752 sq ft.
"Unit 301 at the historic Papermill building along the Georgetown waterfront offers a spacious floorplan with high ceilings, abundant natural light, and beautiful bay windows. A rarely available unit in a prized location."
Experience a luxurious and sun-splashed lifestyle experience at one of Georgetown’s favorite residential communities. The Papermill on the Potomac with its retro-styled brownstone buildings is nestled up against Georgetown Waterfront Park, and steps from top restaurants, coffeeshops, boutique retailers, and so much more. This lovely one-bedroom unit is open and airy, with handsome architectural details and charm galore.
Entering the green marble foyer, a hallway branches to either side, allowing a nice sense of separation from the living spaces to private quarters. Gorgeous hardwood floors run throughout, complemented by upgraded custom moldings. The main living and dining area features a deep three-sided bay with huge windows, plantation shutters, and a lovely new window seat installed. It’s the perfect place to sit, read or lounge. An updated galley kitchen offers stone counters, tile floors, white cabinetry, stainless steel appliances, and a window for glorious natural light.
The bedroom is absolutely loaded with appeal, featuring a dramatic window bay with unique picture rail molding and plantation shutters. This intimate chamber has a wonderful room shape, tons of closet space, and an overhead fan lamp. The cute, adjacent bathroom features a stone vanity top, and a combo tub and shower. An in-unit washer and dryer add further convenience, and there is also additional private storage one level down. A secure garage parking space is available for sale ($25K) or for rent ($250/month).
The pet-friendly Papermill with its quaint brick walkways and incredible rooftop views of the Potomac River is ideally located between the historic C&O Canal and the beloved 10-acre Georgetown Waterfront Park. From riverfront strolls to enchanting gardens, this is one of Washington’s premiere destination places. You’ll also be right by Mr. Smith’s of Georgetown, Susheria, Two Nine, Baked & Wired, the Foundry, just to name a few.
Georgetown’s famed waterfront is steeped in history and packed with modern adventure. Once a bustling port predating the nation’s capital, this favored neighborhood with its picturesque sidewalks and storefronts is ripe for exploration. From the old towpaths along the canal to the magnificent Potomac River itself, you’ll never be lacking for recreational activities. Rent a paddleboard or kayak at the boathouse, hike along the river, or lunch outside at Washington Harbour. There are an astonishing array of bakeries and boutiques nestled in nooks and crannies between two bodies of water, not to mention the greater Georgetown area including the East and West Village neighborhoods. Walk across Key Bridge to Rosslyn, or stroll south to the Kennedy Center, Lincoln Memorial, and so much more.
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