Colonial-style homes aren’t the only predominant features in DC’s Colonial Village neighborhood. This Northwest DC neighborhood is also known for its curving, tree-lined streets, its proximity to Rock Creek Park, and its gardens. In ...Read More
Ideally situated between the C&O Canal and the Potomac River, 3303 Water is one of the most sought after addresses in Georgetown. Built in 2004, the 9-story building maintains a sleek, contemporary aesthetic across its 72 units. Condos range in size from 960 to 6,600 sf with floor-to-ceiling windows extending to French balconies with patios and private terraces in most units. Ceilings are high with lots of natural light in the open-plan kitchen, including Sub Zero appliances and polished granite countertops. The building offers a number of amenities, including a rooftop pool and sundeck with adjacent locker rooms and a fitness center. In addition to the main lobby, 3303 Water Street maintains lobbies on each residential floor as well as a doorman/concierge. Garage parking and a welcoming pet policy complete the picture.