• Old Stone House

    The Old Stone House

    District of Columbia

Georgetown Waterfront Park

Georgetown Waterfront Park

Georgetown Waterfront Park

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Wisconsin and K St., NW
Washington, DC

The Georgetown Waterfront Park provides a green space for visitor recreation and contemplation. Cyclists, skaters, and pedestrians have their own car-free pathways with views of individual boaters, kayakers and competitive crews as well as of Roosevelt Island and the magnificent Key Bridge. The park curves along 10 acres of the Potomac extending from the Washington Harbour complex to Key Bridge, creating the vital last link in 225 miles of parkland from Mt. Vernon, Virginia, to Cumberland, Maryland.

Join our friends group at: http://www.georgetownwaterfrontpark.org/

Did You Know?

Old Stone House

The reason why the Old Stone House has low ceilings is based on practical architecture. Low vaulted ceilings trap heat from the downstairs fireplaces into the stones of the home. Gradually, the heat will radiate upwards to the living areas.