Sheridan Garage

About Sheridan Garage

Studios, bathrooms, penthouses – residents can choose their own urban living experience at Sheridan Garage. Each of the building’s 34 homes has a unique layout that makes it different from any other home in the building. Home sizes range from modest studios starting at 500 square feet up to grand 2,400 square feet for a three-bedroom penthouse unit. What they all have in common, however: oak flooring, luxurious bathrooms, gas ranges, granite counters, cherry cabinetry, and a dedicated parking space. Select units feature other modern luxuries like stainless-steel appliances, private outdoor spaces, top-of-the-line refrigerators, and ceilings that stretch up to 11 feet in height. Dating back to 1922, Sheridan Garage is a piece of history in a neighborhood where history is everywhere. The Georgetown neighborhood is home to the perfect balance of residential calm and urban noise, whether you’re strolling up for a peaceful afternoon at Montrose Park or heading down to M Street for shopping and dining. Or, take a short walk across Rock Creek and head on into Dupont Circle, where you’ll get to enjoy that neighborhood’s eclectic options.

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2516 Q St NW, Washington, DC 20007

  • Neighborhood Georgetown
  • Building Type 1-4 Stories
  • Ownership Condo

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Amenities at Sheridan Garage

Building Amenities

  • VA Approved
  • Nearest Rail Station: Dupont Circle

Parking Features

  • Garage

Unit Amenities

  • Air Conditioned
  • Gas appliances
  • W/D connections

Pet Policy

  • Cats OK
  • Dogs OK

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Robert Borlick - May 28th, 2016

I saw this unit last week. It is small but attractive. However, I was surperzed to discover that the kitchen hood is not vented to the outside, which means that cooking odors are bottled up in the unit. For a high- end conversion project this is inexcusable. Does anyone know whether the condo allows a unit owner to install a vent pipe through an outside wall? Tha last condo I owned did but every condo association is unique.

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