Located on a quiet lane in the historic upper East Village, this charming 1,200 sqft (110 m2) Georgetown home has well apportioned and sunny rooms with private views. Unique architectural features are augmented by modern updates, including a well-appointed and newly remodeled kitchen, comfortable/new furnishings, cable TV, Netflix, HBO, and high speed internet. Walker's paradise score of 96/100. Easy access to public transport, restaurants, shopping, museums, and art gallery's.
This historic home was purportedly designed by famed DC architect Gertrude Sawyer and is characterized by well designed living spaces and unique architectural features. Situated on a little traveled lane, this is as tranquil as city living can get while still being close to the hustle and bustle of Georgetown restaurants and shopping.
The entire home is yours for the stay, including a large side and front patio area.
Общение с гостями
My husband and I live nearby and are available by cell phone during your stay. Or, we will arrange for coverage if we are traveling.
- Neighbors value the intimacy and seclusion of this quiet street - no loud entertaining.
- For your safety and theirs, light biographical information will be provided to immediate neighbors (e.g., Mike and Karen with 2 children visiting from Minnesota April 2-9).
My name is Suzanne. I am your host and Washington DC local.
My husband and I Iove this little corner of Georgetown and I am happy to share our favorite restaurants and cultural activities. We often attend theater and ballet at the Kennedy center, take our children biking on the C&O canal, and canoeing on the Potomac. In my free time I go hiking in the wooded paths behind the embassy's in Georgetown. We also love to travel either to international cities or for backcountry hiking.
I am always available to answer questions or make your stay more comfortable.