Wadsworth House

About Wadsworth House

The 32 units at Wadsworth House put you right on the Georgetown waterfront and give you the luxury of living in one of the city’s most historic, popular, and tony neighborhoods. This five-story building dates back to 1980 but contains many renovated and refreshed units with comfortable floor plans and plenty of modern features and fixtures. On the property, residents can enjoy a quick workout in the building’s exercise room; can exercise and socialize while playing a game in the building’s squash court; can live an uncluttered lifestyle with extra storage; and can even meet up with neighbors and friends in the common grounds. Much of what makes Wadsworth House such a great property is its immediacy to the Potomac River. In just a few blocks, you can be enjoying evening cocktails at Sequoia DC, tucking into a great dinner at Farmers Fishers Bakers, savoring some of the best cupcakes you’ve ever eaten at Baked & Wired, and taking fun strolls along Georgetown Waterfront Park. To your north: the C&O Canal Towpath and all the high-end shopping the M Street strip has to offer.

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1045 31st St NW, Washington, DC 20007

  • Neighborhood Georgetown
  • Building Type Mid-Rise
  • Ownership Condo

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Amenities at Wadsworth House

Building Amenities

  • Fitness Center
  • Racquetball / Squash
  • Sauna
  • Nearest Rail Station: Foggy Bottom

Parking Features

  • Garage

Unit Amenities

  • Air Conditioned

Pet Policy

  • No Pets Allowed

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