July 31, 2016


Georgetown is the oldest neighborhood in DC and features some of the most interesting and beautiful houses in the city. Lined with cobblestone streets and 18th and 19th century architecture, Georgetown was first established in 1751 and remains one of the city’s most treasured neighborhoods blending the old and new. Home to Georgetown University (Pete’s alma mater), the neighborhood is home to high end shops and restaurants along Wisconsin Avenue and M Street, fine dining on the waterfront and leafy backstreets around Dumbarton Oaks and Rose Park. If you’re looking to buy a home in Georgetown be prepared for some lofty price tags and low inventory, but also beautiful homes, serenity and walkability.


Georgetown does not have a metro, but there are several bus lines going up and down Wisconsin Avenue and M Street.


Georgetown Park, Dumbarton Oaks, Rose Park, Clyde’s, Cafe Bonaparte, La Chaumiere

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