Our favorite TV bureaucrats may be paying a visit to the nation's capital.

TVLine reports that, should things come together, parts of "Parks and Recreation"'s fifth season could be filmed in D.C.:

Sources confirm to TVLine exclusively that the NBC comedy is looking to shoot scenes on location in D.C. for the premiere and perhaps beyond.

Season 4 ended with one of the show's main characters, Ben Wyatt, played by Adam Scott, leaving Indiana (where the show is set) for a political job in the District.

Ben is the boyfriend of the show's lead character, Leslie Knope, played by Amy Poehler, who may also be coming East, according to TVLine:

Parks‘ leading lady Amy Poehler is also expected to make the trek, presumably so Leslie can help her beau get acclimated to his new city.

Where in D.C. do you think Ben Wyatt would live, if he weren't a fictional character? Sell him on a neighborhood in the comments, or tweet us your thoughts.

Meanwhile, here's some Georgetown real estate that could strike his fancy:

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  • 3053 P St. NW, $9.85 Million

    Look at enough $18-$20 million dollar houses, and a 9-bedroom, 11-bath Victorian for $9.85 million starts seeming positively affordable! The <a href="http://www.realtor.com/realestateandhomes-detail/3053-P-St-Nw_Washington_DC_20007_M53742-55049?ex=DC537512170" target="_hplink">listing is here</a>.

  • 1607 28th St. NW, $18 Million

    This 8-bedroom, 10-bath, 6-fireplace detached Federal was part of the Evermay estate. It's <a href="http://www.realtor.com/realestateandhomes-detail/1607-28th-St-Nw_Washington_DC_20007_M51953-99344" target="_hplink">listed for $18,000,000</a>.

  • 1607 28th St. NW, $18 Million

  • 1607 28th St. NW, $18 Million

  • 3243 Q St. NW, $4.95 Million

    This two-story loft building is somebody's dream house. Somebody like us, but with $4.95 million. The roof can be turned into a deck, with views of the Potomac. Please, turn the roof into a deck, and then invite us over. <a href="http://www.realtor.com/realestateandhomes-detail/3243-Q-St-Nw_Washington_DC_20007_M56191-12987" target="_hplink">Here's the listing</a>.

  • 3243 Q St. NW, $4.95 Million

  • 1348 28th St. NW, $2.25 Million

    Three bedrooms, three baths and a gorgeous little garden can be yours for $2.25 million. <a href="http://www.realtor.com/realestateandhomes-detail/1348-28th-St-Nw_Washington_DC_20007_M69037-25785" target="_hplink">Here's the listing</a> for what's described as a "jewel box" -- that means small and fancy.

  • 1348 28th St. NW, $2.25 Million

  • 1307 35th St. NW, $1.895 Million

    This is a perfect little Federal Georgetown home, with two bedrooms, three baths, built-in bookcases, a covered back porch and a garden. <a href="http://www.realtor.com/realestateandhomes-detail/1307-35th-St-Nw_Washington_DC_20007_M68547-56413?ex=DC549528914" target="_hplink">The listing is here</a>. (Want your heart broken? The property is listed for $1.894 million now. Realtor.com shows that in 2004 it sold for $120,000.)

  • 1307 35th St. NW, $1.895 Million

  • 1212 Eton Court NW, #1212, $499,000

    This is a 2-bedroom, 1-bath duplex that recently rented out for $3,000 per month. It might not be fantasy real estate, but that terrace sure looks inviting. <a href="http://www.realtor.com/realestateandhomes-detail/1212-Eton-Ct-Nw-1212_Washington_DC_20007_M60994-75663" target="_hplink">Here's the listing</a>.

  • 1212 Eton Court NW, #1212, $499,000

  • 3019 Dent Place NW, $1,195,950

    Four bedrooms, three baths and a sleeping porch in this 1900 attached rowhouse. <a href="http://www.realtor.com/realestateandhomes-detail/3019-Dent-Pl-Nw_Washington_DC_20007_M59255-30137" target="_hplink">Here's the listing.</a> And one more time: sleeping porch.

  • 3019 Dent Place NW, $1,195,950

  • 3019 Dent Place NW, $1,195,950

  • 3313 Q St. NW, $925,000

    This 1900 Federal house has two bedrooms, 2.5 baths and a lower level in-law suite with its own full bath. We are also fans of the porch. <a href="http://www.realtor.com/realestateandhomes-detail/3313-Q-St-Nw_Washington_DC_20007_M54164-02830" target="_hplink">Here's the listing</a>.

  • 3313 Q St. NW, $925,000

  • 1522 33rd St. NW, $1,995,000

    This 1812 Federal has five bedrooms, three baths, gardens and staff quarters. <a href="http://www.realtor.com/realestateandhomes-detail/1522-33rd-St-Nw_Washington_DC_20007_M62179-80321" target="_hplink">Here's the listing</a>.

  • 1522 31st St. NW, $3.3 Million

    A sunny 6-bedroom, 6-bath Victorian with a garden, an in-law suite and wine storage. <a href="http://www.realtor.com/realestateandhomes-detail/1522-31st-St-Nw_Washington_DC_20007_M53551-37621" target="_hplink">Here's the listing</a>.

  • 1522 31st St. NW, $3.3 Million

  • 3526 P St. NW, $1.42 Million

    This 3-bedroom, 4-bath house has a private yard with a fountain. <a href="http://www.realtor.com/realestateandhomes-detail/3526-P-St-Nw_Washington_DC_20007_M53467-94083" target="_hplink">Here's the listing</a>.

  • 3526 P St. NW, $1.42 Million

  • 3526 P St. NW, $1.42 Million

  • 3027 Cambridge Place NW, $850,000

    The 3-bedroom, 3-bath 1910 Colonial needs some work but could well be worth it. <a href="http://www.realtor.com/realestateandhomes-detail/3027-Cambridge-Pl-Nw_Washington_DC_20007_M58177-94297" target="_hplink">Here's the listing</a>.

  • 3027 Cambridge Place NW, $850,000

  • 1511 26th St. NW, $745,000

    Two bedrooms, two baths, a wood-burning fireplace and a patio in this 1900 Federal. <a href="http://www.realtor.com/realestateandhomes-detail/1511-26th-St-Nw_Washington_DC_20007_M65766-80946" target="_hplink">Here's the listing</a>.

  • 2603 O St. NW #1, $399,000

    One bedroom, one bath, $399,999. Welcome to Georgetown. <a href="http://www.realtor.com/realestateandhomes-detail/2603-O-St-Nw-Apt-1_Washington_DC_20007_M57605-53810" target="_hplink">Here's the listing</a>.

  • 2603 O St. NW #1, $399,000

  • 3303 Water St. NW, #B-3, $849,000

    This is a one-bedroom, one-bath 950-square-foot condo in a waterfront building with a rooftop pool. Enjoy. <a href="http://www.realtor.com/realestateandhomes-detail/3303-Water-St-Nw-B-3_Washington_DC_20007_M69146-42292" target="_hplink">Here's the listing</a>.

  • 3327 Prospect St. NW, $4.995 Million

    This is a customizable 4-bedroom, 6-bath end unit townhouse. The developers will even build you a turret if that's what you want. <a href="http://www.realtor.com/realestateandhomes-detail/3327-Prospect-St-Nw_Washington_DC_20007_M62300-02334" target="_hplink">Here's the listing</a>.

  • 2603 O St. NW #1, $399,000


(H/T DCist)

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