Georgetown was founded more than fifty years before Washington, DC as a tiny port town in what was then the colony of Maryland. Although it was later absorbed into the federal District, it has always maintained its own sense of individuality with a strong community. In more recent times, this fashionable neighborhood on the Potomac has become world-renowned in culture and film. Yet for the people who live here, it’s an enchanting place they call home.
Lots of tourists and shoppers drawn by Georgetown’s charm, and the crowded streets and sidewalks that go with it.
Fashion-forward people watching and appreciating all the finer things in life.
Cautiously curated change.
Some of the oldest and most exclusive row homes and mansions in the city.
The neighborhood is full of wonderfully preserved mansions and tiny row homes, many of them with updated interiors.
The beautiful streetscapes and embracing an epicurean lifestyle.
The architecture on every street is stunning, and meticulously maintained gardens bloom throughout the springtime. Georgetown exudes a strong sense of nostalgia for more graceful times, but embraces the new and the bold with equal fervor.