D.C. July 10, 2016
Here Are The 7 Most Beautiful, Charming Neighborhoods in Washington DC
Washington DC may feel like it changes every few years with a new election but there are certain neighborhoods that have held onto their historic details and managed to keep many of its charming facets. Here are the 7 most beautiful and charming neighborhoods in Washington DC.
1. Capitol Hill
A historic residential neighborhood, the neighborhood has 19th century manor houses, row houses, farmers market and flea markets. As its name indicates, it's not far from the United States Capitol and other political institutions, making it a popular neighborhood for the political elite.
2. Woodley Park
The Zoo, the National Cathedral, bustling restaurants, quiet streets and rich green lawns lay in the Woodley Park area of DC. Centrally located, the Woodley Park area is becoming a popular area to move to for residents of all ages.
3. Dupont Circle
Dupont Circle has become a hub of activity with many apartments, town houses, restaurants and bars. Leafy streets, a walkable area and charming townhouses up the beauty factor.
The Shaw neighborhood has gone through a rebirth and has a thriving food and nightlife scene. Popular with millennials, Shaw is one of the trendier areas of Washington DC.
5. Penn Quarter
Penn Quarter is in the East End of Downtown. Penn Quarter offers a combination of culture and entertainment with museums, art galleries, restaurants and the Verizon Center.
6. West End
Also known as Foggy Bottom and GW, West End provides a residential area nestled near George Washington University. West End provides row houses, apartments, neighborhood restaurants and a bustling collegiate feel.
One of the most historic and well known neighborhoods in Washington, DC, Georgetown oozes charm from its cobblestone sidewalks to its picturesque homes, quaint boutiques and outdoor patios.
Do you live in any of these beautiful neighborhoods in Washington DC? What would you add to the list? Feel free to share in the comments.