The Montrose is located at 3050 R Street in Northwest DC in Montrose Park, between Dumbarton Oaks Gardens and Oak Hill Cemetery, and across the street from the Jackson Art Center. The development is a renovation of the historic Hurt Home, which was built in 1897 as an assisted living facility for the blind. In 1987, ownership of the property was transferred to the city. The building later became the Devereux Children’s Center, a residential and psychiatric program for foster children.
The Montrose will house 15 new homes -- four flats each on the first and seconds floors and seven two-story units on the third floor. Some units on the second floor feature extra-large historic arched windows and high ceilings up to 11 feet. Two of the third floor units feature private elevators. Each home is sold with two parking spaces and individual storage units.
The Montrose has a wide variety of floor plans across the one, two, and three-bedroom units. The one bedroom units range from 655 to 690 square feet. The two bedroom units range from 1,290 to 2,026 with two, two and a half, or three bathrooms. Finally, the three bedroom units range from 1,700 to 2,244 square feet, also with two, two and half, or three bathrooms. Some units have windows on three sides, and some feature views of the park, river, or monuments. A few units have additional rooms like a wet bar, study, den, or family room.
The kitchens include Thermador appliances, white Carrara marble countertops, Hansgrohe faucets, and white glass tile backsplashes. The solid cherry and maple cabinets feature under cabinet lighting. Plus, the kitchen island includes a beverage refrigerator.
Check out The Montrose if you’re in the market for a high-end condo in Georgetown.