine hallways and common areas thoughtfully decorated with artwork. And last but not least – QUIET LOCATION in Adams Morgan – yet very close to tons – Harris Teeter, shops, bars, restaurants, VIDA Fitness with rooftop pool and bar, Mint gym, Crossfit DC, The Line Hotel, tennis courts, soccer field, area parks, and major bus lines. Three Metro stations within a mile. Come check it out!
Adams Morgan is much more than a neighborhood with a crowded nightlife scene. You’ll find historic row houses around 18th Street, including the Adam’s Inn B&B, as well as a variety of independently owned stores. The popular vintage clothing store Meeps has a loyal following. There you’ll see fun, trendy looks that are actually affordable. Men might hit the jackpot at Commonwealth, finding apparel, footwear and accessories perfect for their wardrobe. Urban Dwell’s DC-themed gifts and accessories are sure to please, while Idle Time Books’ vast collection of used, rare and out-of-print books is a great spot for a post-dinner browse. Yogis love taking classes at Studio DC. It offers over 80 hot yoga and non-heated classes each week, so there’s something for everyone. Fitness buffs flock to Solidcore, a 50-minute, full body workout that uses slow and controlled movements to work your muscles to failure. Yes, you read that correctly. Art lovers should visit Morton Fine Art and the DC Arts Center, an art gallery and performance space that supports emerging artists in the city. On any given day you can catch anything from Improv Wars in the theater to Facebook Photos by Poets in the gallery.
Whether you’re staying or stopping by, The LINE DC makes for an awesome stop on your voyage through Adams Morgan. Beyond being a DC-inspired hotel housed inside a 110-year old church, The LINE also offers restaurants from acclaimed chefs Erik Bruner-Yang and Spike Gjerde, as well as a coffee shop, a community center and a community radio station broadcasting from within the hotel. Held the second Sunday in September, visitors will enjoy the annual Adams Morgan Day, featuring live music and international food from around the world. You’ll find sidewalk cafes, unique vendors, and cultural demonstrations and dances. Salsa, anyone? Food-wise, there’s a plethora of restaurants to choose from in Adams Morgan. By day the neighborhood bustles with families and creative types lounging with laptops in cafes like Tryst and Philz Coffee.
The energetic food scene is highlighted by Roofers Union, a top spot for gourmet brats and burgers, and the Mediterranean-meets-Caribbean Michelin star recipient Tail Up Goat. International spots round out the roster of restaurants, including Donburi, a Japanese restaurant serving rice bowl dishes in a minimalist space with counter seating, Sakuramen and long-running Middle Eastern spot Mama Ayesha’s. And last but not least, visitors can sing and dance the night away at countless bars, enjoy live music at Madam’s Organ, Songbyrd or Bossa before ending the night with one of Jack Rose Dining Saloon’s seemingly endless whiskey selection or a visit to The Diner, open 24/7.
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