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Overview of Washington

Washington D.C. isn't just America's capital, it's also one of the nation's most beautiful cities. With its neoclassical and Georgian architecture, D.C. has become one of the more iconic cityscapes in the entire world. Who wouldn't want a chance to live here?

But buying real estate in D.C. has a notorious reputation - which makes raising a family there tough. Luckily, there are numerous, affordable houses for rent in the area. Georgetown is one of the most popular neighborhoods for families.

Whether you just want the space to stretch out and relax or are looking for a new neighborhood in which to bring up your kids, Georgetown has plenty of housing options for you.

Explore the heart of academia in Washington D.C.

Georgetown is located in D.C.'s Northwest side, bordered by the Potomac River to the south and Rock Creek to the East. At the neighborhood's northern tip is the United States Naval Observatory, and just across the Potomac you'll find Arlington Cemetery.

Your new neighborhood won't be far from D.C.'s central business district or the museums that line the northern side of the National Mall. If education and an academic environment are important to your family, having the Smithsonian and National Museum of Natural History, National Portrait Gallery and other public institutions so close is indispensable. Of course, when it comes to invigorating academics, nothing beats being right between two of the city's best schools.

The Georgetown University campus is right next door, which means you get to enjoy its iconic gothic spires and rich architectural character. Plus, you'll reap all the educational benefits of living in a college town - not to mention the center of American politics. Just southeast of your neighborhood is George Washington University, another respected school.

But Georgetown isn't just known for its gorgeous houses for rent or invigorating academic environment - it's also D.C.'s most green and lush neighborhood, spotted with parks and wide open spaces.

Although there are plenty of roomy houses available for rent in D.C., few of them have much yard space to speak of. For that reason, parks are an essential part of