This 1 bedroom, 1.5 bath duplex apartment in the heart of Washington DC epitomizes the crossroads between Georgetown’s historic past and forward looking future. Less than a block from the Potomac River Waterfront to the south and ½ block to all the many boutiques, stores and restaurants on M street. There are many parking garages located within close walking distance as well.
The property is uniquely located for visitors to Georgetown and George Washington Universities. Walking distance to the Center of Downtown DC, Dupont Circle and many famous monuments and tourist attractions. The fact that it is directly on the DC Circular Bus line that travels from Union Station through the central business district, up to historic Dumbarton Rock and the National Cathedral as well as to major tourist attractions and the world famous Smithsonian Museums has attracted business travelers from international organizations, foreign media, embassies and top professional firms.
Located in a newly constructed apartment building housed behind the historic Adams-Mason House (c. 1810) this property offers up to 5 guests a beautifully designed living space decorated in serene colors. This duplex will welcome you home to high-quality linens and refined amenities to recharge for an evening of exquisite dining and music along “Blue’s Alley” or to enjoy a quiet night in as you make use of the luxury kitchen and beautifully appointed surroundings.
A nationally-designated historic district, Georgetown was founded in 1751, nearly half a century before the District of Columbia, as a bustling port city on the banks of the Potomac. Today, Georgetown is a neighborhood with a vibrant business district, active residential community, and popular recreational waterfront. It is D.C.’s premier destination and playground for shopping, dining, history, fitness, and fun and ranks a 98 Walking Score steps away from the White House and Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts. Known for its quaint cobblestone streets and 18th and 19th century architecture, the neighborhood is a delightful mix of past and present that sets it apart from the rest of Washington, D.C.
The duplex provides guests with access to Georgetown’s world class amenities directly across from the recently renovated Graham Georgetown Hotel, a boutique hotel in the heart of D.C.’s most affluent and historic area. Being steps from Washington Harbour and Canal district guests can take advantage of waterfront restaurants and activities including Farmers Fishers Bakers, Nick’s Riverside Grill, Sequoia D.C., and Thompson Boat Center (rentals for kayaks, canoes and paddle-boards).