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DC Open House List for This Weekend

We’re now in that weird limbo of time past Thanksgiving but not yet Christmas, meaning we have a couple weeks of normal real estate before Santa and the New Year’s Baby come to town. 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.

  • 1338 Perry Place NW — $899,900 — Columbia Heights
    Open Sat. 1-3 p.m. — John Kirk
    “In awe of this Queen Anne’s continued grace, thoughtfully renovated to fulfill the expectations of modern living while ensuring its 100-year-old character remained intact. Swoon at the hand-carved columns separating formal living room and dining room, interior transom windows, turreted shaped rooms, original fireplace, original parquet flooring upstaged only by the added inset borders. From the hand-carved five-paneled doors, to the period chandelier, even the original brass doorknobs, all speak of treasuring DC’s past glories. The kitchen has been completely renovated with french farm-style cream cabinetry, interior lit display shelving, stainless steel appliances, gas cooking, plus the prized butler’s pantry. Bathrooms are also renovated but in keeping with the period. The lower level belies its age with recessed lighting and drywall, a bonus room and laundry area — fully functional for a busy household. The exterior of the home is defined by the tooth and dental cornices and elegantly shaped roofline, sizable front porch and three-story turret on the rear. Incredible opportunity to live in the past and the present simultaneously, with all of the hard ‘This Old House’ updates already completed.”
  • 600 Massachusetts Avenue NE — $1,500,000 — Capitol Hill
    Open Sat. 12-3 p.m. & Sun. 11 a.m.-2 p.m. — Francis Fernandez de Castro
    6 BR/3.5 BA almost-detached Colonial features a complete ground level 2 BR unit with its own kitchen, fireplace, entrance and patio for a potential $35k+ rental income.
  • 1440 Tuckerman Street NW #203 — $175,000 — Brightwood
    Open Sat. & Sun. 1-3 p.m. — Tim Jr. & Mandy  Hursen
    “This is an exciting opportunity to own your very own home in D.C. for less than the price of paying rent. This spacious one-bedroom, one-bathroom abode is set within the sought-after and central Brightwood neighborhood and is guaranteed to impress from the moment you step through the entry door.”
  • 1413 18th Place SE — $448,500 — Fairlawn
    Open Sat. & Sun. 1-3 p.m. — Tom Faison
    Quaint 3 BR/2 BA interior row home with 3 levels boasting hardwood floors throughout, a finished lower level office/recreation room and a rear fenced-in patio area.
  • 4311 Kansas Avenue NW #1 — $799,999 — Petworth
    Open Sun. 1-3 p.m. — Chris Burns
    “Unit 1 is a two-level, three bedroom, two full bathroom and one powder room unit that spans over 1,700 square feet” and features “dramatic double-height ceilings and exposures” and “a lofted office area, a second bedroom with a sliding barn door, a laundry closet and an owner’s suite with a walk-in closet and bathroom with dual vanities.”

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