Washington, DC Apartments

Georgetown is normally hard to miss when travelers enter from GW Parkway and Route 66 East coming in from Northern Virginia. Georgetown is known for its historic charm, with a modern mosaic twist through its beautiful old-fashioned architecture, cobblestone sidewalks, the mass retail scene on M-Street, and of course the popular Georgetown Cupcakes. Georgetown is a particularly great area for you to settle if you're a huge history buff and also love the convenience of shops and restaurants nearby. Locals and tourists have the opportunity to take a stroll and see the historic landmarks at the C&O Canal, and admire the alluring gardens at Dumbarton Oaks. If you consider yourself to be active, you can even rent kayaks, canoes, and take paddleboarding lessons and glide on the Potomac River. If you enjoy a good scare, you could even climb the famous "Exorcist Stairs" (Yes, the ones from the 1973 horror film!). Not only are you allowed to visit DC's oldest house -- Pre-Revolutionary Colonial Home (built in 1765, woah, literally ancient) -- you can also visit the home that belonged to former President John F. Kennedy, and take a tour at Tudor Place (the gorgeous mansion belonging to Martha Washington's descendants). When winter rolls along, Georgetown transforms the Washington Harbour area into an outdoor ice-skating attraction. Georgetown is also a foodie paradise! With so many delicious options, it might be difficult to decide what to eat. Luckily, we have a list of a few popular restaurants beloved by many locals. If you want to have dinner and play a game of bowling, the Pinstripes is your top choice. Other popular locales include: Good Stuff Eatery, Stachowski's, Martin's Tavern, Mai Thai, Chaia, Simply Banh Mi, Zannchi, Chez Billy Sud, I-Thai Restaurant & Sushi Bar, Bangkok Joe's, Luke's Lobster Georgetown, Muncheez, Shanghai Lounge, and Old Europe. The cost of living in Georgetown is 29% higher than the Washington average and 91% higher than the national average. The monthly average rent cost is $2,600 per month. For those with younger children, it's good to know that the average school test scores in Georgetown are 45% higher than the national average and 99% of students in this area have completed high school. (Renter Statistics Source: www.livability.com and www.areavibes.com)

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