Relax at the end of your day in a townhouse that a former Supreme Court chief justice once called home. Three comfy bedrooms give everyone lots of room. The well-stocked kitchen and separate dining room, plus a patio, make this a real home away from home!
You won’t find other digs so right-in-the-middle-of-it-all: Stroll to a Metro hub, the National Mall, or the new Nationals baseball stadium.
Just one block south is the DC Wharf - shops, restaurants, river boats and water taxis. From there, it's a short walk to the Jefferson Memorial and Tidal Basin paddle-boats, the FDR and MLK memorials, the Holocaust Museum, the Bureau of Printing and Engraving, and the Washington Monument and other National Mall sites.
Heading north from the house, the Smithsonian Air & Space museum is a 6-block walk and the Castle is 2 blocks beyond that. Other museums and memorials stretch along the National Mall, with the Capitol Dome and Supreme Court on its eastern end, and the Lincoln memorial on its western end.
South and west of the house are Nationals Park and (in July) the new soccer stadium. Even closer: the National Defense University and Fort Leslie McNair's grassy expanses, where military bands regularly perform on summer evenings.
Just across the Potomac River are Haines Point's golf course and park.
To get around hassle-free, hop on the subway at L'Enfant Plaza or Waterfront stations - each is four blocks away. Or catch a city bus, which runs between Nationals Park and the Convention Center, passing the National Mall, Verizon Center/Capitol One Arena and the restaurants at Gallery Place.
One off-street parking space is included. An extra parking space may be available - please ask.
Owners are long-time DC residents and neighbors, and are happy to answer questions and share tips for visitors.
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