Walk out to fishing in the Washington Channel and great waterfront view....................The booking Calendar Schedule and Rates posted below are in Real Time. Reserve your dates with confidence by making an ONLINE $200.00 deposit to reserve. A confirmation and check-in instruction will be emailed in 24 hours. Pay balance Online 24 hours before your arrival.
Rates from $1,295.00/wk. Nightly Rate available. Two Bedroom, two Bath townhome, sleeps maximum 8. Pay and Book ONLINE.
Walk out to Garden, fishing in the Washington Channel, which is 100 feet from the patio, Unit sleeps eight. Great waterfront view. You can experience the four seasons of Washington, DC and an unobstructed view of the Washington Channel and Potomac River everyday.
The unit has a direct view of the East Potomac Park and the Washington Channel, as if you are living in the countryside; private parking for your convenience; plus, free local and long distance calls. Free Wifi internet with computer terminal. The townhome has 1600 square feet of living area
You can experience the four seasons of Washington, DC and an unobstructed view of the Washington Channel and Potomac River everyday.
The unit has a direct view of the East Potomac Park and the Washington Channel, as if you are living in the countryside; private parking for your convenience; plus, free local and long distance calls. The townhome has 1600 square feet of living area, open kitchen, Bathroom equipped with body spray shower. The marina of the Washington Channel is only a 10-minute walk away. The Subway (Underground or Tube) Mass Transit Rail (MTR) Station is simply a 2 blocks walking distance.
The Waterfront Mall features a major grocery store, drug store, bank, and dry cleaners is 2 blocks walk as well.
A ten-minute walk away is L’Enfant Plaza, home to a variety of government agencies and businesses including a large in-door shopping mall with over fifty stores and restaurants. And, it’s a short Metro ride to downtown Washington shopping and to Pentagon City Mall just across the Potomac River.
If you have your own vehicle, an assigned parking space can be arranged.
All major credit cards, personal check, bank wire, and Paypal accepted.
Townhome Unit: Master bedroom queen sized bed, two full sized bed in second bedroom, 56" LCD HDTV with 5.1 surround sound system. Complete equipped kitchen with granite tops and walls, all cooking wares and china available for home away from home meal preparing. Waterfront view from every corner of the unit. Living room's well appointed decor has cable TV over 200 channels and 40 dedicated music channels reception. 5 speakers surround sound system. Telephone in every room, free local and long distance calls; wireless broadband internet, free access with computer terminal for your home away from home Convenience..
Garden unit with unobstructed direct view of the DC waterfront. The townhome is convenient to all federal buildings, museums, art galleries, DC Chinatown, the White House, the US Capitol and downtown area of Washington, DC. Metro Station and bus lines stop to all quadrants of the city and the metropolitan area is located just 2 blocks away; major freeway entrances are few blocks away for easy access to the entire region. Everyday convenience shops are two street walk.
Rental Property Ammenities
- Double beds (2)
- Queen beds (1)
- Sofa bed (1)
- Dining seating for 6
- Sleeps maximum of 8
- Air conditioning Central
- TV (4)
- Clock radio
- Surround sound system
- Telephone (5)
- Coffee Maker
- Iron and Ironing board
- Hair dryer
- Clothes washer and dryer
- Rice Cooker
- Cooktops & Oven
- Refrigerator and convection oven
- reverse osmosis water drinking system.
- Linen and Towels, Toiletries and Papers provided
- Laundry Room
- Wifi with Desktop
- DVD player
About the Area:
The Washington DC Region
Washington DC is the Capital of USA. There's no denying that Washington, the world's first planned capital, is also one of its most beautiful. And although the federal government dominates many of the city's activities and buildings, there are always places where you can leave politics behind. Washington is a city of vistas -- pleasant views that shift and change from block to block, a marriage of geometry and art. Unlike other large cities, Washington isn't dominated by skyscrapers, largely because, in 1910, Congress passed a height-restrictions act to prevent federal monuments from being overshadowed by commercial construction. Its buildings stretch out gracefully and are never far from expanses of green. Like its main industry, politics, Washington's design is a constantly changing kaleidoscope that invites inspection from all angles.
