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Georgetown is a historic neighborhood and commercial and entertainment district located in Northwest Washington, D.C., situated along the Potomac River. Founded in 1751 in the Province of Maryland, the port of Georgetown predated the establishment of the federal district and the City of Washington by 40 years, representing the glamor of old Washington.  From Federal townhouses and Georgian mansions on gas-lit streets to the gothic spires of the university and the industrial chic of the waterfront, today’s Georgetown residents effortlessly combine tradition and trendiness.


Georgetown's charm brings many tourists and shoppers, which can lead to congestion.

Georgetown is a charming historical and sophisticated village. Visitors can enjoy a ride by bus, taking the yellow circulator, and appreciating historic places, which many offer guided tours.  The place is renowned for federalist architecture, historic brick and frame row houses, cobblestone streets, and grand estates dating back as early as the mid-1700s. Visit these historic places, many of which offer guided tours.


People who appreciate fashion and the finer things in life.

Georgetown is one of the oldest and most upscale quiet neighborhoods in Washington DC. It is home to historic million dollar row houses, the prestigious Georgetown University, the C&O Canal, and the famous "Exorcist Steps" which connect M Street to Prospect Street. Georgetown has a lot of character; Its brick sidewalks, hanging pink flowers from lampposts, and historic architecture.


A busy place with a lot of nightlife.

While other parts of the city are undergoing considerable transformations with an influx of new residents and restaurants, the pace of change happens much more slowly in Georgetown. IIt is characterized by being a quieter place, with little nightlife. Civic associations and long-standing businesses work together to ensure that new additions and alterations reflect the neighborhood's history.


Some of the most exclusive row houses and mansions in the city date back to the 19th century.

The village offers some of the oldest and most exclusive row houses and mansions in the city. A neighborhood with a national reputation, walkable streets, and a peaceful atmosphere has its cost. The average sales price of a two-bedroom house is currently $860,000, three-bedroom homes are selling for an average of $1.35 million. There are smaller houses of $500,000.


The streetscapes of the neighborhood and the lifestyle inspired by fine dining make it a pleasant place to live.

All of the streets are adorned with stunning architecture, and meticulously maintained gardens thrive throughout the springtime. 

There are numerous places to spend evenings ranging from the traditional family restaurant to bars, upscale lounges, and low-key hangouts, enjoying little cafes and jazz around the town. 

A photo of Matisse restaurant

Located next to the Potomac River, south of Woodley Park and west of Dupont Circle, Georgetown is centered at the intersection of M Street NW and Wisconsin Avenue NW, where you will find exclusive antique stores, trendy boutiques, upscale restaurants, nightclubs, and pubs, including Georgetown Cupcake, which opened in early 2008.


Newest Georgetown Homes and Condos for Sale

2 Beds 3 Baths
The Downing & Vaux condominiums offer a vibrant and sought-after living experience, and this elegant 2nd floor unit in a historic building embodies the best of it. Located in a boutique building, this private lifestyle residence boasts a southern balcony that overlooks treetop views, adding to the serene ambiance. As you enter the unit, you'll be greeted by a fireplace, high ceilings, crown moldings, hardwood floors, and recessed lighting, all contributing to the overall sophistication and charm. The abundance of natural light, thanks to multiple exposures, creates a bright and inviting atmosphere throughout the space. The kitchen is well-appointed and features ample storage and counter space, allowing for easy meal preparation and entertaining. The flexible floorplan offers versatility, allowing you to customize the space according to your needs and preferences. Convenience is also a key feature of this unit, with an in-unit washer/dryer, additional storage space and includes an elevator for easy access to the 2nd floor. This historic building seamlessly blends classic architectural elements with modern amenities, providing a unique and enjoyable living experience in the heart of the East Village. Overall, this elegant 2nd floor unit offers a combination of historic charm, natural light, and flexible living spaces, making it an ideal choice for those seeking the best of the Georgetown living experience.

1517 30th St Nw Unit #C21, Washington

Listing courtesy of Pearson Smith Realty, LLC. Contact: listinginquires@pearsonsmithrealty.com

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