P Street NW in the District is a historic street that runs East from North Capitol Street to the eastern boundary of Georgetown University and is a popular east-west thoroughfare between Georgetown and Downtown. Colorful Victorians, row houses and federal townhouses line the street flanked by trees and mature greenery. In the early 50s, P Street was the home of JFK, the then junior Senator from Massachusetts. Senator Kennedy was living at 3271 P Street with his sister Eunice when he met and later proposed to Jackie. P Street crosses Rock Creek and the Rock Creek and Potomac Parkway via the P Street Bridge, also crossing Dupont Circle and Logan Circle
This Semi-detached Townhouse In Georgetown's East Village Offers An Open Layout And A Rare Park-front Setting. Freshly Painted, The End Unit Is Awash With Natural Sunlight From Three Exposures. Features Include A Generous Loft Space, Hardwood Floors, Multip...
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