Canal House Condominiums

Located at 3225 Grace Street NW, Washington, DC 20007 | Georgetown

One of the most intriguing boutique condominium projects in Georgetown was once a horse stable. These days, the Canal House is home to 35 upscale residences, along with street level retail and office spaces. Located in one of the waterfront’s most walk-friendly areas, the aptly named building is at 3225 Grace Street, overlooking the adjacent Chesapeake and Ohio Canal, and about a block and a half from Georgetown Waterfront Park and the Potomac River. Wisconsin Avenue with its many top restaurants and boutique retailers is just steps away to the east. Talk about an ideal neighborhood!

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The Canal House dates back to 1878 when it was built to house horses belonging to the Georgetown Railroad Company. The building was later used as a power plant for streetcars. In 1981, the old brick structure with its sturdy factory appearance was completely renovated and converted to highly desirable condos, in both one and two-bedroom floor plans and with sizes in a wide range from roughly 500 to 1,500 square feet. Many of the residences have private outdoor terraces overlooking the canal. There are a number of other prominent condo buildings in the immediate area, including 3210 Grace Street, the Papermill, and Georgetown Park.

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While there are a few smaller one-bedroom units at Canal House, the vast majority of layouts are very spacious, and typically occupy either two or even three levels. Oversized windows, gorgeous wide plank hardwood floors, exposed brick walls, soaring ceilings, floating stairs, and gourmet kitchens with stone counters and stainless steel appliances are par for the course. You’ll often find loft bedrooms overlooking the main living areas below. That said, some floor plans have reversed the concept, with kitchens and living quarters upstairs and bedrooms on the lower level. The vast majority have at least one balcony or terrace, and the views of the old C&O Canal below are stunning. Some of the condos have deeded parking, and secure rental parking is available for others. Residents also enjoy a front desk with concierge service, a lush sky garden, and a rooftop swimming pool.

Location is also key, with a labyrinth of alleys, brick walkways and other historic paths that wind in and around the various buildings in an area that is widely thought of as the very heart of Georgetown. The famous shops and restaurants of M Street and Wisconsin Avenue are right around the corner. Explore the old towpaths along the canal, where horses once pulled barges laden with coal, lumber, farm produce, and other goods through a series of locks on their way to market. Go for a bike ride along Capital Crescent Trail, kayak on the Potomac, or sit down for a wonderful meal at one of the many sidewalk cafes. It’s all part of the delightful Georgetown waterfront experience, easily accessible from one of the neighborhood’s most popular boutique condominiums.

To learn more about condos for sale at Canal House, please call Andre Perez at District Partners at Compass, 202-400-3040.

Canal House, District of Columbia FAQs.

Q: Are washers and dryers permitted at Canal House?

A: Yes, the condos have in-unit washers and dryers.

Q: Exactly how close to the C&O Canal is the Canal House?

A: The building is actually flush up against the canal. In other words, you can’t get any closer.

Q: Are dogs allowed at the Canal House?

A: Pets are allowed on a case-by-case basis.

Q: Where is the closest Metrorail station?

A: The Foggy Bottom-GWU Metro Station is slightly less than one mile away.

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