Blog posts about Georgetown real estate

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m street georgetown

Georgetown’s popular M Street corridor is no longer the only option in town, as more and more foodies are starting to branch out, exploring the many new opportunities available in other DC area neighborhoods. While Georgetown boasted nearly four-dozen restaurants about a decade ago, some reports suggest that number’s now been cut in half.

While some blame rising retail rents in Georgetown as driving out some of the establishments, other DC area neighborhoods appear to be reaping the benefits of new attention. Places such as The Wharf, H Street, Logan Circle and Columbia Heights are all said to be drawing in new dining options, as are some newly emerging neighborhoods such as Brookland and Petworth.

New options for diners include Bloomingdale,

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wormley row - washington dc

A luxury Georgetown condo is back on the market, this one tied to a major name in the DC area. Ted Leonsis, owner of the Wizards and Washington Capitals, just listed his Wormley Row condo for $3.2 million.

Set within a former schoolhouse, the building was converted over to upscale condos about a decade ago, when Leonsis paid $2.6 million for the two-bedroom unit. With around 2,500 square feet of living space, the condo offers up a large living room and eat-in kitchen, plus a master bedroom, complete with a dressing area and oversized soaking tub. Other features of the home include up to 11-foot ceilings, custom cabinetry and high-end appliances.

The Wormley Row building actually dates back well more than a century. First constructed in the late

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It’s a case of east versus west in Georgetown, with two villages vying for their own identities. For years known as East Village and West Village, or rather the area to the east of Wisconsin Avenue NW and the area to the west, the two villages combine to make up one of the hottest locations in the DC area.

Georgetown is known for its more affluent residents and gracious properties, with a reputation, reliable or not, that East Village is slightly more pronounced in that area. The village is home to several impressive estates, including Tudor Place, the elegant Evermay and the now regal museum and research library of Dumbarton Oaks.

In reality, though, you’ll find exquisite homes on both sides of the roadway and some big name residents, including

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From trendy new destinations to traditional row homes, shops and plentiful green space, Georgetown is truly one of DC’s most livable neighborhoods. The highly sought after neighborhood is both charming and authentic, providing a large number of things to do and places to go.

While Georgetown is no doubt at the top of the list for many tourists, it’s also a fantastic place to call home. You’ll find many of the area’s best boutique shops in Georgetown, along with unique dining spots and retailers. In addition, the neighborhood is full of biking and running trails plus numerous parks that make it easy to enjoy abundant outdoor recreation.

The area is also known for housing an impressive collection of original row houses as well as meticulously

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the tombs - georgetownPhoto: Serge Melki

One of the most iconic destinations for students and movie fans alike, for decades now The Tombs has been serving up late night drinks and grub to locals and visitors. This Georgetown staple is definitely a favorite of Georgetown University students, and the convenient location is only part of its charm.

Found on the edge of campus, The Tombs is often packed with hungry patrons during the day, and plenty of revelry at night. From a great place to catch a game on TV to a lively destination for Sunday brunch, The Tombs certainly appeals to the crowds.

Tucked away within a mid 1800s-era townhouse, The Tombs shares its location with a fine dining restaurant and an art deco restaurant, commonly used for private parties. The Tombs,

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georgetown east village real estate

DC Condo Boutique team member Matt Koerber represented the buyer of a home located at 1237 29th Street NW, Washington, DC 20007 in the Georgetown’s East Village neighborhood. This home features 2 BR / 4 BA / 1,502 SF and closed on December 22nd, 2017 for $1,445,000 / $962 SF.

This East Village gem is fully-renovated and ready for your furniture. It features a dream kitchen with an over-sized Carrara marble island, top-of-the-line Viking and Sub-Zero appliances, and custom cabinetry. The master bedroom suite features a spacious walk-in closet and ensuite bath.

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From gondolas to cable cars, Georgetown leaders and residents have their eyes set on the future, and its one that could look very different than the Georgetown of today. Both are just a couple of concepts that have been floated by locals and officials, hoping to reenergize one of DC’s finest neighborhoods.

While still one of the most desirable areas, local leaders know that redevelopment projects in other nearby neighborhoods are drawing a lot of interest, and that for Georgetown to stay relevant it needs to stay ahead of the curve. Already, the city’s lost some notable retailers, boutiques and restaurants over the past several years, and that means a concerted effort to help not only help retain existing businesses, but drive new opportunities and

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dumbarton oaks washington dcPhoto: DC Gardens

The historically significant Dumbarton Oaks is a true Georgetown gem, filled with gardens, artwork and generations of world history. Once owned by a US diplomat, the property is now open to the public, offering a rich selection of collectibles, artwork, rare books and, of course, gardens.

Gifted to Harvard University by its former owners, the old mansion and its grounds house a generous private collection of Byzantine and Pre-Columbian artwork. As the site’s now earmarked as a research library for artists, students and scholars, people come here to further study the property’s documents, images, books and rare objects.

Opened up not long after the start of WWII, the Dumbarton Oaks Research Library and Collection acts to support

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washington harbour condos for sale

From its amazing views to its attractive mix of housing, office space, restaurants and entertainment, Washington Harbour is a favorite waterfront destination. Bordering the Potomac River, the massive mixed-use development dates back to the early 1980s, with a vibrancy that continues to entice new residents and visitors.

These days, Washington Harbour is home to several restaurants, serving up everything from pizza and sandwiches to seafood, along with plenty of options in outdoor fun and live entertainment. The property’s fountain turns into DC’s largest outdoor skating rink each November, while the Potomac Riverboat takes guests along on a tour ranging from national monuments and memorials to views of the Kennedy Center.

You’ll also find

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james place - 1077 30th st nw dc

DC Condo Boutique team member Amir Taba represented the buyer of a James Place condo located at 1077 30th Street NW #507, Washington, DC 20007 in the Georgetown neighborhood. This condo features 2 BR / 2 BA / 1,385 SF and closed on July 31st, 2017 for $645,000 / $466 SF. One parking space conveyed with this condo.

James Place is a 7-story condo building with 77 residences that was delivered in 1981.  This development offers true walkable, urban living in a location half a block south of M Street in Georgetown.

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