3303 Water Street Condominiums - Washington, DC 

Those searching for the ultimate in luxury condos for sale in Washington, DC need look no further. Georgetown’s 3303 Water Street offers 72 residences with prices starting at a million dollars and climbing nearly to the $10 million mark. It’s a lot of money to drop but you’ll also get plenty in return—huge floor plans in a new building, breathtaking views of the Potomac River and amenities galore.

Located steps from the water, this nine-story condominium was completed in 2004. The exterior is a picture of glass and steel modernity with its massive windows and sharp angles. Entering the building, a visitor is treated to an elegant main lobby with 24-hour doorman and concierge service. But the VIP treatment doesn’t stop at ground zero. Two-story lobbies are present at each and every residential level!

The condos themselves are stunning, ranging from around 1,000 to over 6,000 square feet in size. The massive floor-to-ceiling window walls allow floods of natural light, as well as amazing views. Private outdoor spaces come with most models, including French balconies, terraces or patios.

Gleaming wide-plank hardwood floors add another great dimension, as do soaring ceilings and unbelievably large rooms. The European-style open kitchens resemble something out of a magazine shoot with their granite counters and stainless steel Sub-Zero refrigerators and Gaggenau or Miele ovens. The baths are equally impressive with marble floors, spa tubs, frameless showers and top designer fixtures.

Developed by EastBanc, 3303 Water Street offers tons of other perks. How about a state of the art gym, heated rooftop pool, rooftop decks and gardens, a party room, business centers and parking? With views of the Potomac, the Friends of Georgetown Waterfront Park, the Chesapeake and Ohio Towpath Canal and the District of Columbia itself, this is a condominium that speaks exclusivity.

Of course, there’s also the neighborhood to consider. Georgetown has long been one of DC’s top places to live. Favored by bankers, politicians and diplomats, it’s also home to Georgetown University which adds a welcome youthful spirit. With countless upscale boutiques, waterfront restaurants and fun bars, this is an amazing place to live.