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Please note that before we take reservation at this wonderful, historic home we require a brief biography of the guests: who is in travel party, reason for travel, work reference. The house is not suitable for children under 12. Many thanks!
GEORGETOWN HISTORIC HOME
This home has a fabulous location in the heart of historic Georgetown, one of the most sought-after neighborhoods in Washington, DC! Walk to everything: public transit, restaurants, cafes, fine shops, wine stores, takeout, gourmet grocery, pastry shops, yoga, pharmacy, library, antique shops and more.
This private 2 bedroom, 2 bath two story historic home is tastefully decorated for the more discerning traveler.
On the main floor you will find a living room with fireplace, a sitting room with a large sofa, library and new flat-screen HDTV, a full though compact kitchen with dishwasher and a dining area with seating for 4. There is a new stacking washer/dryer in a closet near the kitchen. Upstairs you will find 2 bedrooms, one with a queen bed and the other with a double bed, and 2 full bathrooms. Each bedroom features a separate sitting area, the master bedroom has a welcoming balcony overlooking the garden which is a wonderful place to enjoy a good book.
The patio offers a peaceful respite from a busy day in downtown or on the National Mall. It features several sitting and dining areas where you can relax to the sounds of the fountain and the song birds in the shade trees. Plan your day, relax over a cup of coffee and the morning paper, enjoy a glass of wine or a meal alfresco.
•Wonderful for entertaining
•Tastefully decorated and furnished
•Lovely Garden and patio
Stroll the tree lined streets of historic Georgetown with their beautiful historic homes, enjoy a meal on a back patio of a Wisconsin Ave café then take a postprandial amble down Wisconsin Ave towards M Street window shopping the galleries, fine furnishing and antique boutiques. Take time to explore Dumbarton Oaks and Tudor Place, two of the most significant historic homes in Washington, DC, each features magnificent gardens and is open to the public. Both homes are just a block away from the house.
This cozy home is best suited for one or two individuals, a couple. We tried to be very thorough, but do not hesitate to let us know what questions you have.
Wisconsin Ave is a block away and offers numerous bus services to take you wherever it is you need to be in the greater Washington area. Take a Northbound bus to Tenley Town Station on the Metro Redline, take the D6 Metro Bus to DuPont Circle (Metro Station), The White House, Downtown & The National Mall, Union Station & the US Capitol Building. To plan your travels around the city go to the Washington Metro Area Transit Authority website, or to and put in your location as “32nd St NW & R St NW” and then enter your destination. It's far better to be above ground and enjoying the view in this part of the city.
Interaction with Guests
Autonomous travel at its best!
This is Georgetown!
No smoking please.
Arrival is after 3pm, departure is before 10am. Let us know if you need flexibility due to flight times.
Much as we love children, because we have antiques and the narrow staircase this is not a child friendly environment.
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