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3100 Wisconsin Avenue NW Unit B10

3100 Wisconsin Avenue NW Unit B10, Washington, 20016, DC

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3100 Wisconsin Avenue NW Unit B10 Description
New To Market Wisconsin Avenue One Bedroom With Sleek Hardwood Floors/Built In Closets - 3D Virtual Tour:

Address: 3100 Wisconsin Avenue NW Unit B10 Washington, DC 20016

Market Rent: $1,350 for a 12 Month Lease

Utilities Included: Gas, Water, Sewer, & Trash

Tenant Responsible for: Electricity, Cable, Internet, & Phone

Pets: OK, Case By Case Basis- $20 Pet Screening Fee/$25 A Month Pet Fee

Parking: Street Parking

Move In Date: January 2021!

Welcome to 3100 Wisconsin Avenue NW. This unit has sleek hardwood floors throughout the property. The kitchen has a washer/dryer combo, dishwasher, gas range stove/oven and disposal. Also, the walk through closet has beautiful built ins!

Bathrooms: One Bathroom

Bedrooms: One Bedroom

Square Footage: 513 Square Feet

Appliances: Refrigerator, Ice Maker, Washer/Dryer Combo, Gas Range Stove/Oven

Move In Fee: $250

Deposit: Equal to One Month's Rent

Application Fees: $65 App fee for EJF & $50 App fee for Building Requirements

Pet Fee: Building charges $50 per pet/Up to 2 pets per property PLUS EJF Real Estate Pet Fees

EJF Real Estate Services Inc.

1428 U Street NW, Second Floor

Washington, DC 20009

Main Line: (202) 952-9061 x75

3100 Wisconsin Avenue NW Unit B10 was built in 1930.
Floor Plans
3100 Wisconsin Avenue NW Unit B10 is a 1-unit apartment complex featuring 1 Bed floorplans.
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1 bed / 1 bath 513.0 sqft $1,350
* Prices, specials, and floorplan availability subject to change without notice
3100 Wisconsin Avenue NW Unit B10 Amenities
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unknown user
Awesome for Socializing... and good Metro location
The building is quite nice and relatively quite for the area since this particular building has very few renters and therefore not much of a young party crowd compared to many in Clarendon/Ballston. Right below the building, however has many of the best bars/restaurants in Clarendon within 2-5 blocks. Friends would come to our house to pre-game and post-game it was so close. Proximity to the Metro, whole foods, and shopping meant that my new wife and I were able to dump our second car - this helped us pay for the rent which was commensurate with the amenities (read: expensive). We had lived further out for cheaper, but the proximity was the worth the increase in price.
unknown user
13th and U Streets NW
Awesome neighbourhood full of bars and restaurants and character and just a fun filled place.
unknown user
Good area!
Active, educated young populace.
unknown user
Great Neighborhood
Part of the Kenwood Forest II neighborhood, which may have the most green space in the area. Grounds are well-kept and many of the units are upgraded. The Capital Crescent Trail runs right behind the complex, plus there's a huge park just behind Hillandale road for exercise and pickup games. The neighbors are all very friendly and tend to get together for BBQs in the summer. Downtown Bethesda and the metro are just a short walk away.
unknown user
Great location for new grads
I lived in the Lincoln Court townhouses for 3 years. The management was great, the apartments were new construction and in fantastic shape. My only dig against the apartments and Arlington in general is that people often keep to themselves and there's no real sense of community. In addition, Clarendon is full of 'bros and generally feels like college 2.0. It was great while I lived there, but grew out of it after a few years.
unknown user
Stanford, Duke
Lived in the Clarendon apts
Loved the convenience and neighborhood. Old management used to have freshly baked chocolate chip cookies every day after work. Heard new management has increased rent and removed cookies, though...
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Courthouse Hill Condominiums
Very popular condo complex in great area of Arlington (close to shopping, nightlife, metro, but set off from main traffic). Well recognized upon opening in late 90s, a bit older now but still one of the best around.
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Belvedere Condos
Rosslyn is a great central location, two metro lines, across the river from DC, easy access to all highways and many big DC companies have offices in this neighborhood. As a primarily work-focused neighborhood, most restaurants here are chain lunches (Chipotle, Subway, Quiznos), but there are a couple of staples for happy hours (Cafe Asia, Continental Pool Lounge, and Piola).
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Archstone Courthouse Place
This is one of three Archstone properties within a block of this metro, and is likely the most affordable. Great amenities, across from the metro, and walkable to DC's best steak restaurant and many Arlington hotspots. Only issue is Archstone is notorious for huge rent increases once they get you in their building.
unknown user
Great Area
The location is fabulous for folks working in and around the DC metro area. Easy access to subway (orange line), convenient to both airports (DCA and IAD), and much cheaper/more space than most of DC. You are never more than a 10min cab ride into Georgetown too!
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