FLOUR MILL Condominium

Located at 1015 33rd Street NW, Washington, DC 20007 | Georgetown

With a quasi-industrial look including a towering replica smokestack, the Flour Mill condominium is planted just feet from the historic C&O Canal in Georgetown. The brick building with its 59 luxury residences was completed in 1985 at a site that was once home to 18th century flour and textile mills, hence its name. The structure with its terraced façade and angled balconies is in the heart of one of Washington’s most storied neighborhoods, about a block from Georgetown Waterfront Park.

Standing eight stories at its highest point, the Flour Mill condominium community offers spacious one and two-bedroom residences with a variety of floorplans, ranging from 883 to about 2,700 square feet in size. The vast majority of units are over 1,000 square feet, including one-bedroom models, and some enjoy two levels of living space. Virtually every condo has a private outdoor space, with views that often include the Potomac River. The elongated building is set at an angle that maximizes waterfront views, and residences can feature interesting room shapes that are a nice change of pace from typical shoebox condos.

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The Flour Mill condos are part of a long-running trend in the nation’s capital, of either adapting older commercial buildings to residential use, or in some cases, paying homage to different industries through newer construction. A few examples would include the nearby Paper Mill in Georgetown, the Yale Steam Laundry in Mount Vernon Triangle, Bryan School Lofts on Capitol Hill (a former elementary school), and the Columbia Residences in the West End neighborhood which was once a women’s hospital.

While the Flour Mill is a contemporary twist on an older concept, the building was delivered in the 1980s and many of the units have been significantly updated over time, including some truly striking modernist makeovers by top interior designers and architects. The building has a staffed front desk and concierge service, and options for garage parking.

Located at 1015 33rd Street, the Flour Mill building very nearly touches the C&O Canal and is immediately adjacent to the Fishmarket Square landmark. The Canal once employed a series of locks, with wooden boats pulled by long ropes attached to horses along the tow path. Today, the canal is a historic national park and a favorite place for hikers and bicyclists.

Also close at hand is the Capital Crescent Trail, Georgetown Waterfront Park, the Potomac River, and the Key Bridge Boathouse with kayak, canoe, and paddleboard rentals. There are plenty of great bakeries, pubs, and restaurants in the vicinity, including the Café Joint, Blue Bottle Coffee, Starbucks, Georgetown Cupcake, Clubhouse Coffee & Cocktails, 1310 Kitchen and Bar, Green Almond Pantry, Chez Billy Sud, Mr. Smith’s of Georgetown, Mason’s Famous Lobster Rolls, and more.

To learn more about condos for sale at the Flour Mill, call Andre Perez at District Partners at Compass, 202-929-3600.

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Flour Mill condominium, dc FAQs

Q: Do any of the condos at Flour Mill have views of the Potomac River?

A: Yes, there are quite a few residences that have views of the river, and/or the canal.

Q: Is there a general price range for condo resales at Flour Mill?

A: Recent sales have generally ranged from the mid six figures to low seven figures.

Q: Is there a Metrorail station in the area?

A: The Foggy Bottom-GWU Metro is the closet station.

Q: How far is it from the Flour Mill to the Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts?

A: The distance is approximately one mile.

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