NOW OFFERING A $20,000 CREDIT TOWARDS CONDO FEES - The Edgewater Condominium hides quietly among the co-ops of Southwest. The building is a half block from the tree-lined Potomac River and one block from the brand new, bustling District Wharf. The Waterfront-SEU Green Line station is two blocks north and Nationals Park and new Audi Field are about 6 blocks east. This lovely, quiet 32-unit building was built in 1965 and designed by architect Morris Lapidus, who is renowned for his design of the Fontainebleau Hotel in Miami, Florida. Unit 307 has hardwood floors throughout the lower level, two balconies with water views in fall/winter, and ample closet space in the living areas and bedrooms. The kitchen and bathrooms are typical of buildings from the same era: still in good shape, fully functional, and colorful. The condo faces south which maximizes the sunlight all year long. The condo fees include all utilities and basic cable. One garage parking space conveys with this home, and the building has guest parking spaces available in the driveway.Edgewater Condominium is located 2 blocks from the Green Line's Waterfront station, which is one stop from Nationals Park (just 6 blocks away) and 4 stops from Crystal City and the upcoming HQ2. The Blue and Orange lines are also 6 blocks away. The water taxi stops right up the street and can take passengers to Georgetown, National Harbor, and Alexandria. You could be the one to bring your custom touch to this home today or a few years from now. It is very hard to find a two-bedroom home in the area for under $500,000 in SW DC, especially at this size.