Georgetown Jewel Box with Garden sleeps 6-10

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  • 3 bedrooms
  • 2 bathrooms
  • Sleeps 10
  • House

Bedrooms: 3

Bathrooms: 2

Sleeps: 10

Type: House

Georgetown Jewel Box with Garden sleeps 6-10

This is a highly sought after, south facing Georgetown Townhouse with a lovely rear garden complete with patio and grill. Located in the heart of D.C.'s oldest neighborhood, this beautiful townhouse provides guests with the perfect opportunity to experience modern living in a historic setting. With three bedrooms and two living areas with sleeper sofas, this stylish house provides plenty of room for a crowd.

Property highlights:

• Two flat screen televisions

•Wifi

• Fully-equipped kitchen with dishwasher and microwave

• Dining area seats 6

• Master bedroom suite features queen-sized bed and bathroom with tub

• Second bedroom has a ...Read more

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Georgetown Jewel Box with Garden sleeps 6-10
Washington DC, District of Columbia

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Step outside, take 2 rights and your on Wisconsin Ave. a shopping and dining mecca.

Georgetown is one of D.C.'s most sought-after neighborhoods, long known as home to
some of the city's most elite residents for generations. Long-established as a shopping
and dining mecca, the area also boasts a beautiful waterfront along the Potomac River,
access to running and biking trails, and many historic sites.

• Head up Wisconsin Avenue to visit Washington National Cathedral, the sixth-largest
cathedral in the world, built in the English Gothic style
• Georgetown University is just a few blocks away, along with the famous “Exorcist
steps” from the classic horror film
• The Old Stone House on M Street, built in 1765, is the oldest unchanged building in
Washington, D.C.

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Nearest airport: Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport, 5.78 miles
Nearest train station: Union Station, 3.79 miles
Car is not necessary

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