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2500 Q Street Northwest #309

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You’ll love coming home to this sunny one-bedroom at the Gateway Georgetown, one of DC’s most sought-after and convenient addresses. This unit has been meticulously maintained and loved – it features picturesque views of Rock Creek Park and Dumbarton Bridge, a spacious living/dining room combo and an updated kitchen. Full-service building with 24/7 Concierge Front Desk and on-site property management. Beautiful shared rooftop area open year-round, with sweeping views of the city, lounge chairs and an herb garden (thyme, sage rosemary and more) for residents to enjoy. Nestled between Georgetown, West End and Dupont Circle – 2500 Q st is close to restaurants and shopping (walk score – 93!). It’s walking distance to Whole Foods, Trader Joe’s and two Metro stops – Dupont Metro (Red Line) and Foggy Bottom (Orange, Silver/Blue lines).

 

Just a few blocks away from Dupont Circle, Georgetown Waterfront, The White House, Embassy Row and much more. Nearby Rose Park, Dumbarton Oaks and Rock Creek Parkway are right outside of your door and are the perfect getaway for running, biking or walking. Nice fitness area and gathering room available to residents. All utilities (electric, water and gas) are included in the condo fee. Separately deeded parking space INCLUDED with the list price. Cats allowed. Additional storage options are available for rent. Building even has its own bus stop!

The beauty of Georgetown’s cobblestone sidewalks, grand homes and peaceful C&O Canal are only part of the draw to this tree-lined historic neighborhood – as home to some of the city’s top shops, tastiest restaurants and most luxurious hotels, Georgetown is a favorite of tourists and locals alike. And it’s easy to see why: Though M Street may be best known for a wide-ranging retail scene that includes such mainstream crowd-pleasers as Anthropologie and H&M and exclusive high-end designers like Billy Reid and Rag & Bone, the neighborhood is also home to a solid selection of upscale home design stores, independent small businesses and many of the city’s best fine art galleries.

 

If shopping’s not your thing, there are plenty of other things to do, too. History buffs can tour stunning historic 18th and 19th century mansions or see the one-time homes of JFK and Julia Child. Foodies will find locally owned gems that appeal for a quick bite alongside world-class restaurants perfect for a leisurely dining experience. Outdoor enthusiasts flock to Georgetown Waterfront Park for some of the most picturesque kayaking, jogging and cycling backdrops the city has to offer. By night, hit up the sprawling Pinstripes for a game of bocce or bowling, sip a drink riverside at one of the Washington Harbour’s waterfront bars or restaurants or take in a live jazz show at Blues Alley. 

 

Check out the always bustling Georgetown Cupcakes or hit up the waterfront-facing Malmaison, a cafe that offers crave-worthy brunch favorites and delicious pastries. A couple of other unique and raved-about favorites: Fiola Mare at the waterfront, consistently ranked one of the city’s top fine dining restaurants and, of course, DC’s very first “cat cafe”, Crumbs & Whiskers, where you can enjoy coffee, pastries and snuggles with dozens of adoptable furballs.

[Source: Washington.org]

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