The Columbia Residences
2425 L St NW Washington DC 20037 - The West End
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Your dream home is waiting for you at the Columbia Residences! If you are looking for an elegant and modern condo close to Georgetown and Dupont, you have just found it. Columbia Residences couldn't be more perfectly located. Between Georgetown and Dupont Circle, and close to K Street, this community is a short walk to the World Bank and the IMF, George Washington University, the Kennedy Center and Foggy Bottom. No car? No problem! This condo complex has a Walkscore of 98. Literally everything you would ever need to live is within walking distance.
But, if you need parking, they have that too. The underground garage makes sure that your car (or bike) is always protected from sun, rain and snow.
Columbia Residences are Historic, Modern and Updated
Originally built in 1918 as the Columbia Hospital for Women, the Columbia Residences Condominiums feature 225 beautiful units housed within three buildings. There are a variety of floor plans ranging from a 649 square foot 1 bedroom to nearly 1800 square foot 3 bedroom condos. Some of the units are 2 levels with spiral staircases and fantastic terraces perfect for summer barbecues!
You can expect modern spacious layouts with hardwood floors, Poggenpohl kitchens with granite and stainless, and even the occasional fireplace. The bathrooms with soaking tubs, marble tiles, and beautiful detailing offer the perfect escape at the end of a busy day. The balconies are perfect for an enjoyable glass of wine as you survey Washington DC at your feet! Don't you deserve this elegance?
Fun Facts About the Columbia Residences
I love sharing the history of Washington with my clients. Many of the buildings in the city have been repurposed over the last few years as Washington begins to appreciate its rich architectural heritage. The Columbia Hospital for Women first opened in 1866 as a health care facility for wives and widows of Civil War soldiers. Columbia became a private non-profit hospital in 1953 after President Eisenhowr signed legislation transferring it to a board of directors. The faciity closed in 2002 as the result of financial difficulties and then the building was expanded and converted to condos in 2006. Among the more than 250,000 people born at Columbia Hospital for Women were Duke Ellington, Al Gore, and Katherine Heigl.
Columbia Residences Condo Fees
The condo fee at Columbia Residences covers gas, water and sewer, the pool, exercise room, billiards room, party room and meeting room, the front desk, trash removal, master insurance, and exterior maintenance. There are not many rental units, generally about 25%. You can check with the condo association to get an exact figure at any given time. Condo fees vary based on the size of the unit, starting at about $700/month for a smaller one bedroom and increasing from there.
Living at Columbia Residences
Life at the Columbia Residences is better than good - it is great! You will never be hungry here with the 28,000 square feet of commercial space on the ground level including a full sized Trader Joe's. Of course there are countless wonderful restaurants within a few steps like The Blue Duck Tavern, Rasika West End, and Char Bar. The Kennedy Center is a few blocks away to whet your interest in the arts. The world class George Washington Hospital complex is just a few blocks away too with the GW university, the World Bank, IMF, and the White House.
The Columbia Residences are a great place to call home. You can find condos for sale at the Columbia Residences (if there are any available today) as well as all the other condos for sale in the 20037 zipcode on my website.
Want to know the value of your Columbia Residences Condo?
There are a number of sites on the internet that will give you 'estimates' for what your home will sell for. These sites use public records and usually some kind of algorithm to try to produce a value for your home. These sites also publicly state their 'error rates'. That means they aren't correct, they are simply an estimate based on incomplete data. We would love to do a free comparitive market analysis of your home or condo in the West End and let you know what you could expect to get in today's market if you are considering selling.
Our valuation is based on up to the day data for homes that have recently sold in the area. Our valuation is not based on a formula that relies on public records which can take months to update. Please visit my website in order to get your free property evaluation for your home or condo in 20037.
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