Georgetown

Welcome to Georgetown

Georgetown is bordered by the Potomac River, Rock Creek Parkway, and Georgetown University. Once a separate jurisdiction from the rest of the city, Georgetown became fashionable a second time in its history in the 1950s when John F. Kennedy lived there as a U.S. Congressman and Senator. Because Georgetown residents enjoy the feeling of living in a small community, it is defined by its two “villages,” with Wisconsin Avenue dividing the East and West Villages. Both neighborhoods are characterized by high-style Federal row houses, many of which are more than 200 years old. Other historical styles include Italianate, Second Empire, and Victorian. Dumbarton Oaks Conservancy is also a neighbor, offering spectacular gardens and museums. The eight-block stretch of M Street is Georgetown’s main artery and is home to boutiques and excellent restaurants. A recently renovated park on the Potomac waterfront and the historic C&O Canal & Towpath provide opportunities to enjoy the public outdoor spaces.

Work With Michael

Best known for representing clients in the upper brackets, Mr. Rankin has consistently enjoyed the most significant sales in the region. Contact him today to start your home searching journey. A firm believer in the philosophy that the meaning of luxury is found in the experience of the process in all price ranges, Mr. Rankin has consistently represented clients in all segments of the residential market.