Internationally recognized for its elegance, charm and prestige for more than two centuries, Georgetown was founded in 1751, forty years prior to the founding of Washington, DC. Federal-style townhouses and graceful mansions line cobblestone streets in this historic neighborhood once known as a busy shipping and commercial district. Residents are steps away from fine dining or a cozy patisserie, exclusive shopping with a wide array of one-of-a-kind stores and world-renown centers of education; Georgetown University, George Washington University and American University. Georgetown's nightlife is arguably one of the most popular in the city, offering lively Jazz clubs, upscale lounges and a variety of dining styles to suit everyone. Plus with the addition of Washington Harbor, residents may take a stroll down to K Street to find multiple restaurants and bars built on the edge of the Potomac River with a breathtaking views of the Kennedy Center, Watergate, and the Key Bridge. Located in the west side of Washington, Georgetown is easily accessible to downtown Washington, Foggy Bottom, northern Virginia and nearby Montgomery county Maryland. Georgetown was designated a National Historic Landmark in 1967. Notable residents have included then-Senator and Mrs. John F. Kennedy, President Ulysses S. Grant, and Katherine Graham, former Publisher of The Washington Post and Pulitzer Prize-winning author. Numerous ambassadors, members of Congress and business titans continue to reside in Georgetown. Georgetown is easily accessible to downtown Washington, Foggy Bottom, northern Virginia and nearby Montgomery county Maryland.
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