This handsome semi-detached brick residence is sited on a prominent corner lot in the heart of Georgetown. The Italianate-style house was built in the late 19th century and was recently renovated by Barnes Vanze Architects and Falcon Construction. The house is illuminated by abundant natural light through large windows on three sides, which is further magnified by the dramatic high ceilings. It is walking distance to restaurants, shops and boutiques, neighborhood parks, and the Georgetown Waterfront. The charming front vestibule leads to the bay-front living room with a fireplace and built-ins. There is an additional sitting room/library, which is complemented by an attractive bay window. The adjoining dining room is accessed through double doors. The gourmet kitchen has beautiful marble countertops, pantry storage, a large center island with breakfast bar, and high-end appliances including Wolf and Subzero. The kitchen overlooks the beautifully landscaped back garden through three large windows. The neighboring family room with paneling is sun-filled, with windows on all sides, additional transoms, and a large central skylight. It provides convenient access through glass-paned French doors to the rear deck and garden. There is a lovely powder room with a marble sink found on this level. The luxurious owner’s suite encompasses the entire second level. Nearly floor to ceiling windows provide the bedroom with spectacular eastern sunlight. There is an adjoining office or sitting room, two well-appointed marble en-suite bathrooms, and dual walk-in closets with built-ins. The third level offers two additional bedrooms and a full bathroom. The lower level of the residence has a recreation room, fourth bedroom, full bathroom, and a laundry room. The generously-sized rear garden is fully fenced and mature trees provide additional privacy. The residence also offers one-car surface parking.