Built in the mid-1800s, 1033 Cecil Place NW is a semi-detached townhouse replete with Georgetown charm. The handsome original stone facade and ivy-covered walls complement the home's many period details and interior renovations. Notable features include exposed brick, two fireplaces, heated floors, recessed lighting, exposed beams, extensive custom storage and marble finishes throughout. A lush, secluded rear garden and patio with custom bar, seating with hidden storage and paved grilling area provides plenty of space for fair weather entertaining. A rare offering, the property is ideally located on a quiet, one-way street between the C&O Canal and Georgetown's waterfront park.