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|2 Beds 2 Beds 2 Br||2 Baths 2 Baths 2 Ba||1||1,500 SF|
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About 3101 Kensington Ave Richmond, VA 23221
For rent is a 2 bedroom and 2 bathroom loft apartment located in Museum District. This place will blow you away with how big it is when you walk in. One bedroom and bathroom on each floor. Upstairs master bedroom is huge and has a 2 person bathroom and closet, making it perfect for couples or families if you wanted the apartment all to yourself. Kitchen has electric stove, microwave, refrigerator, dish washer, oven, and sink with garbage disposal. Washer and dryer are in the apartment. One free parking spot is available and there is free street parking surrounding the building. Location is perfect, less than a mile walking distance to Scott's Addition, Cary Town, movie theater, and the VMFA. Move-in date is flexible, and future tenants must be approved before moving in. All utilities are included except cable/internet and electricity. Feel free to email or text me further questions.
Amenities & Expenses
- Media Center/Movie Theatre
Dogs and Cats Allowed
- 15 Months
Fitness & Recreation
- •Media Center/Movie Theatre
Neighborhood - The Museum District
Nestled between the Fan and Richmond’s West End, the Museum District offers residents walkable access to a host of metropolitan amenities and everyday conveniences. The neighborhood is convenient to numerous world-class museums as well as several banks, grocery stores, Steward Station Post Office, Belmont Library, and the abundant shopping, dining, and entertainment options in neighboring Carytown.
Diverse architecture abounds in the Museum District, with many old-fashioned homes and renovated apartments to choose from. A strong sense of community spirit pervades the Museum District, with a bevy of civic events held throughout the year, including town hall meetings, clean-up days, block parties, and the annual Mother’s Day Home and Garden Tour. In addition to the neighborhood’s walkability, quick access to I-195, U.S. 250, and the Downtown Expressway makes getting around from the Museum District simple.