Über dieses Inserat
Above-ground fully furnished basement apartment in a townhouse located 2 miles from Glenmont metro. There is no shared space or common area and all utilities are included and parking is free. Includes wi-fi, movie channels, linens, patio, & more.
This space is a furnished basement unit in a townhouse. Everything is included in this space: from hangers to rice cooker to smoothie maker and washer dryer. There's also a 42" TV with premium cable and free movies (pay-per view movies are separate with approval on a case-by-case basis). All you need to bring are your supplies and clothes.
Zugang für Gäste
Private rear entrance. You can come and go as you please.
Guests should leave the outdoor light on if they will be returning at night or going out so that the rear is lit upon return.
Interaktion mit Gästen
We leave a note on the closest grocery store, Starbucks, and more. We even include tips on avoid camera tickets in Montgomery County.
Once you arrive, text us if you have more questions. We expect very little interaction since the space is completely independent.
Weitere wichtige Infos
There are no full sized appliances, but everything works beautifully and the unit is clean. The bedroom is "junior-sized" because it does not have a window to the outside.
Please note that there may be slight differences in the unit from photos. For example, the pillows on the sofa or the sheets may be different. And, the TV in the photo is a 37", but the unit now has a 42". All changes are replacements (e.g., new glasses or hangers) or upgrades.
Be a considerate neighbor, please. The unit is private; there are no shared common areas. Please remember to turn down the TV volume at night.
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I was born and raised in West Africa! My family still resides in Africa.
I have a MA in Communication and I love working for the good of our communities; social issues are my passion. I've worked in civil liberties and now work in public health and higher education. I'm also an adjunct professor teaching public speaking.