sits Stanton House. This 11 bedroom/8.5 bathroom mansion has served as the grande dame of this Capitol Hill neighborhood for generations.
This 4 story manor is the vaunted former home of the “Bull and Moose” bed and breakfast and served as a notorious place of refuge for Theodore“Teddy” Roosevelt during his time in office. With its ability to accommodate up to 25 residents, this very special home has served generation after generation of congressional pages, college students and D.C. interns.
In 2021, it was fully renovated with love to include a completely open floor plan, full upper and lower kitchens and the best internet networking architecture money can buy. With our help, this 4,000 square foot homestead will serve students and interns for generations to come.
Working or interning at one of the locations below? This home is perfectly located for you!
Capitol Hill is the seat of the U.S. government, home to the domed United States Capitol, Senate, Houses of Representatives and the neoclassical Supreme Court. It’s also known for the redbrick Eastern Market, where vendors sell produce, meat and cheese throughout the week, and handicrafts and antiques on weekends. Barracks Row is lined with an eclectic mix of bakeries, pizzerias and global eateries
Chances are, you already think that you know a few things about the Capitol Hill neighborhood of Washington, DC. It’s obviously in the shadow of the White House and all of the major government buildings on Capitol Hill. And the neighborhood itself, located just east and south of the Capitol building, is full of well-maintained older buildings on tree-lined streets. You might know that the neighborhood has centuries’ worth of history, as some of the most famous figures in our nation’s past have lived among these streets.
This neighborhood has seen some rises and falls in its history, which spans nearly as long as the nation has been in existence. After some notably rough patches in the 1980s, today’s Capitol Hill is urbane and sophisticated but also likes to let its hair down. In general, you’ll find the bustling streets safe enough to explore after hours.
But what you might not know is that this neighborhood has a lot more to offer than just history and an easy commute to jobs on Capitol Hill. This is actually one of the country’s most perennially popular neighborhoods for plenty of good reasons, like its vibrant cultural scene and a well-trafficked weekly market. You’ll bump elbows with political figures, young staffers, and tourists alike. One thing you’ll find about this neighborhood is that it’s never boring or sleepy. Read on to learn more about why Capitol Hill is full of good surprises.
Whether you're looking for a single, double or triple, your comfort matters. Your room at WIHN comes complete with a private bathroom, regular twin-size bed, desk with chair and dressers that maximize space, so you're ready to go day one.
Double bedroom featuring two twin sized regular style beds with one built in closet and one free standing wardrobe. This room also features overhead lighting and ceiling fan. You'll have no shortage of warm Summer sun as this room has massive west facing windows.
Second private bedroom on the third floor of Gresytone Mansion with western and northern exposure for the most amount of natural light. This room is perfect for the person desiring the maximum amount of privacy as it is the only single bedroom with its own attached bathroom in the entire home.
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Upscale, fully furnished, urban living for interns & universities.