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1825 New Hampshire Ave Nw, Washington, 20009, DC

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Windermere-Harrowgate Description
The Windermere-Harrowgate, a fully-renovated historic gem located at New Hampshire Avenue and 17th Street in Dupont Circle, truly defines “affordable luxury.”

Rising majestically over the Dupont Circle neighborhood, this beautiful residential building offers upscale living for the DC professional.

Beyond the entrance, a tree-lined street leads the way to an assortment of local treasures—classy boutiques, tasty restaurants, impressive museums, and bustling bars.

Explore a little further, and you’ll discover other neighborhood riches, from splashing fountains and Spanish steps to indie bookstores and electric nightclubs.

When you live at The Windermere-Harrowgate, the wonders of DC lie at your footsteps.

Contact us today to make these convenient, comfortable and stylish studio, one-bedroom, and two-bedroom apartments your first-class home in the heart Washington, D.C.
Floor Plans
Layout Size Price
Studio $1,475
Studio $1,650
Studio $1,825
Studio $1,875
1 bed / 1 bath $2,325
1 bed / 1 bath $2,375
1 bed / 1 bath $2,375
2 bed / 1 bath 941 sqft $3,050
* Prices, specials, and floorplan availability subject to change without notice
Windermere-Harrowgate Amenities
Unit Level
Hardwood Floor
On Site Laundry
Walk In Closet
In Unit Laundry
Community Level
Controlled Access
On Site Laundry
Fitness Center
Onsite Management
User Reviews
Reviews around the Neighborhood
unknown user
13th and U Streets NW
Awesome neighbourhood full of bars and restaurants and character and just a fun filled place.
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UVA, Booz Allen Hamilton
Courthouse Hill Condominiums
Very popular condo complex in great area of Arlington (close to shopping, nightlife, metro, but set off from main traffic). Well recognized upon opening in late 90s, a bit older now but still one of the best around.
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UVA, Booz Allen Hamilton
Belvedere Condos
Rosslyn is a great central location, two metro lines, across the river from DC, easy access to all highways and many big DC companies have offices in this neighborhood. As a primarily work-focused neighborhood, most restaurants here are chain lunches (Chipotle, Subway, Quiznos), but there are a couple of staples for happy hours (Cafe Asia, Continental Pool Lounge, and Piola).
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UVA, Booz Allen Hamilton
Archstone Courthouse Place
This is one of three Archstone properties within a block of this metro, and is likely the most affordable. Great amenities, across from the metro, and walkable to DC's best steak restaurant and many Arlington hotspots. Only issue is Archstone is notorious for huge rent increases once they get you in their building.
unknown user
Great Area
The location is fabulous for folks working in and around the DC metro area. Easy access to subway (orange line), convenient to both airports (DCA and IAD), and much cheaper/more space than most of DC. You are never more than a 10min cab ride into Georgetown too!
unknown user
Best location in DC
This was the perfect location between Dupont, Georgetown, and Foggy Bottom. The downside is that it was expensive and rampant with GU kids. 2400M was a nice building, but they were increasing prices like crazy, and the GU kids were tripling-up in the rooms.
review user
Close to Adamns Morgan & Dupont
This is a great location because it's two blocks away from Adams Morgan. Awesome nightlife, bars, restaurants, etc. It's also close to Dupont. The one negative is that it isn't close to a Metro stop which makes communiting a bus affair.
unknown user
Stanford, Dartmouth
Clarendon 1021
This is a pretty chic area full of 20- and 30-something working professionals, and Clarendon 1021 is full of them. The rooftop pool and views are awesome and made my summers at Clarendon 1021 awesome.
unknown user
Pet friendly!
One of the few DC apartment buildings that allows dogs over 50 pounds.
review user
Best Location in the city
Right off of 14th Street with access to both the new restaurants and shops of 14th Street, near the P Street Wholefoods, and walking distance to U Street bars is the best place right now to live in DC. Lots of new hotspots going in all the time and development in the housing market. You can walk to everything and the neighborhood has an ecclectic and vibrant feel.
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