Bil Browning

Rancho Bilerico: Touring the new apartment

Filed By Bil Browning | August 30, 2010 12:00 PM | comments

Filed in: Living
Tags: new apartment, Rancho Bilerico, Washington D.C.

So it'll be quite the adjustment, but we've found a place to live in DC's Adams Morgan neighborhood. Jerame has spent his first week on the job now and he's settled in to our new digs. We're going from an over 2000 sq ft home (plus garage!) to a 650 sq ft apartment that costs three times as much as our mortgage in Indy.

We found the place online through a friend and while Jerame is in DC and living there, I've still not seen the apartment actually. Jerame made me a short video tour of the place after he signed the lease and I thought I'd share it with Projectors.

I'll be flying out to DC for a week on Wednesday evening to check out the situation and we're hoping to be fully moved by mid-September.

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We are your near neighbors in Columbia Heights and have 300 sq feet more! Feel free to visit if you feel cramped.

It isn't easy to downsize, especially when it costs so much more than the super size. But, it is all about location, location, and location.

I do sympathize on the rent. I left a nice little 2 bedroom house in Puerto Rico for a 500 sq.ft. one bedroom here in SF. The house cost $650 a month, and this little pad is $1,327.00 a month. The sticker shock lasts for at least a year.

I wish you happiness in your new place. Open a new window, open a new door........

Umm.... considering the view from your windows?
I'm hoping someone gives you binoculars for a house-warming present - and that you have exhibitionistic neighbors!? :)

You don't realize how much stuff you accumulate until you get ready to pack up your life for a more.

May it be trouble free and hopefully we'll get together again in DC soon.