The exclusive neighborhood of GEORGETOWN
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Homes in Georgetown sit amidst a thriving commercial and entertainment district in northwest DC. The primary commercial area is at the intersection of Wisconsin Avenue and M Street. Here one finds many bars, restaurants, and shops. K street in Washington Harbor offers various waterfront dining options. The waterfront district also includes high end hotels such as a Ritz-Carlton, Westin, and Four Seasons. Famous landmarks include George Washington University and the Old Stone House, the oldest preserved building in the City of Washington. Georgetown fortunate owners enjoy living in one of DC’s most vibrant areas.
Georgetown is one of the most affluent neighborhoods in Washington. It houses many politicians and lobbyists. Large foreign embassies neighbor traditional federal-era homes. Many Georgetown houses are preserved as part of a historic district. The 1765 Old Stone House, and the 19th century mansion known as Dunbarton Oaks, are amongst the area’s most cherished historical treasures.
At the western edge of Georgetown ones finds Georgetown University, founded as a Jesuit private university in 1789. The main campus covers approximately 100 acres. It includes 58 buildings, student residential building to accomodate 80% of graduates, several athletic facilities, and a prestigious medical school. Healy Hall, built between 1877 and 1879, stands as an architectural masterpiece and is a National Historic Landmark. It is build in the Flemish Romanesque style with Baroque elements, and contains the Office of the President.
Georgetown high net worth owners have the option of sending their children to one of various prestigious university preparatory schools around the neighborhood. These include Georgetown Visitation Preparatory School, Georgetown Day School, and the Columbian Academy on N Street.
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18-hole golf course renovated by renowned architect Arthur Hills,
Tennis complex with eight outdoor clay courts, five DecoTurf indoor courts, and two outdoor platform tennis courts
2,500 square foot Fitness Center including separate aerobics and workout rooms equipped with state-of-the-art cardiovascular equipment, saunas, and steam rooms, all located next to an eight-lane 25 meter outdoor pool,
Beautifully appointed Clubhouse offering the best in formal and casual dining. A beautiful ballroom and the Potomac Meeting Room with a view of the Potomac River with social activities and events for the entire family.
Golf, tennis, fitness and swimming activities, lessons, clinics and competition for the entire family
FABULOUS LOCATION. POTOMAC RIVER
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