3303 Water Street Condos for Sale, Georgetown

Located at 3303 Water Street NW, Washington, DC 20007

The 3303 Water Street condominium in Washington, DC represents an elite level of luxury living. Condos for sale at this elite Georgetown address start at a cool million bucks and quickly climb from there. In fact, listings can go as high as $9 million! Quite obviously, this is not a place for bargain hunters.

3303 Water Street Condos for Sale

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Developed by EastBanc and completed in 2004, this nine-story luxury condominium building stands at the edge of the Potomac River in one of the District’s most exclusive neighborhoods. There are 72 residences here with floor plans ranging in size from around 1,000 to over 6,000 square feet. Imagine having a condo that’s bigger than most mansions? From the highly contemporary exterior with its glass and steel design to eye-popping penthouses, 3303 Water Street truly represents life at the top.

Condo For Sale at 3303 Water Street in Washington DC

Not only is there an elegant main lobby with front doorman and 24-hour concierge service, the building also has additional two-story lobbies at each upper level. Residents also enjoy secure parking, a state of the art gym, a party room, business center, roof deck with incredible views and a heated swimming pool.

But all of this is just a prelude to the residences themselves. Huge living spaces are complemented by floor-to-ceiling window walls allowing banks of light to wash over wide-plank hardwood floors. Many of the units also have private outdoor spaces, whether balconies, patios or terraces. The open Euro-style gourmet kitchens feature custom cabinets, granite counters and top-brand stainless steel appliances including Sub-Zero, Miele and Gaggenau. Also notable are the stunning spa baths with their deep soaking tubs, frameless showers and marble and limestone finishes.

The breathtaking views at 3303 Water Street are yet another selling point, featuring the Potomac River, the Chesapeake and Ohio Canal, the Friends of the Georgetown Waterfront Park and the DC skyline itself. Residents might also wish to exit their sumptuous digs every now and then, to dine at the waterfront, shop at the many designer boutiques or gather groceries at Whole Foods or Trader Joe’s.

The Charm of Georgetown

Often considered Washington’s premiere residential neighborhood, it is also one of the country’s top destination places. From cobblestone streets to the historic waterfront, this is a place that’s loaded with charm. Among the many attractions and amenities are top restaurants, upscale shopping boutiques, top art galleries and the old C&O Canal—a perfect place to hike and reflect.

This is also where some of the priciest real estate in the District can be found. Whether it’s grand antique mansions, Federal-style town houses or luxury condos for sale, Georgetown is generally regarded as DC’s most desirable place to live. Of course, there are many who would dispute this opinion, pointing to their own beloved neighborhoods such as Dupont Circle, Kalorama, Adams Morgan or the urban excitement of Downtown. But rest assured, Georgetown earns a place either at or near the top of virtually any list.

The neighborhood predates Washington itself with roots going back to 1751 when it was founded as a shipping port for farmers of tobacco and other cash crops. The community is made up of multiple parts including the East Village and West Village, with Wisconsin Avenue as a dividing line. Although certainly not a hard and fast rule, there tends to be more large estates and mansions in the East Village with more bars, restaurants, shops, brick row houses and Georgetown University in the West Village. Some of the oldest buildings in Washington can be found in Georgetown, including the Old Stone House which was constructed in 1765.

3303 Water Street is in the western sector but it’s also in what is arguably Georgetown’s most sought after area—the old waterfront. The building overlooks the canal and is less than a block from Georgetown Waterfront Park. This perfect location makes for all sorts of fun opportunities—kayaking, cycling, shopping or just relaxing at a sidewalk café and watching the world go by.

3303 Water Street FAQ’s

Frequently Asked Questions

Q: Is 3303 Water Street in Georgetown’s East Village or West Village?

A: Named for its street address, 3303 Water Street is in Georgetown’s West Village. The popular condominium is west of Wisconsin Avenue, overlooking the C& O Canal, and less than a half block from Georgetown Waterfront Park.

Q: What sort of amenities does the building provide?

A: Residents enjoy a staffed main level lobby with 24 hour concierge service, additional upper level lobbies, a rooftop deck, a heated swimming pool, a state-of-the-art fitness center, a community room, a business center, and secure parking.

Q: Is this a walkable neighborhood?

A: It is very walkable. The C&O Canal hiking trail is steps away, as is the Capital Crescent Trail. You can stroll to Georgetown Waterfront Park and the Potomac River, the Key Bridge Boathouse, and countless restaurants, bakeries, and boutique retailers.

Q: How far is it from 3303 Water Street to Georgetown University?

A: Depending on the route you take, the distance is between 0.7 and 1.1 miles.

Transit Options in Georgetown

Residents at 3303 Water have the luxury of secure parking, meaning you can exit the garage in your motor vehicle and head in any number of directions, including across the Key Bridge—just two blocks away—to Arlington on the other side of the Potomac. As for public transit, the Foggy Bottom-GWU Metro Station with its Blue, Orange and Silver Lines is reasonably close by.

But Georgetown is also one of Washington’s best places to live or visit for those who enjoy being on foot. In fact, it has a Walk Score of 96! And, 3303 Water Street is certainly in one of the most stroll-friendly parts of a very walk friendly community. There’s also bicycles, roller blades and even the ever growing sea of electric scooters.

Also worth noting, the Capital Crescent Trail leads from Georgetown to Bethesda and beyond—a great way to walk, jog or bicycle through the scenic environment, all the way up to Maryland! To learn more about luxury condos for sale at 3303 Water Street, or other buildings in the Washington area, please call Andre Perez at District Partners at Compass at (202) 798-3600. 


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