Washington Fine Properties has listed a fabulous two level, two bedroom, two-and-half bath penthouse with two garage spaces at Sheridan Garage in Georgetown’s East Village for $2,399. Stop by 2516 Q Street NW for an Open House this Sunday, December 11 from 1:00 to 4:00 pm.
Georgetown’s East Village is a beautiful neighborhood that features landscaped parklands, landmark estates like Tudor Place and Dumbarton Oaks, and striking residences showcasing historic charm and contemporary renovations. Living in Georgetown’s East Village provides great accessibility to the local restaurants, retail, and services of Georgetown along with the adjacent neighborhoods of Foggy Bottom, West End, and Dupont Circle.
This residence with its expansive glass windows and spacious rooftop patio offers incomparable panoramic views of Rosslyn and the Washington Monument. The unit is mostly on a single floor with an upper level family room/third bedroom which leads to the expansive roof terrace.
Sleek and contemporary, the residence’s master bedroom showcases a spa-like master bath with dual vanity and soaking tub, walk-in closet, and private balcony.
A fantastic blend of indoor and outdoor living, the second bedroom has a walk-in closet, en suite bath, and private balcony.
Featuring four balconies and a wraparound rooftop patio, this penthouse is beautifully designed and well-crafted, with recessed lighting and gleaming hardwoods.
The central living/dining room has a gas fireplace and a bright gourmet kitchen complete with Wolf range.
Upper level family room boasts a cathedral ceiling and walls of windows, wine fridge, breakfast bar, and beautiful cabinetry. Adjacent breakfast room with balcony and sunroom surrounded by windows.
For more information, contact Richard Newton at 202.669.4467 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
For a virtual tour, click here.
Renowned chef José Andrés whose American classics have been showcased at America Eats Tavern in Tysons Corner, will be relocating to Georgetown next year. The last day of service in Virginia will be December 23, 2016.
José and his culinary team, embracing local and regional flavors, offer a menu that highlight meats, oysters, wines, cheeses, blue crabs, beers, and other products from the Virginia, Maryland and Pennsylvania area. The restaurant is named for the Works Projects Administration's Federal Writers Project that was created during the Great Depression to provide work for unemployed professionals by sending them out to document America’s relationship with food.
“Georgetown is such a beautiful, historic part of D.C. and will make an amazing new home for America Eats Tavern,” according to Washington City Paper. “We are proud to open our first restaurant in this neighborhood.”
Local residents and long-standing Safeway customers are enjoying the innovative reorganization of our Georgetown Safeway. These are the members and volunteers of Georgetown Village, a 501c3 organization that enables seniors to stay in their homes as they age and also helps them stay socially and culturally active. These goals are accomplished by a corps of trained volunteers who perform a wide range of services for members; driving to doctors, social activities and shopping, helping with household tasks like changing light bulbs and putting up Christmas decorations, shoveling snow, walking dogs, organizing files and much more. Georgetown Village also arranges docent led tours of exhibitions, movie nights, book groups, visits to artists' studios, lectures, and many other programs that enrich our members’ lives.
Recently our volunteer who brings members to Safeway to shop each week was photographed with Bob, a long-time checker and a few of our members. They wanted to be sure to wish him a happy birthday as he always has a cheerful greeting for his customers – our members - who have known him so long.