Residences at Ritz-Carlton for Sale | Georgetown

Located at 3150 S Street NW, Washington, DC 20007

Condos for sale at the Residences at Ritz-Carlton in Georgetown are extremely spacious, luxurious and yes, quite expensive. Recent prices have ranged from around $2.75 million to $10 million. These are truly spectacular city homes with all the bells and whistles.

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Located at 3150 South Street, NW at the corner of 31st Street, the five-story building was delivered in 2003. Developed by EastBlanc, it is part of a larger complex that includes the Ritz-Carlton Georgetown Hotel, housed in a renovated 1934 industrial building with a soaring brick smokestack. Other components include a 14-screen AMC Lowes movie theater, and upscale food and drink experiences such as The Living Room, The Yard and Degrees Bistro. There’s also a Hershey’s Ice Cream and the Bank of Georgetown.

Other very elite condominiums in Georgetown include 3303 Water Street, Flour Mill, and Washington Harbour.

Luxury Condos At Ritz Carlton Georgetown in Washington DC For Sale

The Residences at Ritz Carton are situated between the C&O Canal and the Potomac River. And get this, every single condo has views of the river from every room. That’s about as good as you’ll get from any waterfront property in Washington, DC.

Floorplans run from two to five bedrooms, with sizes ranging from 2,300 to 6,000 square feet. Some units have more than one level, plus four of the penthouses have private roof decks. The expansive dwellings sport high ceilings and combinations of exotic hardwood flooring, marble, tile and carpet. Other interior features include lavish marble baths, dressing rooms, libraries, walk-in closets, floor-to-ceiling windows, wide outdoor terraces, fireplaces and gourmet kitchens with top end appliances and fixtures.

There are certain perks to buying a condominium that is integrally wed to a 5-Star hotel. How about valet parking, housekeeping, and in-home dining and catering? Residents also have access to the hotel’s bar and the Lobby Lounge, as well as a state-of-the-art fitness center and spa. The pet-friendly Residences at Ritz-Carlton also have their own concierge, doorman, porter and 24/7 security.

There’s plenty of Georgetown attractions right outside this amazing complex as well. Baked & Wired, Il Canale, Filomena Ristorante, Fiola Mare, Farmers Fishers Bakers, Blues Alley Club and City Tavern Club are all within strolling distance. The same goes for the river, the canal towpath, Georgetown Waterfront Park and too many great retailers to mention. 

Luxury Residential Living, the Ritz-Carlton Way

The Ritz-Carlton hotel chain dates back over a century, although the one that created the most lasting impression, setting the bar for the future of the upscale chain, was the Ritz-Carlton in Boston, Massachusetts. The latest wrinkle in the luxury brand occurred when Ritz-Carlton opened their first Residences condominium in Washington, DC in 2000.

Since then, the company has expanded the concept of integrating hotel and condo sites. The idea of pairing elegant dwellings with full-service amenities such as private chefs for in-residence meals, helped spur rapid expansion. Ritz-Carlton now offers their Residences in most major cities including Boston, Miami Beach, New York City, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Chicago and multiple locations in Hawaii, just to name a few. There are two Ritz-Carlton condominiums in Washington, DC: the one in Georgetown and one in the West End as well.  Ritz-Carlton condominiums can also be found all around the globe.

The lifestyle experience doesn’t end with hotels and condos, however. Ritz-Carlton is also in the resorts business, and has also expanded into luxury yacht cruises, starting with three gargantuan yachts with 149 suites, each with its own private terrace. The inaugural season for this latest pampered service is 2020.

The Georgetown Waterfront

Georgetown’s waterfront predates Washington as a city, going back more than 300 years to the days of colonial farmers, merchants and exporters. In 2011, after decades of planning, the 11-acre Georgetown Waterfront Park opened, offering a promenade to stroll upon, rain gardens, grassy areas and terraced steps leading down to the bands of sand along the Potomac River. From simple pleasures like feeding the geese to sitting at a sidewalk café and watching the world go by, the river’s edge is a delightful place to be.

You can also get out on the water yourself, with canoes, kayaks, standup paddleboards and sailboats. The Key Bridge Boathouse and Washington Canoe Club are easy walking distance from the Ritz-Carlton Georgetown. As mentioned above, the condos are also next-door to the famous Chesapeake and Ohio (C&O) Canal, dating back to the mid-1800s. The old towpaths where horses once pulled wooden boats through a series of locks, have been preserved and are now excellent places to hike. You can even ride in a replica boat!

With all the shops, bars, restaurants, live music, movies, galleries and other activities, the Georgetown waterfront is one of the nation’s premiere destination places for visitors. But it’s also an awesome place to live! To learn more about luxury condos for sale at the Ritz-Carlton Residences in Georgetown, call Andre Perez at District Partners at Compass (202) 798-3600.

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Listing information last updated on November 18th, 2019 at 8:16pm EST.

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