$950 a month for a one-year commitment or $1000 monthly
Enjoy a spacious fully furnished room with use of private large adjacent furnished living area in the light-filled walkout basement of the single family home of a retired female physician in North Bethesda. Although this is a basement, it does not look or feel like one because of the windows and sliding glass doors that open onto a patio and garden. The room has a Queen sized bed with ample furnishings, wifi, and private bathroom. Entrance is through the main house foyer - there is no separate entrance. You will also enjoy use of the house washer and dryer and reasonable use of the house kitchen (there is no spearate kitchen), as well as outdoor deck and patio, and neighborhood pool and tennis courts in the summer. It's about a one mile walk to the grocery store and other shopping in a safe, lovely neighborhood. Off - street parking for one car available but it's not necessary to own a car to commute to NIH from here. Two cats live in the home but can be excluded from the basement area. No other pets are permitted. Smoking is not permitted. Utilities and linens are included. You can store a bike in the garage or in the tiled area just inside sliding glass doors of the living area adjacent to the room itself. $950 a month with a one year commitment or $1000 per month for at least 6 months. NIH fellows, post-docs, or graduate students preferred.
Call Barbara at 301-564-1249 (land line) and leave a message if there is no answer.
<p>Ride-on buses 96 and 37 stop within a few blocks of the home and go to the Grosvenor Metro station on the Red Line, which is just under 2 miles away, a pleasant wolk in good weather. The 26 bus also stops nearby, which goes to the White Flint metro station. The Red Line goes from Grosvenor to NIH/Medical Center (one stop away) and then on to Bethesda and ultimately downtown DC. It's also an easy bike ride on sidewalks anf the Bethesda Trolley Trail. By car, it's only a 3 mile drive. On a nice day walking is a stimulating way to start your day and it's safe after dark.</p>