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How to Sell My Georgetown Home For More

One would think that a home in Georgetown would pretty much sell itself. False. However, the amount of work you put into selling your Georgetown home will pay serious dividends. When deciding how best to concentrate your efforts, there are a few very important things to remember:

  1. Buyers who know they’ll be spending a lot of money will be extremely judicious and want to make sure they’re getting the best combination of property and location that they can for the price.

  2. There are a lot of houses and condos to choose from. Tons.

What To Do About It

Before you even think about how best to market your house, start looking for a realtor. It’s completely worth the cost and should save you a ton of effort and headache. When

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georgetown condos for sale

Washington DC’s Georgetown neighborhood is known primarily for its impeccably preserved connection to the past. You cannot walk down its streets, let alone the C & O Canal, without acknowledging the rich history. It should come as no surprise then that residential space is limited. The neighborhood is comprised primarily of historic homes and vertical construction. If you desire--as so many do--to wake up every day in the District’s oldest and arguably most beautiful neighborhood, you’ll want to have a good look at Georgetown’s condos.

The Georgetown waterfront was dedicated for many years to industry and shipping, and the associated facilities, once obsolete, became prime spots for multi-family dwellings. Some were new builds on the sites of

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Georgetown Rowhomes

Thanks to a construction boom following the American Civil War, the dominant housing style in Georgetown is the brick rowhome. Whether you call them rowhomes, row houses, or townhouses; these attached and semi-detached dwellings are icons of class and charm and they do not come cheap. The modest, 1895-built house at 3419 Q St NW where John F Kennedy and Jacqueline Bouvier first met just hit the market for a cool $1,725,000.

The majority of Georgetown rowhomes are Federal or Victorian in style and are quite tastefully unique--many with English basements, offering considerable rental potential. As is the case in many of DC’s historic districts, architectural variance becomes a viable motif, provided that the buildings are well preserved. Georgetown

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Please note that all MLS listings are in real time. If the link is not working, it's because that property has been sold or is under contract. Don't worry, each month we compile the most expensive DC properties! Check back soon or subscribe to our newsletter for automatic updates. If you have any questions about the listings below contact us.

16th Street Heights

The most expensive 16th Street Heights home located at 4907 14th St NW is still on the market for $2,799,000. Check out last month’s Most Expensive Homes | October 2017 article for more information. Below is the 2nd most expensive home in 16th Street Heights:

Most Expensive Home in 16th Street Heights

Beginning in 16th St. Heights, 5700 16th St. NW is a gorgeous traditional home on the market at $1.6 million. Enjoy all of

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Please note that all MLS listings are in real time. If the link is not working, it's because that property has been sold or is under contract. Don't worry, each month we send out the best investment properties! Check back soon or subscribe to our newsletter for automatic updates.

16th Street Heights

The two most expensive 16th Street Heights homes located at 4907 14th St NW and 5937 16th St NW are still on the market for $2,799,000 and $1,260,000. Check out last month’s Most Expensive Homes | September 2017 article for more information. Below is the 3rd most expensive home in 16th Street Heights:

Most Expensive Home in 16th Street Heights

Beginning in 16th St. Heights is 1358 Ingraham St NW, a gorgeous five-bedroom Colonial that is currently on the market for $1.1 million. This

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The most expensive DC homes for sale in September 2017.

Please note that all MLS listings are in real time. If the link is not working, it's because that property has been sold or is under contract. Don't worry, each month we send out the best investment properties! Check back soon or subscribe to our newsletter for automatic updates.

16th Street Heights

The most expensive 16th Street Heights home located at 4907 14th St. NW is still on the market for $2,799,000. Check out last month’s Most Expensive Homes | August 2017 article to view it now. Below is the 2nd most expensive home in 16th Street Heights.

5937 16th St. NW in 16th St. Heights is a Colonial currently on sale for $1.2 million. This stylish home includes a beautiful open

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The most expensive DC homes for sale in August 2017.

16th Street Heights

In 16th St. Heights, 4907 14th St. NW is on the market for $2,790,000. This unique home has 10 bedrooms and 9.5 baths. It would make a wonderful embassy, church, rental property, or AirBnB, you name it! There’s a two-level carriage house with 1 bedroom and 1 bath.

Brightwood

1343 Somerset Place NW in Brightwood is currently being sold for $729,900. This 4 bedroom, 4 bathroom home has four levels of hardwood floors and a full finished basement. With 1,987 sqft. this home is true suburban living in the city!

Chevy Chase

In Chevy Chase, 3829 Livingston St. NW is more of a modern design than many of the historical homes in D.C. Enjoy four sunlit levels, 5

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A compilation of the most expensive homes sold in June 2017 in key D.C. neighborhoods.

The month of June was a wildly successful month as far as home sales. The most expensive homes sold in some key areas are all unique and different and boasting their own spectacular amenities.

16th Street Heights


In 16th St. Heights, 1626 Nicholson St. NW sold for $850,000. It includes a whopping FIVE bedrooms, three full baths and one half bath. The Colonial style home was built in 1928 and is just steps to Rock Creek Park. The large deck is beautifully serene and the two-car garage is perfect for busy families.

Chevy Chase


Moving on to Chevy Chase, 3718 Ingomar St. NW sold for $1.38 million. The truly gorgeous Dutch Colonial is close to Military Rd. and

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Summer happenings (festivals, concerts, events, etc.) in Georgetown.

Looking to buy in Georgetown? You’ll want to hear about all these exciting summer happenings in the area. If you’re a movie buff, the Georgetown Business Improvement District will be holding their annual Sunset Cinema Summer Outdoor Movie Series. The schedule’s theme is all about celebrating women and women in the movies. Check out the lineup.

If you want to get a workout in, the Georgetown BID also hosts a Sunset Fitness in the Park series that begins June 7th and ends August 30th. Come for Core Power Yoga, Fuel Body Lab or barre3 classes. View class info.

Beginning June 5th, there is a weekly Sunday Farmer’s Market from 10 a.m.-2 p.m. at the corner of Wisconsin and P St. NW.

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A compilation of the most expensive homes sold in May 2017 in key D.C. neighborhoods.

An array of gorgeous homes were sold last month in key neighborhoods around D.C. These are the most expensive homes sold.

16th Street Heights

16th St. Heights, a Craftsman home sold at $1.25 million, just under the asking price. The expansive home is five bedrooms, perfect for families, much like many in the area.

Chevy Chase

In Chevy Chase, a four bedroom, four full bath Colonial sold at $1.6 million. Just blocks from Western Ave. and all the shopping and retail of Friendship Heights, the home is in an extremely walkable area.

Cleveland Park

No detail was overlooked in this Cleveland Park home that sold for $1,995,000. The light-filled home

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