Georgetown Seattle

Named after Julius Horton, Georgetown is the oldest residential neighborhood in Seattle, Washington. It has a population of about 1300 people. Once a wide-open saloon town, Georgetown today hosts numerous cafes, saloons, galleries and restaurants scattered in the neighborhood. Beat Walk is a food and music function in Georgetown enjoyed by the residents on the first Friday of every month. Also, every year, Georgetown Arts and Garden Tour are held on the second Sunday of July. As the name suggests, this event features arts studios, the Hats n Boots and gardens, an event to make people appreciate the aesthetic beauty of the place. Georgetown is a wonderful and lively place to live.Downtown is close enough for people to comfortably commute to their jobs. Also, the Boeing Field, located south of Georgetown, provides jobs to many of the residents at Georgetown. Another historic place in this neighborhood is The Stables , where once race horses used to take place but it’s now used for rentals. This is for the horse riding enthusiasts. One of the places worth mentioning here is the Gateway park through which the beautiful and scenic Duwamish River Beach can be accessed. This is counted as one of the hot spots of this neighborhood.

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