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Jason31 years old31 y/o professional, work locally. Current lease is up 10/1 so looking to move asap. During the week typical 9-5 hours. Have lived with roommates so know how to operate in that env...
Paul38 years oldHello, I just moved to northern Virginia. I am Operations Planner, with Department of Defense. I’m a geographical bachelor, happily married. I’m chill, and relaxed. Will spend a lo...
Dina28 years oldWashington Dc 42 nights...
Savyasachi28 years oldI am simple and clean individual. I like to hang out and go on a hike....
David Crouch58 years oldAny thing just so I can sleep ...
Jeanine55 years oldI'm a professional who is looking for a clean, quiet and well-kept place. I have a house now on market and am seeking a temporary residence until I find a new home. I have two gr...
Andy18 years oldJust need a bud to move in with to save money and also get out the old parents house...
Maximilian27 years oldHello, my name is Maximilian, I'm looking for a room with a budget of 1000 per month. If you are interested in my profile, please get in touch. Thanks, Maximilian...
Rent a room in Washington DC
The first planned city in the United States, Washington, DC is well-known for its grueling highway traffic. Bikable, walkable, with excellent public transportation in the form of buses, trams and the subway, there is absolutely no need to put yourself through the painful commute. Our roommate finder makes it super easy for you to live where striking a balance between work and life is not labor in itself. With new rooms for rent in Washington, DC every day, search roommates wanted listings in locations like Dupont Circle. The address itself exudes class in this classic neighborhood, and as the locals say, it is close to everything. Adjacent to Howard University, Shaw is, without a doubt, one of the hottest neighborhoods in the capital. Dotted with restaurants, brewpubs, cafes, beer gardens, and dive bars, the U Street Corridor is a destination for locals and tourists alike. Along with the Arts District, this is the epicenter of culture in Washington, DC. Students and professionals alike flock here to enjoy the culture in the vicinity of Howard University.
Use Roomgo to beat the competition and find the best rooms for rent in Washington, DC. Let us help you find roommates and build a home. In recent years, Washington, DC has seen a surge of dining and drinking hot spots that will make you never want to stay in. Located at the intersection of international, northern, and southern American culture, Washington, DC has always been a haven for seafood as well. Among the best neighborhoods for food and drink is Logan Circle. This neighborhood boasts impressive beer and wine bars and amazing dining. Rent a room in this fashionable neighborhood and never run out of visiting friends.
Our roommate finder matches roommates in Washington up according to specified criteria such as whether pets are allowed. If location is king, then Columbia Heights has excellent public transportation options. This is a culturally rich neighborhood to rent a room Washington, DC, with its streets full of murals, great international restaurants, and shopping convenience. Those who are looking for a more casual vibe than Washington, DC usually offers will want to browse the roommate wanted ads for the self-contained and hip H Street Corridor. Or look for rooms for rent in Washington DC’s Adams Morgan. Just north of Dupont Circle, it is casual, young, and has a generally fun atmosphere. Find rooms for rent in Penn Quarter. The business district hosts theaters, museums, and galleries for those who need their culture fix. For the ultimate short commute, those working at government offices and large organizations will choose Foggy Bottom. Our roommate finder service can help you live in this sought-after neighborhood at an affordable price.
Roommates looking to rent a room on the quieter side of Washington, DC head to Capitol Hill as it is conveniently located, calm, and an architecture lover’s delight. In contrast to the neoclassical style of the eponymous capitol building, this neighborhood is famous for its period row houses, many of which have rooms to rent for the right person. Spacious and quiet, this neighborhood is a delight. Cleveland Park is another architectural gem. A dedicated historical society preserves and documents its many historical homes, relics of the beginnings of contemporary city planning, and public buildings like the Art Deco Uptown Theater. Residents have access to large open spaces and greenery. By sharing with roommates in Washington DC, you can live exactly the way that suits you. Roomgo offers a customized roommate finder service to help you find rooms for rent in Washington, DC that match to your personalized lifestyle.
- Adams Morgan average room rent $1,000
- Barry Farm average room rent $950
- Bloomingdale average room rent $1,095
- Brentwood average room rent $1,000
- Burleith - Hillandale average room rent $980
- Columbia Heights average room rent $1,200
- Foggy Bottom average room rent $1,600
- Park View average room rent $983
- Petworth average room rent $800
- Truxton Circle average room rent $1,125
- Adelphi average room rent
- Alexandria average room rent $800
- Arlington average room rent $1,254
- Bethesda average room rent $900
- Chillum average room rent $650
- Hillcrest Heights average room rent $1,000
- Huntington average room rent $700
- McLean average room rent $800
- Silver Spring average room rent
- University Park average room rent $730