Georgetown Condos For Sale

Synonymous with prestige, affluence and influence, Georgetown is one of Washington, DC’s most favored places to live. The historic waterfront community offers an idyllic location, replete with great restaurants, shopping, and other lifestyle attractions. It’s also home to the highly regarded Georgetown University. As for housing choices, you’ll find grand estates, brick rowhouses, and luxury condominiums of varying shapes, styles, and ages. An idyllic centerpiece of Washington’s widespread appeal, Georgetown has long been a magnet for visitors. At the same time, local residents are fiercely loyal to preserving its unique charm.

The condominium market in Georgetown offers a stunning array of both historic and newer buildings. The construction of the Ritz-Carlton Georgetown began with an old and abandoned industrial building, excavating a large area of land around it, and adding new brick structures that blended with the original architecture. The Flour Mill looks like an old building but was actually built in the 1980s. The Paper Mill has a similar aesthetic and is also located at the site of former factory structures. The Residences at Harbourside is an award-winning modernist structure from Arthur Cotton Moore, and Washington Harbour is a larger mixed-use building right next-door, also delivered by Moore, and perched right at the water’s edge. Blending traditional brick forms with a modern industrial chic vibe, the boutique 1055 High stands flush against the walls of the historic C&O Canal and is just steps from the Potomac River. These are just a sampling of Georgetown’s iconic residential buildings.

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Georgetown is generally regarded as the oldest neighborhood in Washington, DC, so old in fact, that it predates the District itself. Once known as a shipping port for the tobacco trade, the community was founded in 1751 and there are still a few homes that date back to this nascent era. The neighborhood is composed of two parts, the East Village and West Village, although you won’t notice any boundary markers whilst traipsing about the quaint brick sidewalks. As far as surrounding neighborhoods, the sizeable Georgetown community has many: Glover Park and Observatory Circle to the north, Kalorama, Dupont Circle to the northeast, the West End and Foggy Bottom to the east and southeast, and Palisades, Foxhall, and Burleith to the west and northwest. The Potomac River takes up the entire southern side.

When it comes to real estate prices, Georgetown has long been regarded as one of Washington, DC’s most expensive neighborhoods. Charming brick townhomes with Federal-style architecture, and freestanding mansions in a variety of historic designs are obvious symbols of the community’s prestige. But luxury condominiums also play a major role, both in the northern and eastern part of the neighborhood, as well as throughout the extremely desirable waterfront to the south. Here you’ll find a swath of notable buildings hugging the edges of the Chesapeake and Ohio Canal and the Potomac River. The recently renovated Georgetown Waterfront Park is the only thing dividing some of these buildings from the water itself. In the cast of the exclusive Washington Harbour building, the only separation is a walkway.

Public amenities and attractions are a large part of the neighborhood’s lasting appeal. You’ll never lack for things to do in Georgetown. There’s an endless area of top restaurants, designer fashion boutiques, art galleries, music lounges, hiking along the C&O Trail, or kayaking on the river, enjoying a historic walking tour along cobblestone streets, or taking in a black tie gala at the Kennedy Center in next-door Foggy Bottom. Those interested in the luxury condo lifestyle in this prestigious community will find lots to choose from, ranging from studio apartments to palatial penthouses.

To learn more about condos for sale in Georgetown, please call Andre Perez at District Partners at Compass, 202-400-3040.

Georgetown Condos, District of Columbia FAQs

Q: What is the price range for condos in Georgetown?

A: You might be surprised to learn that the range is actually quite wide, from the mid-six figures all the way up to over $10 million.

Q: How close is Georgetown to downtown Washington, DC?

A: The distance is only a couple miles, depending on exactly where you start and where you stop.

Q: Is Georgetown a town or a neighborhood?

A: Georgetown is a neighborhood and commercial district. It was once part of Maryland before becoming incorporated into Washington, DC. Georgetown was also Washington’s first designated historic district.

Q: Is Georgetown easily accessible for commuters?

A: Georgetown is very accessible, whether crossing the river via the Key Bridge, heading northwest along the coastline via Canal Road, taking surface streets into downtown DC, or driving to Bethesda along Wisconsin Avenue. Additionally, the Dupont Circle Metro and Foggy Bottom Metro are both nearby.

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