On the Market: A sun-filled Georgetown condo offers the best of all worlds

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Delivered in 1985, the building is a homage to the textile, flour and paper mills that stood along the river. Photo courtesy: HomeVisit

Desirable location? Check. Open layout with modern kitchen? Check. Private terrace with a view of the Potomac and the Rosslyn skyline? Check, check and check.

Residence 703, a recently updated condo located at The Flour Mill (1015 33rd St NW) checks all the boxes, and then some. It offers 1527 square feet of spacious living space and features two bedrooms with generous closets and storage, two-and-a-half baths, a terrace off the living room, vintage oak parquet floors (refinished with eco-friendly Rubio Monocoat for a rich, long-lasting patina) and a bright gourmet kitchen. It is on the market for $835,000 with a monthly condo fee of $1223, which includes basic cable and an extra storage unit.

The spacious living room opens onto a terrace. Photo courtesy: HomeVisit

To the left of the entry way is the ergonomically designed L-shaped kitchen, recently renovated with custom Shaker cabinets, veined quartz counters, and top-of-the-line stainless steel appliances. They include a Maytag refrigerator and Bosch dishwasher, five-burner glass topped induction cooktop (with Zephyr hood), wall oven, microwave and washer/dryer. A built-in desk and extra shelving at the far end add extra work and attractive display space.

The kitchen opens into the dining/living room, abundantly lit thanks to oversized sliding doors that open onto the southeast-facing terrace overlooking a landscaped courtyard below and the river beyond.

The terrace overlooks the Potomac and Rosslyn skyline. Photo courtesy: HomeVisit

The floor plan has been thoughtfully laid out with two master suites, each at opposite ends of the apartment. The smaller of the two has deep closets and enters the en-suite bath via a hallway lined with additional built-in storage. The bath has a shower/tub combo, single sink vanity and tile floors.

The ergonomic kitchen has a cool color palette and industrial vibe. Photo courtesy: Home Visit

The larger of the two masters is roomy enough for a king-sized bed and sitting area. It boasts a large walk-in closet along with two double-doored storage spaces and sleek en-suite bathroom with single-sink vanity and shower/tub combo.

Located just south of M Street, the eight-story, pet-friendly Flour Mill complex also offers front desk concierge and guaranteed garage parking for rent. It is an easy walk (or bike ride) to Georgetown’s Waterfront Park, the C&O Canal, and the neighborhood’s vibrant streets of shops and restaurants.  It is served by numerous bus lines to Foggy Bottom, GWU and downtown DC.

The two-bedroom, two-and-a-half bath condo at The Flour Mill (1015 33rd St NW) is listed for $835,000 with Washington Fine Properties. For details, contact Robert Hryniewicki, Adam T. Rackliffe and Christopher R. Leary at HRL Partners: 202-243-1620 or Robert.H@wfp.com. For a virtual tour, visit http://spws.homevisit.com/hvid/224323.