I don't have the measurements, but we LOVE ours. I would suggest a very thorough inspection. Some things to check...my laminate on the outside was coming unglued from the bottoms of the slides and was very wavy. You can easily see it if you look down the side of the coach with the slides closed. It was an expensive repair because they had to rip off the painted strips to install bolts all along the bottom of each slide and then put on new strips and paint them all 3 colors. Make sure the batteries check good - batteries plus or a good dealer can check them. Look inside each overhead cabinet for any water leaks, bubbling, etc. Check the jacks and slides - level several times and move the slides in/out several times. Check for leaks under the coach. Check the stairs to make sure they are solid when out and that they go in/out OK with no grinding. Check the water heater panel and make sure it is flush with the outside of the coach. Make sure the main door opens/closes/locks well without sticking. Check the roof as already explained above. See if the Ford 5 year/60K mile chassis warranty is transferable. Check all appliances - propane system can be validated at the same time. The list could go on and on, but these seem to be the common issues you may find on a Georgetown. Don't mean to scare you off - all motorhomes have issues. The great thing is that with a forum like this you know ahead of time where the weak areas are.
Tim & Lisa
2011 Georgetown 350