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Georgetown is known as a luxurious haven filled with historic charm. Today we’ll take a look at the upper crust of the neighborhood by looking at the 7 most expensive homes that Georgetown has to offer.


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3150 SOUTH St NW Ph 2A $13,950,000

The finest condominium residence w/ over 6,100 sq ft of custom finished interiors on 2 levels plus over 3,000 sq ft of terraces for the ultimate indoor/outdoor living. Dazzling Potomac River and monument views. With its superb location, 4 valet parking spaces, & legendary Ritz-Carlton services, Penthouse 2A is, indeed, the pinnacle of luxury in DC.


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3245 N St NW $9,995,000

Award winning modern Georgetown townhouse with an open floor plan. The incredible renovation features smart glass, geo-thermal heating and cooling, Bulthaup kitchen, Boffi bathroom fixtures, Nanawall doors opening to ozone swimming pool, glass elevator and built-in architectural antiques. Separate garage with parking for three cars and a fourth parking place.



3053 P St NW $9,975,000

Magnificent East Village, detached home on prominent & private corner lot. Nearly 9,000 SF of exquisite detail & soaring ceiling heights of 13 FT 7” w/ spacious 9 BR, 7 FBA, 4 HBA, LR, DR, parlor, kit, breakfast rm, fam rm, library, & finished LL for staff. Additionally, the home is complemented by landscaped gardens, garage, sprawling terraces, pool, & side driveway.


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3425 PROSPECT St NW $8,500,000

This elegant Georgetown mansion has a long history of hosting Senators and Presidents. Built in 1797 by John Mason (nephew of George Mason) with brick he imported from England and named ~Quality Hill~ by its subsequent owner. The house has been meticulously renovated and features over 10,000 sq ft with 9 bedrooms and 11 baths. Each room has a preserved sense of history with modern updates.



3257 N St NW $5,200,000

Built c. 1812, the Semmes-Rhodes House is one of six Federal rowhouses on Smith’s Row. This five level home offers ideal flow for entertaining. Features include double living rooms, elevator, six bedrooms, five bathrooms, study, storage and two porches, all generously proportioned with high ceilings. There is an 18 person dining room and eat-in chef’s grade kitchen. Lovely garden & two-car garage.



3327 DENT Pl NW $4,400,000

3327 Dent Place is an exceptionally renovated and expanded residence with an updated open kitchen and family room floor plan. The residence spans a width of two townhouses and features a large, beautifully landscaped private rear garden. There are four bedrooms and four baths plus an additional detached caretaker or guest suite overlooking the garden. Two-car garage.



3030 K St NW Ph 106 $4,395,000

Stunning 4200 sq ft penthouse w/ the best outdoor terrace in the City! Over 1000 sq ft of outdoor space enjoys 180 degree views of the Potomac River, Washington Monuments, Rosslyn, Georgetown, & more. $3 Million int. renovation completed in 2009 by Bowa w/ the finest & most tasteful finishes. 2 car parking, 24 hour concierge, pool, gym, shopping & restaurants, on & on. Must see to believe!!

Top Six Things to Do In Winter In Georgetown, DC

DC’s most historic neighborhood turns into a winter wonderland each year as the Holiday season comes around. Here, we’ve rounded up some of our favorite things to do in Georgetown once the temperature drops:


Go on a Winter Sightseeing Tour

Georgetown’s 18th and 19th century homes are fun to see year-round, but they are especially beautiful during the winter months when homeowners adorn their properties with twinkling lights and evergreen wreaths.

Each Sunday Washington Walks organizes a two hour tour of the area, starting at 10am. Visit their website or call (202) 484-1565 for more information.


Go Ice Skating at the Washington Harbor

Georgetown is home to DC’s largest outdoor ice skating rink, located alongside the Potomac River at the Washington Harbor. Each year from mid-November until March, the fountain at Washington Harbor is frozen for recreational skating, parties on the ice, and ice skating lessons for all levels of experience.

For more information about ice skating at The Washington Harbor, visit their site.


Enjoy a Winter Dinner Cruise Aboard the Odyssey

Stay warm during the winter months aboard the Odyssey, DC’s premiere cruise ship. Enjoy freshly prepared cuisine, live music for dancing, and gorgeous views of the city as you cruise along the Potomac River.

For more information about Holiday dinner cruises aboard The Odyssey, visit their site.


Go Shopping

Known for its shopping, Georgetown is the ideal location to cross a few things off your list this year. From everyday favorites like TJ Maxx, and DSW to designer boutiques like Hu’s Wear and Intermix, every visitor to Wisconsin Ave, NW will leave satisfied.

The Washingtonian put together a great list of shops in Georgetown. To explore their curated shopping guide, visit this page.


Explore a Pop Up Art Exhibit

Georgetown GLOW are just one of the many short-lived winter art exhibits that Georgetown hosts each year. Organized by the Georgetown Business Improvement District (BID), such events encourage local artists to perform or contribute art. If you’re a creative, consider contributing to the cause!

Check the community calendar to look for upcoming exhibits and art events.


See Faberge Eggs at Hillwood Museum & Gardens

Marjorie  Merriweather-Post’s house in Georgetown is often recognized for its beautiful gardens but, during winter, it’s her collections of paintings, clothing, and – most notably – faberge eggs, that attract visitors to her estate. A thorough tour of the heiress and Ambassador’s wife’s house is well worth a visit this Holiday season.

For a sneak peak of the property and for more information regarding tours, etc, visit this page.