In Berkley/Foxhall, the Second Time Around

January 11, 2021

There is a surprising intimacy to this home’s 7,600 square feet, not an inch wasted, nothing overdone or overscaled, every room meticulously enhanced.

The Life of Georgetown From 1620 to 2020, Part 3

December 31, 2020

As the nation has expanded and transformed, Georgetown has adapted to hardships and flourished. And in many fascinating ways, the city’s earlier experiences have paralleled our own.

Halloween Decorations Are Popping Up (photos)

October 5, 2020

The empress of Georgetown Halloween house decorations, Nancy Taylor Bubes, has moved her growing, astounding, scary collection to Washington Harbour at the Georgetown waterfront.

Live and Learn

August 13, 2020

SMART TECH AND SOPHISTICATED STYLING CREATE A HOME THAT’S READY FOR ANYTHING There’s more to 1639 35th St. NW than meets the eye. From the outside, the traditional white colonial […]

Urban Refuge on R Street

July 30, 2020

The harlequin-patterned entry of this grand Georgetown Georgian is punctuated by the gentle spiral of the stairs and views of the garden.

A Place for Everything

July 15, 2020

EVERY INCH COUNTS IN THIS ARTFULLY TRANSFORMED BURLEITH TOWNHOUSE “I create spaces the way I imagine using them,” says architect, artist and native Washingtonian Chryssa Wolfe about her unique approach […]

Splendor in the Grass

June 11, 2020

A brick and clapboard Federal manor and its lush grounds at 1224 30th St. NW are such things as dreams are made of.

Featured Property: Hidden Treasure in Capitol Hill

May 7, 2020

Built in 1850 and once owned by Frederick Douglass, the carriage house now makes a stunning contrast to the nearby Victorian-era (and older) homes.

Georgetowners of the Year: 2019 

December 30, 2019

This year’s group: a woman who is much more than a top real estate agent; a publicist all the utilities know well; and a church marking 225 years as a source of societal strength and spiritual nourishment.

The Fall Market: Q&A With Brokers

November 6, 2019

For this edition of The Georgetowner’s Fall Real Estate Special, we asked real estate brokers a few quick questions to assess the current situation.