2021 has brought a lot of change to the District already and this week brought one of the biggest changes. In typical DMV fashion, a new administration means an influx of new residents as well as others skipping town and amongst all these changes there’s one thing that hasn’t changed — the DMV real estate market. With 230+ open houses in the District this weekend, throw on your jacket and mask and get to finding your next home! 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.
- 701 Lamont Street NW #20 — $469,900 — Park View/Columbia Heights
Open Sun. 12-2 p.m. — Fernando Garcia
“At the Petworth edge of Columbia Heights, this 1 bedroom, 1.5 bath condo offers a genuine mid-20th Century aesthetic as vibrant as ever. The exposed ductwork, 11-foot ceilings, walls of windows and polished-concrete floors illustrate the building’s integrity, while the new appliances and conveniences — double gas oven with convection cooking, walk-in closet with Elfa organizer, bamboo flooring in the bedroom, and so much more — showcase a home’s comforts. More practically, consider the newer appliances, the *very* new HVAC, garage parking and fitness room. Or, for inspiration, visit the rooftop deck for sweeping views of the nation’s capital. Back at street level, take in some of the city’s best venues, from bagels across the street at Call Your Mother, fabulous Filipino offerings at Bad Saint, or get Georgian — *khachapuri*, not collards — on Georgia Avenue with Tabla by Supra. At Lamont Street Lofts, Unit 20 brings it all together with an affordable-yet-authentic midcentury aesthetic and outstanding location, along with all the comforts and convenience you crave.”
- 302 L Street SE — $788,500 — Capitol Riverfront/Navy Yard
Open Sat. & Sun. 1-3 p.m. — Tom Faison
2 BR/1.5 BA interior rowhome with 3 levels feels narrow, but still boasts more than 1,500 square feet of living space, including a finished lower level family room/den/office space.
- 334 14th Place NE #4 — $339,000 — Kingman Park
Open Sun. 1-3 p.m. — Russell Brazil
“This condo features soaring ceilings and ample natural light which makes it feel much larger than its size suggests. This condo is fully updated. Open concept kitchen features stainless steel appliances and granite countertops. Updated bathroom. Corner unit with windows on two walls in addition to multiple skylights. In unit laundry. Rooftop deck with grill. Barn style doors to optimize the space in the unit. Tons of updates which include all new light fixtures, water heater, flooring, oven, Nest thermostat, window blinds.”
- 1253 4th Street SW — $1,219,999 — Southwest Waterfront
Open Sun. 12:30-3:30 p.m. — Mahadeo Wayal
Spacious 4-level townhouse with 4 BR/3 FB/2 HB has gorgeous hardwood floors and built-ins throughout the home as well as 2 owner’s suites, a balcony and a private fenced-in stone patio.
- 3028 Wisconsin Avenue NW #103 — $225,000 — Cathedral Heights/Cleveland Park
Open Sun. 2-4 p.m. — Meche Martinez
“This light-filled studio at the Cathedral Court Condominiums has been beautifully updated and is located just steps from the National Cathedral — it is truly a must-see! The kitchen features granite countertops, stainless steel appliances, tall cabinets that provide ample storage, a built-in microwave, gas range, dishwasher and a newly tiled floor. The hardwood floors, high ceilings and crown molding throughout the studio provide character and charm, making it a wonderful place to call home.”
I hope you have a meaningful and reflective day today. We will back posting on our regular schedule Tuesday.
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