Step into History at Georgetown’s Montrose Walk Condos

Originally constructed well more than a century ago, it’s easy to step into history at Georgetown’s Montrose Walk. The condo community gains its name from Montrose Park, which sits directly across the street, making the park of the same name just a “walk” away.

Originally built in the late 1800s and renovated and reimagined into condos nearly a century later, the property is now home to around 40 individual residences, spread out across 14 conjoined townhouses. The property is just a couple of blocks away from the nearly 100-year-old Georgetown Neighborhood Library and close to the historic Dumbarton Oaks Estate, which itself dates back to the early 1800s.

The closest farmers’ market is less than a half-mile away, while there are also several galleries, antique stores, coffee shops and more nearby. Only about a mile from Wisconsin Avenue and the waterfront, Montrose Walk additionally sits close to various restaurants.

Popular, Georgetown Waterfront Park is a fun place to take a stroll or simply relax, plus there’s a nearby boathouse, too. For hiking and biking, there’s the linear park that run alongside the old C&O Canal, while the Capital Crescent Trail leads from Georgetown to Silver Spring.

Tucked away in northern Georgetown, in between Dumbarton Park and Rock Creek Park, the nearest Metro station to Montrose Walk is the Dupont Circle station. In terms of amenities, Montrose Walk offers its residents access to a common laundry room and some common grounds, as well as extra storage space.

This pet-friendly property contains floorplans ranging from a one-bedroom to a two-bedroom plus a den, as well as a penthouse. The units of Montrose Walk typically start at less than 500 square feet of living space, but sometimes exceed 2,500 square feet of space. Common features and finishes at Montrose Walk include upgraded kitchens, separate dining rooms, fireplaces, and hardwood floors.

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