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Open Room in Mt. Pleasant Group House

Important deets:
- Looking for a mid-October to Nov. 1st, 2018 move in (this maybe negotiable)
- Lease ends on June 30, 2019
- Rent $1,140 
- Security Deposit $1,140
- Single room
- Located in the Mt. Pleasant/Columbia Heights neighborhood
- Near 17th and Newton St. NW
- Six people (number includes you)
- Utilities run ~$65/month/person, depending on the season

About the room:
- Large private room (~140 square feet)
- On 3rd floor of the house
- Shared bathroom with two others
- Large closet (about 9 feet long)

House details:
- In-home washer/dryer, gas stove
- Back porch with grill and awesome outdoor lights
- Front porch / front yard
- 5 bedrooms, 2.5 bath
- Fully furnished
- The roommate who is leaving (to get married), is selling his stuff if you’re interested

Neighborhood perks:
- Less than 5 min walk to Rock Creek Park
- About 8 min. walk to Columbia Heights Metro Green Line
- About 3 min walk to H3/H4, H8, 42, S2/S4/S9 buses.
- 10 min. walk to Giant, Target, Best Buy, Washington Sports Club
2 to 5 min. walk to slew of delicious, independent restaurants on Mount Pleasant St. (e.g., Elle, Pizza, Pollo Sabroso, Beau Thai, Purple Patch) and coffeeshops, Barbershops, grocery stores, ice cream shop, etc.

Roommates and the vibes:
- Friendly, relaxed atmosphere
- Balanced with being housemates while having your own life
- Christian, Inclusive, LGBTQ-friendly, and racially diverse.
- AYCE Korean BBQ, hiking Old Rag, setting escape room records
- Game nights, movie nights
- Hosted low-key parties to bring all of our favorite people together
- Super-duper rare that all six of us are home, making it less crowdy
- Typical night/day usually three folks at home…four on occasion
- We are intentional in being a community

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