“I love Georgetown! It's beautifully old, strikingly new, traditional yet exciting and definitely high end. It thrives with in-town energy and puts all the best the city has to offer at your doorstep. It's a perfect choice.”
Discover Georgetown In Washington, DC
Fabled in film and literature, acclaimed by residents and visitors, Georgetown welcomes you home to tree-lined streets and Potomac waterfront parks with gracious townhomes, historic mansions and a unique array of stunning condominiums from a re-purposed flour mill to high-end new construction.
The Charmed Life In Georgetown
Georgetown is unquestionably one of the most affluent neighborhoods in Washington and home to many of the city's politicians and lobbyists. You will share the neighborhood with Secretary of State John Kerry, Washington Post Watergate reporter and current assistant managing editor Bob Woodward, former Secretary of State Madeleine Albright, and U.S. Ambassador to China Max Baucus, among others. Numerous embassies make their home here including those of France, Mongolia, Sweden, Thailand, and Ukraine.
Landmarks recognized around the world in this lovely and gracious area include:
- The Old Stone House known as the oldest standing building in Washington
- The historic C&O Canal and tow path
- Dumbarton Oaks, Tudor House and Decatur House
- Georgetown University campus
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At Your Doorstep - Living In Georgetown
Lively by day and bustling into the night, M Street and Wisconsin Avenue abound with upscale shops, bars, restaurants and cafes offering every kind of cuisine imaginable. Fashionistas adore Georgetown for finding everything from jeans to couture in shops including:
- Sangaree and Sherman Pickey
- Lululemon Athletica
For home and design, M Street offers a dizzying array of high-end choices including Waterworks, Anne Sacks, Baker and Random Harvest. Antique stores line Wisconsin Avenue where designers and design enthusiasts alike shop for that perfect piece from antique French dining tables to master works of art. Foodies find their ingredients and prepared foods at Griffin Market and Dean & DeLuca. Be sure to save room for Georgetown Cupcake!
Dining is always a delight with such Georgetown favorites as 1789, Fiola Mare, Citronelle, Cafe Milano, Bistro Francais, Bourbon Steak, Martin’s Tavern and Clyde’s complemented by casual spots like Booeymonger and Five Guys. After dark, there’s always something happening at the Blues Alley — the classic M Street jazz and supper club.
Georgetown is located on the western end of the city along the Potomac River.
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