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DC Open House List for This Weekend

There’s over 250 open houses scheduled across the District this weekend. We’ve selected some of our favorites for the week to check out below and to see the entire DC Open House List, click here.

  • 2301 Champlain Street NW #108 — $889,000 — Adams Morgan
    Open Sat. 1-4 p.m. & Sun. 1-3 p.m. — Sean Forschler
    Spacious 2 BR at Adams Row with over 1,500 square feet has a wide open floor plan with industrial touches, walls of windows and a master bathroom with dual vanities, a frameless glass shower and a separate water closet.
  • 350 G Street SW #N102 — $275,000 — Southwest Waterfront
    Open Sun. 2-4 p.m. — Jason Martin
    “This meticulously kept studio in the heart of SW Waterfront/Wharf is the gelato your soul has been craving. Ignore the “studio” tag because the layout and square footage is larger than a lot of one bedroom units in the city.”
  • 2334 R Street SE — $739,500 — Randle Highlands
    Open Sun. 1:30-3 p.m. — Bob Williams
    Fully renovated detached SFH was recently under contract, but is now back on the market and looking for its new owner.
  • 645 Maryland Avenue NE #201 — $1,795,000 — Capitol Hill
    Open Sun. 2-4 p.m. — Fleur Howgill
    “One of the most beautiful condos in D.C. Formerly a 1906 garage that was transformed two years ago into this beautiful boutique, luxury, architecturally designed residences.
  • 4845 Illinois Avenue NW — $799,000 — Petworth
    Open Sun. 2-4 p.m. — Brett West
    4 BR/3.5 BA row home has only been on the market for 6 days, but already has gotten a $10k price reduction — just try to ignore the fact nearly every photo looks like it was taken from a ladder.

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