The Montrose Condominiums

Located at 3052 R Street NW, Washington, DC 20007 | Georgetown

With its Georgian architecture including grand front columns, the Montrose is a condominium building on R Street, directly facing Montrose Park on the other side of the street. This Georgetown landmark was originally built in 1913 and was used as headquarters for the Aid Association for the Blind of the District of Columbia. A century later, the property was converted to 15 spacious condo residences that meld classic design and modern sensibilities for today’s lifestyle.

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The redevelopment of what had long been a city government owned property took years of planning and design, ultimately resulting in a tandem effort by the Argos Group and Sorg Architects to preserve key portions of the façade and structure as a whole. The deep-set original window openings helped guide the creation of new interior floorplans, with the result being 15 distinctly different layouts in an exceptionally wide array of sizes, from one to three bedrooms and from around 550 to nearly 2,500 square feet. Other condo buildings in the East Village include Sheridan Garage, Lyons Mill, and 3014 Dent.

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Located at 3052 R Street between 30th and 31st Street, the Montrose occupies a sizeable footprint for a boutique condominium, with gracious grounds and flagstone patios, and off-street parking. Some of the largest residences are two-level, including third story penthouses with interior elevators and private roof decks boasting dramatic views. The combination of original architectural details with luxurious custom finishes is quite exceptional, with open gourmet kitchens, Carrara marble countertops, Thermador appliances, six-inch wide plank floors, soaring ceilings, and designer baths with limestone walls and Waterworks fixtures.

The immediate proximity to Montrose Park, and Dumbarton Oaks Park provides a tranquil respite for residents at the pet-friendly condo community. The Jackson Art Center is next-door, and Dumbarton Oaks Museum is a block away. It’s an extremely quiet and leafy neighborhood, yet Wisconsin Avenue with all its incredible shops and restaurants is only a few blocks away. Grab your morning coffee at Janti Café or Starbucks, check out a book at the Georgetown Public Library, gather groceries at Trader Joe’s, or head to Georgetown Waterfront Park about a half-mile away for a stroll along the Potomac River.

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

The Montrose, District of Columbia FAQs

Q: Is parking available at the Montrose?

A: Yes, there is assigned off-street parking, and many units have two spaces.

Q: Is this a pet-friendly condo community?

A: Your furry friends will find a welcome home here, and there’s a dog park across the street.

Q: Could I walk to Wisconsin Avenue shops and restaurants from the Montrose?

A: Yes, it’s a leisurely three block stroll along R Street, and you’ll pass by a number of notable homes and estates along the way.

Q: When was the building converted to condos?

A: The lengthy transformation of this historic landmark was completed around 2013.

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