DC Waterfront District
Washington, DC Southwest Quadrant including DC's Waterfront district is actually composed of four separate sections: the Southwest Employment District, the area between the National Mall and the Southeast/Southwest Freeway (Interstate 395) that contains the Smithsonian museums along the south side of the Mall — including the Hirshhorn Museum, the National Air and Space Museum, the U.S. Holocaust Museum, and the Museum of the American Indian — as well as L'Enfant Plaza and a large concentration of federal office buildings for Executive Branch departments and the U.S. House of Representatives; the Southwest Waterfront, between I-395 and the Potomac River, a residential neighborhood that is home to the Maine Ave Fish Market, Arena Stage, the Washington Marina, and Hains Point; East and West Potomac Park, a conjunction of two national parks between I-395 and the National Mall that contain the Tidal Basin, the Jefferson Memorial, and the Franklin Delano Roosevelt Memorial (West Potomac Park continues into Northwest and includes the Lincoln Memorial and World War II Memorial, both of which straddle the Southwest/Northwest boundary); and the area south and east of the Anacostia River containing Bolling Air Force Base, the military installation which together with Naval District Washington, Naval Research Laboratory, and Blue Plains sewage treatment plant occupies all of the Southwest land between South Capitol Street (to the east) and the Anacostia River (to the west).
More about this Waterfront condo
This condo is located in a very exclusive residential complex on the Waterfront in the City of Washington, DC. A five stars Alliance rated luxury “Mandarin Oriental Hotel of Washington, DC" is 7 blocks away. When comparing this condo to a similar sized unit at the Mandarin Oriental, with an inferior view will cost twice of this condo's year round nightly rate during non-peak season, and three times of this unit's nightly rate during peak season.
We personally greet and meet you with keys to the condo on your arrival, and offer you information to get in and around Washington, DC . On checking out, we see you getting back home Ok.
About the Property:
The unit has a direct view of the Washington Channel and East Potomac park; private parking included for your convenience; plus, free local and long distance calls. The townhome unit has 1600 square feet of living area, open kitchen, body spray shower and wide body. The marina of the Washington Channel is only a 10-minute walk away. The Subway (Underground or Tube) Mass Transit Rail (MTR) Station is simply a 2 blocks walk.
Just two streets away, the Waterfront Mall features a major grocery store, drug store, bank, and dry cleaners.
A ten-minute walk away is L'Enfant Plaza, home to a variety of government agencies and businesses including a large in-door shopping mall with over fifty stores and restaurants. And, it's a short Metro ride to downtown Washington shopping and to Pentagon City Mall just across the Potomac River
Rental Property Rates
- Weekly: from March to October: $ 1,695.00
- Weekly: from November to February: $ 1,295.00
- Nightly Rate available (2 night minimum)
Location:426 O Street SW, upper, Washington, DC, 20024 - USA
Testimonials / Reviews
Thank you! I wanted to alert you to the excellent care Jim took of us on our arrival. I had an excellent experience with your unit and will highly recommend it to anyone planning a trip. I see you have other properties and will also review your listings first when planning other trips!
Sent: Mon 1/05/09 1:32 PM
To: koo yuen
We loved the home! It provided a beautiful view and was so convenient to the metro and even a grocery store. I was anxious about coming because I had never rented a home from the web. (We usually stay in hotels in D.C.) However, it was a rewarding experience. It was just what we needed. I never said anything before but our son passed away on November 13th. We needed to get away for Christmas, and your home was a gift.
Just wanted to thank you for the perfect home we had for our visit to DC. The location was beautiful, perfect for evening walks along the Washington Channel. Also it was close to the metro and only two stops from The Mall. It was quiet and clean. We had everything we needed plus having the computer in the home was definitely an appreciated "extra." We have raved about the home to our friends and hope that some of us will have the luxury of enjoying the home some day.
Scott and Denise
Bay Area, California