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I want to live in Georgetown: Book Hill

Book Hill Park is the delightful green space at the corner of Reservoir Road and Wisconsin Avenue, just behind the newly restored Georgetown Library.

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Courtesy, Felicia Stidham
Courtesy, Felicia Stidham

Those who live nearby not only have the park and library to enjoy, but also have only a short distance to wonderful shops and restaurants. After visiting the beautiful new “Social” Safeway, just north of the Hill, stroll down Wisconsin Avenue, savor a croissant at Patisserie Poupon and stop in to Susan Calloway’s Gallery to see her latest arrivals. Pamper yourself at Ilo Salon and Spa, and ask Bassam at Bacchus to select a nice bottle of wine for dinner. And don’t forget a treat for Fido from The Dog Shop. Available properties near Book Hill range from under $400,000 up to $6,995,000, and include several examples of fine, Federal and Victorian period houses. Properties in the upper price

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Courtesy Felicia Stidham
Courtesy Felicia Stidham

points have parking. Right in the middle of that price range, asking $3.39 Million, is 1522 31st Street, NW, a three story semi-detached house built in 1890. It has five bedrooms, five full and one half baths, two wood burning fireplaces, an in-law suite, garden and parking for 2 cars. Shown by appointment.

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Courtesy Felicia Stidham
Courtesy Felicia Stidham