18 New Luxury Condos in Georgetown
Historic former Civil War Hospital transformed into upscale living.
Since 1826, The Colonial at 1315 30th Street NW has been occupied by patrons and frequent visitors included Martin Van Buren, James Buchanan, Daniel Webster, Henry Clay, Andrew Johnson, General Fremont, and other notables of the era.
Following the defeat of Union forces at the first Battle of Bull Run, the building was used as an army general hospital during the remainder of the Civil War, after which it was converted into apartments.
This historic property is now being transformed into 18 luxury condos by premier Capital Region builder, Golden Eagle Group.
The Colonial is located in Georgetown's East Village near Dumbarton Oaks, Evermay, and Tudor Place.
Preserving the architectural heritage of the property, the condos will feature luxury on-trend finishes: exposed brick walls, outdoor terraces, individual storage rooms, and parking spaces on a first come, first served basis.
The one and two bedroom units will offer spacious floor plans with high ceilings, hardwood floors, open, gourmet kitchens, spa-like baths, and smart home technology including Google Nest video doorbells, thermostats, and smoke detectors.
Nate Guggenheim and Anne Savage, and Robert Hryniewicki, Adam Rackliffe, Christopher Leary, and Micah Smith of HRL Partners at Washington Fine Properties have listed 1315 30th Street #1A offered at $1,690,00. This 1,326 square foot luxury condo features 2 bedroom and 3 baths.
Occupancy expected in December 2023.
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