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
Located at 1015 33rd Street, NW, in Georgetown, the Flour Mill condominium development draws its name from the textile, paper, and flour mills that once lined the Potomac River in Georgetown in the late 1780s. Constructed in 1985, the Flour Mill is an 8-story building housing 59 units ranging from 1,018 – 2,281 sf. Offering angled, modern floor plans, the units are spacious with many featuring private outdoor terraces overlooking the Canal or the Potomac. In recent years, the lobby and many of the units have been renovated to include the latest fixtures, appliances, and other modern conveniences. Amenities include a staffed front desk, garage parking and central Georgetown location in walking distance of Georgetown’s storied nightlife and other attractions.