Having worked in Georgetown for the past 7 years, I am confident in my extensive knowledge of this historic community. As D.C.’s oldest neighborhood, Georgetown is the quaint answer to Washington’s busy and fast-paced feel. The original row houses and townhomes are complemented by cobblestone streets and 18th and 19th century architecture, boasting a long list of famous residents. Nowadays, Georgetown is a shopping destination and home to some of D.C.’s most famed restaurants. Whether it’s the tucked away options of Cady’s Alley, the dining options in this neighborhood are unparalleled, offering its residents and visitors a range of cuisines. Home to Georgetown University, the neighborhood is a blend of active students and families who love to take advantage of the outdoor options, given the convenience of the C&O Canal running and bike trail, and many kayaking and boating options. With easy access to Arlington, Virginia and all commuter routes, Georgetown is a terrific option for those who work or attend schools outside of the District. Contact me if you’d like an insider tour of all Georgetown has to offer!