DC Open House List for This Weekend

A New Year means a new opportunity to become a homeowner — and this year you get 366 days to do it! Take a look at the first suggested batch of open houses for 2020 below and to see the full list, click here.

  • 3500 13th Street NW #109 — $475,000 — Columbia Heights
    Open Sat. & Sun. 1-4 p.m. — Allison Edwards
    “Absolutely charming [2 BR/1 BA] unit in Columbia Station Condominiums” with hardwood floors, fresh paint, spacious bedrooms and more in this first floor unit that sits a “half-story high, allowing for both ample privacy and optimal natural light.”
  • 2724 12th Street NE #21 — $510,000 — Brookland
    Open Sun. 1-4 p.m. — Kim Fallin
    2 BR/2 BA 2-level unit built in 2016 is practically BRAND-NEW and features a gourmet kitchen with quartz countertops, stainless appliances, spa-like bathrooms and more!
  • 3718 Garfield Street NW — $1,849,000 — Cathedral Heights
    Open Sun. 1-3 p.m. — Daniel MacDonald
    “One of the widest homes in the neighborhood, the envelope of this classic front porch Wardman remains, while the [5 BR/3.5 BA] interior was entirely renovated, designed and finished to the highest standards with prestigious materials and meticulous attention to detail.”
  • 17 R Street NE — $995,500 — Eckington
    Open Sun. 2-4 p.m. — Christopher Chambers
    4 BR/3.5 BA Victorian interior rowhome with nearly 1,800 square feet includes large windows, hardwood floors, a fenced-in backyard and “a separately metered income-producing huge lower level.”
  • 125 Xenia Street SE — $419,000 — Congress Heights
    Open Sun. 3-5 p.m. — Tom Hennerty
    “Totally new [3 BR/3 BA] mid-century modern remodel/renovation for years of maintenance free living!!”

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