Washington DC with Potomac River Views
I'm Matt, a DC area guy for the last 22 years - I decided to move downtown to Southwest DC (before it was DC's newest neighborhood!). Do animal rescue / fostering, traveling, biking, running all over town. Love the city and all it has to offer.
Our Home & Location
The space is a 1 BR / 1 BA 930 sq ft apartment in DC's newest 'hot' neighborhood - Southwest. Apartment was completely architect renovated in 2015 in a modern style. The bedroom has a queen size bed and affords views of the Potomac River.
TRANSPORT: There is underground parking included, and the building is 2 blocks from the Waterfront Metro station. You do not need a car if you are coming in from out of town. Neighborhood is highly walkable and easy connections to airports / train station....
Southwest is DC's hottest 'new' neighborhood. Recent 3 year renovation of the 'Wharf' complex on the river. It's just 3 blocks to the 2 billion dollar 'Wharf' development with restaurants, concert halls, bars, etc. (wharfdc.com) 5 blocks in the opposite direction to DC's National's Baseball stadium and Navy Yard Park (with more restaurants, DC winery, etc. ) SW is filled with spaces to walk, bike, explore. I have 2 bikes that you could use if you are a casual biker.
1 mile (18 min walk or take bus or free shuttle) to the National Mall and EVERYTHING there
AIr and Space Museum
Native American Museum
National Gallery of Art
Easily walk to EVERYTHING DC:
Mint, Jefferson Memorial, etc.
Mid 60's mid century modern building which includes gardens, historically designated water garden, rooftop decks to watch sunrise / sunset, gym, beautifully refurbished indoor pool kept at a constant 84 degrees, grills, etc. + More info
Responsibilities & Pets
My boys are the best buddies and occupy themselves easily.
Responsibilities include: 20 minute morning walk, AM feeding, Mid Day quick potty break (if home), Evening Walk, Evening Feeding, Pre-bed time potty break....
They are the best cuddle bugs and will likely just want to curl up on the couch with you and read a book or watch TV. + More info