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Off-Campus Housing Question

beesandwich21beesandwich21 4 replies20 threads New Member
edited May 2014 in Georgetown University
For off-campus housing, would you say there are more houses or more apartments available? Which of the two are more popular among students?
edited May 2014
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  • SFS2015SFS2015 5 replies0 threads New Member
    The Georgetown neighborhood is almost entirely townhouses. I have never heard of an undergraduate not living either in West Georgetown or Burleith when off campus, as the campus is the focus of the social scene.

    In 8 or 9 times out of ten most housing off campus will be a townhouse with 4-6 people living in it. However it is possible to find larger townhouses that have been divided into single floor apartments (this is what I have). In terms of popularity, mostly due to availability, townhouses are the more popular and the apartments don't really save you much money (if any).
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