For some, it’s the symbol of Old Washington with upper class socialites and politicos living in mansions hidden behind discreet facades. For others, it’s a place defined by serious shopping and the ubiquitous presence of Georgetown University co-eds.

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Average Price $2.1M
Lowest Price $2.7K
Highest Price $16M
Total Listings 123
Avg. Days On Market 92
Avg. Price/SQFT $711

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Georgetown is bounded by the Potomac River, Rock Creek Parkway, the northern edges of Montrose and Dunbarton Oaks parks, 35th Street, Reservoir Road, and the western border of Georgetown University. Georgetown. The name alone draws a variety of connotations.And for those who look at the city's oldest neighborhood and are annoyed rather than wonderstruck, Georgetown is simply an area endlessly bombarded by crowds and traffic that’s best avoided at all costs. Love it or hate it, it’s hard to deny that Georgetown has a distinct charm. For all the shops and crowds of M Street and Wisconsin Avenue, Georgetown is full of quiet back streets lined with row houses, big and small. If you’re a renter, finding a reasonably-priced apartment is not out of the realm of possibility. However, those homebuyers who aren’t willing to pay a hefty premium to live there will probably best appreciate Georgetown as visitors, not residents.

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