Originally built in the 19th century, our beautiful three-story Georgetown row house is fully updated while still maintaining its historic federal charm.
The street level entrance brings you to a small foyer. To the left of the foyer is a den with a full-sized sleeper sofa, full bath and a small walk-in closet. The brand new washer and dryer are also on this floor.
A flight of stairs leads you to the main floor which features an open floor plan and original heart-of-pine floors throughout.
The well appointed chef's kitchen includes a cozy breakfast nook. From the kitchen, French doors open to a private garden patio perfect for morning coffee or evening cocktails.
The rest of the main level is divided between an elegant formal dining room and a cozy living room with a large feather-down sectional, entertainment system and double-sided gas fireplace. There is also a powder room located on this floor.
The top floor features two master suites each with a private full bath.
The larger master suite at the rear of the house features floor-to-ceiling windows overlooking the rear patio and garden. The king size Tempurpedic bed affords a distant view of the Washington monument. The adjoining master bath includes a double-sink vanity, a marble walk-in shower, and a clawfoot tub.
The second master suite at the front of the house features a plush queen size bed, views of the street below, and an attached bathroom with a large marble shower.
A stroll through the historic neighborhood with its beautiful tree lined streets, stately row houses, and rich history transports you to another time.
Dine at Billy Martin's Tavern, where JFK proposed to Jackie. Take a walking tour of the houses that the Kennedy's lived in during their time in Washington, many of which are on our street. Enjoying shopping on famous M Street or take a walk along the 180-year-old Chesapeake & Ohio Canal. Head down to Washington Harbour, with close-up views of the Potomac river, Roosevelt Island and the Kennedy Center. Or visit Dumbarton Oaks, the former home of Mildred and Robert Woods Bliss. The exceptional garden features an antique Provençal fountain, a mini Roman amphitheater, and a 16th-century-style arbor.
When you're ready to see the rest of what D.C. has to offer, you'll find the White House, Capitol, monuments, and Smithsonian museums are all within three miles of our home.
Our house is very close to Georgetown University, George Washington University, the National Cathedral, and the Kennedy Center.
Conveniently located in the heart of Georgetown near the intersection of N St and Wisconsin Avenue, our house is literally steps from all the shopping, dinning and entertainment Georgetown has to offer.
If you are here to visit your son or daughter, it is only a six block walk to Georgetown University and ten blocks to George Washington University.
There are multiple bus routes that stop within a block or two our home, including the Circulator, a bus designed with tourists in mind that has routes throughout the city.
Dupont Circle Metro and Foggy Bottom Metro are both one mile from our house and reachable by bus transfer.
Of course taxis are ubiquitous, and Uber Car Service is also readily available. Both taxis and Uber accept major credit cards.
Other Things to Note
Like all big cities Washington can be noisy. Homes in Georgetown are right on the street, and the older homes you'll find here are generally not the most soundproof. If you are sensitive to noise you may want to consider alternative accommodations.