Washington, DC

We’ve got another week full of indoor time and likely to see it continue for several more — but that doesn’t mean you can’t check out some new homes on the market! Just like the past couple of weeks, rather than listing physical open houses, we want to provide you with options to tour the home without leaving the comfort of your pajamas (or bed). Check out our selected “virtual showings” with 3D tours, videos or both below. Make sure your agent has a strategy to keep you safe while searching for your next home.  To see the full Open House List, click here.

  • 4605 9th Street NW — $624,999 — Petworth
    Open ONLINE — Kevin Wood
    “Situated in the heart of Petworth, just off Sherman Circle, the house features three bedrooms and one full bath upstairs. The property has beautiful original details including the stunning hardwood floors, 5-panel doors, a cool original built-in in the kitchen, transom windows and more!” View full listing here.
  • 700 7th Street SW #806 — $499,900 — Southwest Waterfront
    Open ONLINE — Emily Gordon
    Top floor 1 BR/1 BA unit at Town Square Towers with hardwood floors and 2 Juliet balconies has the same square footage of most of the 2 BRs in the building. View full listing here.
  • 4100 Cathedral Avenue NW #PH9 — $889,500 — Cathedral Heights
    Open ONLINE — Lisa Abrams
    In a Best Address building, this 2 BR/2.5 BA 2,200+ square foot penthouse features a wide-open floorplan with tons of natural light, including a massive set of skylights in the main living space. View full listing here.

  • 2242 16th Street NE — $584,900 — Brentwood
    Open ONLINE — Roger Taylor
    Beautiful “fully renovated, 3-level 4 bedrooms 2.5 baths Row Home in sought after Brentwood” includes a full fenced-in private backyard with space for off-street parking. View full listing here.
  • 4880 Glenbrook Road NW — $5,350,000 — Spring Valley
    Open ONLINE — Mary Ehrgood
    This massive 5,500+ square foot home on “over 3/4 acre of incredible park-like grounds and gardens provide a one-of-a-kind setting for this most refined and handsome 1929 fieldstone house which was previously expanded by architect David Jones. Gorgeous rooms. 5 wood-burning fireplaces; 6 BR; 7.5 BA; outdoor pool and shared tennis court.” View full listing here.
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