Living In Georgetown

Georgetown, home to approximately 31,000 residents, is one of the oldest and most affluent neighborhoods in Washington DC. Attractively situated on the Potomac River, this historic locale is full of charm, characterized by brick sidewalks, and historic brick-and-frame row houses. However, living in Georgetown DC is not limited to historic buildings. You can also opt for full-service, luxury condos as well.

Georgetown is the location of the world-renowned Georgetown University, and a variety of landmarks including the Chesapeake & Ohio (C&O) Canal, and the famous “Exorcist Steps“(the stone steps featured in the movie) connecting Prospect Street and M Street. It also boasts a long list of famous residents including Thomas Jefferson and John F. Kennedy.

D.C.’s premier destination on the Georgetown Waterfront

The Washington Harbour

Getting Around

While the DC Metro is close to Georgetown, the neighborhood does not have a dedicated Metro stop. However, commuters are well-catered for with the DC Circulator bus system. In addition to the bus system there are several other ways to visit.

If traveling by car, there are several parking lots and garages available if you cannot find open street parking. However be sure to take care when parking on the street as there are several rules and restrictions to abide by.