Dupont Circle's 17th street at its best. Fantastic view from the top floor of an 8-story brick building. Wine shop, Bikeshare; Komi & Little Serow fine-dining downstairs. A great apartment for 2 with fast access to Metro, museums and monuments.
Frank Ghery, Phillipe Staarke, Vladamir Hardeson–just some of the designers that don't live here, but whose furniture we own. We like to be comfortable, so you will be comfortable. This space is simple, hardwood floors, plaster walls, steam heat, plenty of plants--but not a spec of granite on these countertops. Absorb the view from our top-floor, the east gets the sunrise's gold hue. To the north, you can catch the sunset as it's reflected off the Cairo.
We're proud of our record collection, dive in to Talking Heads, Prince and Basement Jaxx. The Onkyo stereo has decent fidelity and an AUX input for when you tire of our tastes.
Citiz Nespresso with plenty of ristretto capsules for your morning, a tajeen for your stay-in evening. If you get in late, grab a some trail mix (or anything) from our cupboard.
As we posted this, Katie and I thought, "I want to sleep there." If it feels as good to stay at 1614 as it does for us, we know you'll have enjoyed it.
Zugang für Gäste
There's coffee in the kitchen, laundry in the basement, a grocery and wine store downstairs. All is yours, but be careful with the Vortalux fan (it's finger-guard is built to 40s era safety requirements) and use the skillet to make everything, but no soap needed.
Interaktion mit Gästen
The house is yours. We welcome our guests in to the space, perhaps meeting at the metro and walking over with you. Then we disappear in to the woodwork (not our apartment's woodwork, another woodwork) and are reachable by phone, text and AirBnB messaging. We're usually close by if anything arises.
Like you're at home.