St. Nicholas Condominium

Located at 2230 California Street NW, Washington, DC 20008 | Kalorama

With its boxy angles and jutting cornices, the six-story St. Nicholas is one of Kalorama’s most notable condominium communities. Located along California Street between Phelps Place and 23rd Street NW, the former apartment building is comprised of the East Wing and the West Wing, both connected via a central lobby and a front entrance and awning. Inspired by Beaux Arts and Georgian Revival design influences, the structure is tall and imposing, with a white painted brick facade, and tall walls topped by hedges.

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St. Nicholas dates to 1917 and was more renovated and converted to just 31 spacious condominium residences in 2012.Among the many highlights are upper level penthouses with expansive private rooftop terraces. Two of the lower level residences occupy the space where a grand ballroom once existed. Floorplans generally range from around 1,300 to over 3,000 square feet of living space, with two to three bedrooms, and up to three full baths. These former apartment rentals exhibit Old World charm and grace while also enjoying renovations and updates that bring them forward into the new modern era of luxury lifestyles

Condo units at St. Nicholas typically have restored hardwood floors, formal dining rooms, built-ins, and large gourmet kitchens that have often been opened up to the living room area, and additionally updated with granite counters and stainless steel appliances. Wood-burning fireplaces are common, as are large rectangular balconies with corner support beams. Bathrooms are also nicely updated, margining both vintage and contemporary sensibilities. The building has a parking garage, a recently renovated fitness center, a lobby, and extra storage. Trash and recycling are picked up from residents’ doors.

St. Nicholas is on a leafy and gently hilly street with neighboring historic buildings. This particular area is known as the Kalorama Triangle Historic District. Mitchell Park is right next-door, with other nearby greenspaces including Kalorama Park, and Rock Creek Park. There are a number of other historic buildings that have gone condo in the neighborhood, including The Carthage, 2309 Connecticut, and The Dresden. You’ll find numerous foreign embassies in the area, along with stately single-family mansions. Neighboring communities include Adams Morgan to the north and Dupont Circle to the south. There are numerous fine restaurants along Connecticut Avenue in next-door Dupont Circle that are within walking distance.

To learn more about condos for sale at St. Nicholas, please call Andre Perez at District Partners at Compass, 202-929-3600.

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St. Nicholas condominium, dc FAQs

Q: Is parking available at St. Nicholas?

A: Yes, the building has a parking garage.

Q: Are there Metro stations in the area if I choose not to drive?

A: The closest Metro station is the Dupont Circle Metro, less than a mile away. The Adams Morgan-Zoo/Woodley Park Metro is just over a mile away.

Q: Is St. Nicholas a pet-friendly condominium?

A: At this time, only cats are allowed. However, if you are interested in a condo at this address you can double check through the seller.

Q: How far is Georgetown from the St. Nicholas?

A: The distance is approximately a mile and a half, depending on your ultimate destination in Georgetown.

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