Luxury homes in Georgetown are not hard to find as the entire community overlooking the Potomac River in northwest is known as one the District’s more elite areas.
Luxury homes in Georgetown, which began as a shipping port in the 1600s, include condos, townhomes and single family homes along many narrow streets and alley ways.
Listings for luxury homes in Georgetown on the west side of Wisconsin Avenue, known as West Village, include a 988-square-foot, 2BR townhome at 1606 34th Street NW and a 1,400-square-foot 3BR townhome just up the street at 1651 34th Street NW. On the east side of Wisconsin Avenue, known as East Village, listings include a 975-square-foot, 2BR at 3120 R Street NW.
Luxury homes in Georgetown, one of the oldest sections of the city and once home to John F. Kennedy and Jacqueline Kennedy, typically sell for more than luxury homes in other areas of the District, often in the millions. A recent sale of a $7 million, 6,000-square-foot home recently broke a record for most expensive luxury home sale in Georgetown’s East Village, according to the Washington Post.
Luxury homes in Georgetown offer residents easy access to a wide array of highly rated restaurants, bars and shopping, mainly along the bustling M Street commercial district. Renowned restaurants like 1789 on 36th Street, Georgetown Cupcake on M Street and Martin’s Tavern on Wisconsin Avenue are among the back-to-back eatery options in Georgetown.
While the area is noted for its many historic townhomes, the developing waterfront area along the Potomac is awash in luxury condo homes in Georgetown. These condo properties are exemplified in the Washington Harbour condos at 3030 K Street NW, selling for upwards of $1 million. Those luxury homeowners can easily enjoy the newly finished 9.5-acre Georgetown Waterfront Park. The $24 million park was funded by the D.C. and federal government along with private contributors for the entire public, not just owners of luxury homes in Georgetown.
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