Washington Harbour is a stunning waterfront condo complex located in Georgetown right along the Potomac River. Residents buy the panoramic views, which span the monuments all the way to the Kennedy Center. The 5-story complex was built in 1984 and includes nearly three-dozen individual housing units. Ground floor retail includes restaurants and outdoor seating overlooking the harbor and the boat docks. Once primarily a commercial harbor, the location now includes a mix of retail space, offices and upscale condominiums. While the area is extremely popular with visitors, the contemporary Washington Harbor condominium complex is also extremely private and secure. Read more about Washington Harbour Condos.
Beautiful 3br/3ba Condo Overlooking The Potomac/waterfront. This Stunning Unit Is Located In The Penthouse Of The Washington Harbor & Features Gorgeous Hardwood Floors Throughout, Updated Appliances/amenities, & Spacious Bedrooms/baths. The Living Room, Din...
Approximately 2,400 Square Feet Of Stunning Design Featuring 2 Bedrooms And 2 1/2 Baths, Gourmet Kitchen With Viking 6 Gas Burner Cooktop And Thermador Wall Ovens, Marble Baths, And 3 Private Balconies. Formal Dining And Living Rooms Feature Large Window...
Amazing 2300+ Square Feet Of Living Space In Breathtaking Washington Harbour In Georgetown And Features Brand New Brazilian Hardwood Floors Throughout, Marble Baths, 2 Fireplaces, Private Balcony View Wrapped Around Entire Unit, Picture Windows That Flood...
Seller Will Pay $25,000 Toward Condo Fees For An Offer Accepted By 3/31/2021. Embrace The Good Life At Georgetown’s Iconic Washington Harbour. This Impeccably Updated Riverfront Residence Offers A Luxurious 2,528 Square Foot Floor Plan, With Massive Open L...
Today, Washington Harbour is home to a mix of 35 one- and two-bedroom units with balconies. Some of these are luxury penthouses commanding more than 4,000 square feet of living space and offering sweeping views of the Potomac River from their huge terraces.
Washington Harbour Finishes
With hardwood and marble flooring, soaring ceilings and wood burning fireplaces, Washington Harbour is luxurious in every respect. The homes feature gourmet kitchens, as well as formal dining rooms and living rooms. In addition, expect to find a large amount of closet space within the homes. The large windows allow for plenty of natural light within the units, and some homes include the addition of a maid’s room.
Washington Harbour Amenities
Amenities of Washington Harbour include an outdoor rooftop swimming pool and secure garage parking that conveys with most units. This building also accommodates pets, and includes a concierge, business center, an exercise room and extra storage space for residents to use.
Located on K Street between 31st Street and Thomas Jefferson Street, Washington Harbour is within easy walking distance of the Foggy Bottom Metro Station as well as all of the Georgetown attractions. Residents need only to walk outside to stroll along the boardwalk, watching the boats and experiencing views of Key Bridge, Watergate and the Kennedy Center. In addition, the location provides a front row seat to live outdoor entertainment, plus the DC area’s largest outdoor ice rink during the winter months, and numerous dining locations.
Located right on the Georgetown waterfront, the luxurious Washington Harbour Condos invite upscale living alongside the Potomac River. With panoramic views of the water and area monuments, this desirable property makes it easy to take in various attractions in the area, from shops and restaurants to plentiful entertainment.
From the nearby boat docks to the rooftop swimming pool, the waterfront park to the incredible river views, the condos of Washington Harbour afford an impressive w... Read More
From its amazing views to its attractive mix of housing, office space, restaurants and entertainment, Washington Harbour is a favorite waterfront destination. Bordering the Potomac River, the massive mixed-use development dates back to the early 1980s, with a vibrancy that continues to entice new residents and visitors.
These days, Washington Harbour is home to several restaurants, serving up everything from pizza and sandwiches to seafood, along with plenty of options in outdoor fun ... Read More
Georgetown offers residents and visitors alike an abundant variety of outdoor activities, including a new scenic water taxi, terrace-seating at fine restaurants, kayaking and recreational sports on the Potomac River, and bicycling or jogging on a 184-mile towpath along the river. Potomac Water TaxiA new water taxi will take Georgetown residents and tourists to or from the National Mall on the Potomac River. The new service will debut soon by the Potomac Riverboat Company. The 49-seat w... Read More
The most expensive condo to sell in the District during August 2012 was in Georgetown at Washington Harbour Condos located at 3030 K St NW, 304, Washington, DC. This 2 BR / 2.5 BA / 2,249 SF condo includes one parking space. The selling price was $1.33M / $591 SF, which was 89 of the asking price.
Congratulations to Gigi Winston of Winston Real Estate for closing the most expensive condo sale in the District in August 2012.
Honorable mention for the second most expensive DC co... Read More
Tucked between the Key Bridge and the Theodore Roosevelt Bridge along Georgetown's waterfront is the exclusive Washington Harbour development. A mixed-use project featuring office space, restaurants and 35 luxury condos, Washington Harbour is one of DC's premier residential condo developments. The views up, down and across the Potomac River are spectacular and include the Kennedy Center, Washington Monument, Roosevelt Island and Key Bridge. Designed in an industrial baroque style by reno... Read More
As we celebrate President's Day here in the District, it is time to take a look at how the District has chosen to honor some of our past presidents. Looking past the monuments, DC has honored past presidents with by naming neighborhoods after them including Adams Morgan, Fort Lincoln, Garfield Heights, Lincoln Heights and Washington Highlands.
Contrary to popular belief, Georgetown was not named after George Washington, but either King George II of England or its founders George Gor... Read More
While the section of Georgetown south of M Street doesn't garner the notoriety of Georgetown's East Village and West Village, this neighborhood is home to some of the finest condo developments in the entire District. Georgetown south of M (GSOM….ok never mind) offers convenient access to several DC attractions including the Capital Crescent Trail, restaurants and nightlife on M Street, Foggy Bottom Metro, GW and Georgetown Universities and more.
This section of Georgetown has in... Read More
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