Neighborhood
Georgetown

1058 Thomas Jefferson Street

1058 Thomas Jefferson Street is a small two-story brick building, now used as an office building.  It was constructed in 1810.  This door is on the canal side of the building.

Neighborhood
Georgetown

1055 Thomas Jefferson Street

1055 Thomas Jefferson Street, The Foundry, is a 7-story brick office building, on the C&O Canal in Georgetown.

Neighborhood
Georgetown

Potomac Boat Club

The Potomac Boat Club was founded in 1869.  In 1908, the current boathouse was built at 3530 Water Street NW.  The two-story wood-frame building is white with green trim.  It sits between the canal and the Potomac River.  On the Potomac side, there are boat ramps from the building into the water.  Membership areas are […]

Neighborhood
Georgetown

3039 O St. NW

3039 O St. NW is a two-story brick rowhouse, with brick and stone trim.  It was built in 1870.

Neighborhood
Georgetown

3435 R St. NW

3435 R St. NW is a large two-story apartment building, brick with stone trim.  It was built in 1928, and contains 17 apartments.

Neighborhood
Georgetown

2800 O St. NW

2800 O St. NW is a two-story brick house, built in 1900.

Neighborhood
Georgetown

3000 K St. NW

3000 K St. NW is one of the buildings in the Washington Harbour complex on the Potomac River in Georgetown.  The complex was completed in 1986, designed by Arthur Cotton Moore in the post-modern style.

Neighborhood
Georgetown

Divine Science Church

The Divine Science Church of the Healing Christ is at 2025 35th St, NW.  The church building is white stucco and clapboard, with green wood trim in a Tudor style, and stained glass windows.  The Divine Science Church was founded in 1887, and this building became the D.C. location for the church in 1956.

Neighborhood
Georgetown

1719 35th St. NW

1719 35th St. NW is a two-story brick apartment building, with 19 units. It was built in 1926.

Neighborhood
Georgetown

3219 O Street NW – The Hyde School

The Hyde School, at 3219 O St. NW, is a public elementary school.  It was built in 1911 by architect Arthur B. Heaton, of brick with stone trim.  It is two stories, with 15 foot ceilings and large windows.