on Friday, February 15th, 2013 at 1:20pm.
Georgetown Row homes for sale are among the most sought after properties in the District, with their close proximity to a bevy of great restaurants and shopping and location in one of the more historic areas in the nation’s capitol.
Georgetown row homes for sale include a good number of listings right now, many of which are small but with high-end features that make for comfortable and social living. Others offer homeowners extraordinary square footage for city living, but are priced in the millions.
Georgetown, which once served as a shipping area, has a storied past in the District. Now, its C&O canal waterway which once served as a transportation route for shipping goods to Ohio, provides an attractive recreation area for residents and visitors. Georgetown quickly evolved from a shipping area to a fashionable and classy shopping district and row homes for sale there attract a slew of buyers for these reasons.
Among the more expensive Georgetown row homes for sales are a seven-bedroom, 6,598-square-foot row home on N Street NW lists for nearly $8 million, offering spacious living, two fireplaces and three-car parking. Nearby, a four-bedroom, 6,150-square-foot row home lists for $4.6 million with five finished levels. Georgetown row homes for sale like these are impressive and the market abounds with them right now, though like home prices throughout the area, prices here are generally increasing.
Row homes in Georgetown are also in reach to renters, but the rental rates are higher than in many other parts of the District. Row home rental options include a three-bedroom, 1,400-square-foot home on 34th Street for $3,350 per month and a two-bedroom, 988-square-foot row home on 34th Street for $3,700 per month, according to Rock Creek Realty listings.
Buyers in the market for some of the more elite properties in Washington D.C. can start hunting by browsing listings of Georgetown row homes for sale.