Downing & Vaux

About Downing & Vaux

Few condo living experiences can compare with the Downing & Vaux Condos, which offer you the experience of living in an Italian villa right inside the Nation’s Capital – and in one of its most iconic neighborhoods, no less! Dating back to its original delivery in 1920, this three-story, 29-unit building (named after its architects, Andrew Jackson Downing and Calvert Vaux) puts you at a convenient spot midway between Dupont Circle, with all its vibrant nightlife, and Georgetown’s M Street, with all its high-end shops and boutiques. What’s nice about the Downing & Vaux Condos is that you have all of this at your fingertips but still maintain the peace, quiet, and comfort of more residential living. Nearby, you can spend a peaceful afternoon in the neighborhood’s Montrose Park or adjacent Dumbarton Oaks Park, two of the many green spaces that make this tony neighborhood such a popular place to live. Working fireplaces and grand ceilings are just two of the many features in these open-plan condo homes. Other good news: Your pets are more than welcome to join you.

 
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1517 30th St NW, Washington, DC 20007

  • Year Built1920
  • Floors3
  • Units29
  • Neighborhood Georgetown
  • Building Type 1-4 Stories
  • Ownership Condo

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