Washington, DC & Surrounding Areas
WELCOME TO THE WASHINGTON, DC AREA!!! Not just because I’m a lifetime Washingtonian, but this city is an extraordinary city with multiple personalities possessing a very unique atmosphere to live. With the variations of architectural styles offered ranging from the Neoclassical, the Beaux-Arts, the Queen Anne, the Georgian, Federal and Greek Revival, the Richardsonian Romanesque, the Victorian just to name a few, in both government and residential categories DC offers an enormous variety of history and cultures for the senses.
Some of the neighborhoods we have here are:
The Capitol Hill area, which offers some of the most important government buildings in the DC area. The street lined Federal style homes offer magnificent, impressive and beautiful views of the Capitol building. Some areas offer a strong historic residential character enhanced with a small town feel.
In the Georgetown area you get the Georgian, Federal and Classical Revival homes styles, actual historic homes, the famous Georgetown University, Gardens, the C&O Canal, a waterfront park, restaurants and shopping for your leisure.
The Dupont Circle area is a highly bustling area which consists of “Embassy Row”, an Avenue lined with foreign embassies that run through the Dupont Circle. Also provided in the area are a mix of various architectural residential home types, modern office buildings and a lively restaurant and nightclub scene for massive enjoyment.
The Adams Morgan area is an artsy neighborhood full with a culturally diverse population. It exudes artistic artworks, a diverse selection of restaurants, a variety of bar scenes and more.
The West End area is a great neighborhood that has gone through plenty of new developments over the years and now possesses a streamline of high-rise buildings all over.
The Southwest Waterfront area is an active waterfront community that seems to feed off the body of water that borders it. Here it offers river views, the historic Fish Wharf, restaurants, night clubs, daily sightseeing cruise tours, boating activities and more.
Depending on your preference there is a little of everything for everyone. And if you so happen not to appreciate the active City, available are the surrounding suburbs in the neighboring states of Maryland and Virginia that will give you the comforts of the peace and quiet you seek while still keeping you within close proximity to Washington, DC.