Old Town

A destination for tourists and locals alike, Old Town is one of the most well-known neighborhoods in the Metro D.C. area. Its cobblestone streets and red brick sidewalks exude charm and the endless boutiques, restaurants, antique shops and theaters offer something for everyone to do. A nationally designated historic district, Old Town is steeped in history with George Washington frequenting many businesses that are still in operation. But built on its historic roots is a thriving, modern town with all the amenities that residents seek right at their fingertips.

Waterfront Park is a main attraction, offering bike and jogging paths along the Potomac River, and hosting outdoor concerts, festivals, fireworks, artists’ studios and a water taxi to the National Harbor, Nationals Park in the Navy Yard and Georgetown. University. Another draw to Old Town is that its minutes from Washington, D.C. on the Potomac River with easy access via George Washington Memorial Parkway, Route 1 and I-395, as well as Metro and Bus options or even on bike on one of several bike trails that lead to the District, Arlington and Fairfax County.

Old Town’s diverse social and cultural scene mirrors its varied housing options, including historic stately single-family homes, townhomes and new luxury condos with prices ranging from the mid-$300’s to upwards of $4 million.

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