3901 Cathedral Avenue Northwest

3901 Cathedral Avenue Northwest, Washington, DC 20016
$16501 Bed638 sqftNo Pets

Floor Plans

1 Bedroom - starting at $1650

Prices, specials, features and availability subject to change.


Washer/Dryer in Unit


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No Pets


Balcony, Patio, DeckHardwood Floors


Extra Storage, Fitness Center


Outdoor Parking

Property Details

1BR 1BA with 638 Sq Ft in the Marilyn Condos of Cathedral Heights - Pets OK CbC! - 3901 Cathedral Ave NW #501 Washington, DC 20016
1BR 1BA with 638 Sq Ft in the Marilyn Condos of Cathedral Heights
$1,650/mo - Tenant Pays Electric - 12-24 Mo Lease Available
Pets Case by Case - Street Parking
Available Now!

Video Walkthrough - https://youtu.be/uIZtc0L5CbE

638 Sq Ft - Hardwood Floors Throughout, Tile in Kitchen and Bath
Kitchen - Stainless Refrigerator, Freezer, Electric Oven & Range with Hood. Disposal.
Bath - Full Tub Shower with Updated Sink & Vanity
Heating & Cooling: Wall Unit AC and Heat Included with Rent
Storage Included!

Panoramic Roof Deck - Gym - Party Room
FOB Entry, Front Desk, Laundry in Building, Storage, Sauna
Walk To: Glover Park, Whole Foods, Starbucks, BreadSoda, Cleveland & Woodley Park Metro
Bike To: Adams Morgan, Dupont, Columbia Heights, Georgetown, Foggy Bottom - GWU, Downtown DC, Friendship Heights
Metro Lines - Red - Transfer to: Green, Yellow, Orange, Blue, Silver

- $40 App Fee, 1 Month's Rent Security Deposit, Tenant Pays All Move In Fee & Building Guidelines
- Exempt from Rent Control, Lease Required Board Approval
- Available Now, 12 Month Lease Minimum, 2 year Lease Possible
- Specials: Ask About 18 Month Lease!

Auto-Schedule Your Showing Call/TXT - 202-759-7678
Call/TXT Patrick Reardon 24/7 at (202) 709-7006
Call/TXT James Rice at (202) 768-8002
Email with the Reply/Contact link for a copy of the Full Leasing Packet

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