Why Historic Georgetown?

Historic Georgetown is a truly a remarkable small waterfront town. There is a true sense of community. The canopied oak lined streets are perfect for walking or riding bikes year round. Residents love sitting on their porches and visiting with those who walk or drop by. The charm continues with every 100 year old home you pass. East Bay park provides a wonderful venue for an array of outdoor activities. 

Historic Georgetown is also one of a very few communities where the downtown is on the water with an attractive, easily navigable and handicapped-accessible Harborwalk. Residents and visitors can easily walk downtown and find wonderful restaurants, independently owned shops, marinas, banks, dentists, barber shops and other professional services. The conveniences of a larger city are also just outside the historic district. 


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$489,000 • 229 East bay st •  The Georgetown Agency

$489,000 • 229 East bay st •  The Georgetown Agency

 
 
 

SOLD • $270,000 • 222 Canon Street • peace sothebys • kevin jayroe

SOLD • $270,000 • 222 Canon Street • peace sothebys • kevin jayroe

SOLD $169,900 • 602 Marshview lane • peace sothebys • carol jayroe

SOLD $169,900 • 602 Marshview lane • peace sothebys • carol jayroe

sold• $499,000 • 315 front street • the georgetown agency

sold• $499,000 • 315 front street • the georgetown agency

SOLD • $485,000 • 112 St james • peace sothebys • carol jayroe

SOLD • $485,000 • 112 St james • peace sothebys • carol jayroe

SOLD • $449,000 • 405 front street• peace sothebys • kevin jayroe

SOLD • $449,000 • 405 front street• peace sothebys • kevin jayroe

SOLD • $995,000 • 315 Queen street • Prince george sothebys • Claire & Paul Yarborough

SOLD • $995,000 • 315 Queen street • Prince george sothebys • Claire & Paul Yarborough