DC Open House List for This Weekend

There are more than 300 open houses scheduled across the District this weekend, many of which are open both Saturday and Sunday for convenient touring no matter your availability. 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.

  • 2125 14th Street NW #324W — $1,165,000 — 14th Street Corridor
    Open Sat. & Sun. 1-3 p.m. — Debi Fox
    “Stylish Contemporary in Union Row Warehouses. Renovated, looks like new! Industrial design with historic warehouse touches. The home lives like a townhouse, on 3 levels with separate exterior entrances to each unit, with the convenience of concierge services and meeting/party room spaces in the main building. Newly Renovated updates to include: New kitchen countertops and updated cabinetry, new dishwasher, new washer/dryer, updated master bathroom cabinetry, all new white oak wood flooring and carpet in the bedrooms, and freshly painted throughout the condo. Features include: Chef’s eat-in kitchen with island and stainless steel GE Monogram Appliances w/ gas oven, open floor plan, floor to ceiling windows on north and south sides, high ceilings, 2 patios, vaulted ceilings in primary bedroom, 3rd floor with loft space for extra bedroom or office/den, workout space with deck off the loft. South-facing unit with incredible Washington Monument views from the private terrace, living and primary bedroom levels. One of the best views in the entire complex! An unbeatable location just steps to groceries, including Trader Joes, Yes Market and the new Whole Foods off of Florida, plus all the restaurants on U and 14th Streets, the Metro just a few blocks away, easy access to YMCA. Garage parking space included! A full-service pet friendly building that is ready to be your new home.”
  • 2909 17th Street NE #202 — $495,000 — Brookland
    Open Sat. & Sun. 1-3 p.m. — Monique Van Blaricom
    “This stunning 2-bedroom, 2-bathroom condo features an expansive open-concept living/dining area, modern finishes, quartz countertops, and stainless steel appliances. Exquisite pecan hardwood floors throughout the unit, 9-foot ceilings, and large windows providing tons of natural light gives this home an elevated feel.”
  • 811 4th Street NW #208 — $485,000 — Mt. Vernon Triangle
    Open Sat. & Sun. 1-3 p.m. — Mandy Hursen & Tim Hursen Jr.
    “Spacious and bursting with natural light, this stunning condo offers refined living in the sought-after Mount Vernon Triangle. This beautiful abode blends modern construction with loft-inspired style such as high ceilings, hardwood floors and exposed ductwork.”
  • 519 Tennessee Avenue NE — $999,000 — Capitol Hill/Hill East
    Open Sat. 1-3 p.m. — James Thomley
    “This home has it all — 3 full bedrooms and 3.5 baths, a large kitchen with GE Profile appliances, quartz counters, an island with space for morning breakfast, and so much natural light you will rarely turn on your lights.”
  • 1 Scott Circle NW #305 — $270,000 — Logan Circle
    Open Sun. 1:30-4:30 p.m. — Robert Sabanosh
    “This junior one-bedroom features lots of natural lighting. Bask in the afternoon sunlight through large windows while the French doors allow light to illuminate the entire apartment. The unit has gleaming hardwood floors, a walkthrough closet and a large living room closet, which offer generous storage.”

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