"A truly special offering perched at the top of Georgetown with uniquely wonderful layouts, the ease of being new and a traditional skin wrapping it all. Perfect!"
3052 R Street, NW
Washington, District of Columbia 20007
$969,000 - $2,350,000
Sq Ft Range:
1,290 - 2,493 sq ft
Year Built: 2013
Private Outdoor Space: No
Building Roof Deck: No
Pets: Cats and Dogs allowed
Condo Fee: $513 - $1272
No.of Stories: 3
No.of Units: 15
The Montrose Condominium dates back to 1913 when it served as the headquarters of the Aid Association for the Blind of the District of Columbia. It was later used by the Annie Hurt Foundation for the Blind. Meticulous renovation/restoration has returned life to this historic landmark in the heart of Georgetown, maintaining the original façade of the 1913 building, including the dramatic front windows, front porch and columns. The interior design celebrates the history of the building, while providing modern systems and classic finishes.
Nestled minutes from the heart of Georgetown, these deluxe residences offer both the excitement of the city and the intimacy of a neighborhood. The Montrose Residences’ historic renovation brings together top of the line finishes and traditional features to provide the ultimate, luxury living experience.
A mix of fifteen 2- and 3-bedroom residences incorporate window openings designed for the original floor plan, ensuring that no two units are the same. Amenities include Thermador appliances and Carrera marble countertops in the kitchen and limestone walls and waterworks fixtures in the bathrooms. Many units boast private balconies, featuring sweeping views of the Potomac and historic Georgetown landmarks. Each residence comes with at least two private off-street parking spaces for added convenience.
Modern Amenities With Classic Touches
- Flats and two story homes
- Extra-large historic windows
- 8’10” – 10’10” ceilings
- 6” plank white Oak engineered flooring
- Individual Storage Units
- 2 homes with private elevator
- Recessed lighting throughout
Features in the Kitchens
- Thermador appliances
- White Carrera marble countertops
- Hansgrohe faucet & pot filler over cooktop
- Electrolux washers and dryers
- Solid cherry and maple cabinets
- Customized built in accessories
- Beverage refrigerators in islands
- 12” x 3” white glass tile backsplash
- Under cabinet lighting
Features in the Bathrooms
- Waterworks fixtures
- Limestone walls, floors and shower floor
- Frameless shower doors
- Granite countertops
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Superb Access for a Superb Residence
The Montrose is located across the street from the Dumbarton Oaks mansion and gardens and is a short walk from the Safeway grocery store on Wisconsin as well as the mix of shops, restaurants, and other service establishments for which Georgetown is known.
City buses 31, 32 and 36 buses make pickups on Wisconsin Avenue, while buses D1, D2 and D6 have routes on Q Street. It’s a 1.06 mile walk to Dupont Circle Metro for the Red Line and a 1.26 mile walk to the Foggy Bottom Metro for Blue and Orange Lines.
Culture and Shopping Nearby
The Montrose is in a quiet section of Georgetown, facing Dumbarton Oaks gardens and Montrose Park. The Jackson Art Center, where local artists share studio space, is east of the building, while the Georgetown Library, a landmark restored after a fire several years ago, is a block to the west. Residents of the Montrose can walk to shops, restaurants and nightlife along Wisconsin Avenue, just two blocks from the building. The “Social Safeway” in Georgetown, known for its upscale clientele of Georgetown residents, politicians, diplomats and broadcast journalists, is also within walking distance.
Nearby schools include Hyde-Addison Elementary School, Hardy Middle School, and Wilson High School.
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