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DC Open House List for This Weekend

We have 300 open houses scheduled across the District this weekend, with a wide array of condos, townhouses and single-family homes. No matter the type of home you are looking for in D.C., there’s bound to be an option for your home-buying journey. To see the full Open House List, click here.

  • 3628 Fessenden Street NW — $950,000 — Wakefield
    Open Sun. 1-3 p.m. — Joe Himali
    “Perfectly situated on a quiet street steps from the shops and dining of Connecticut Avenue, this lovely, renovated brick terraced home offers bright spaces with style and charm. The main floor is bright and airy with tall ceilings, ample windows and open spaces. The bay window floods the entry area with light, and two beautifully designed closets are functional and aesthetically pleasing with contemporary storage systems and exposed brick. The spacious living area is inviting and open with recessed LED lighting and oak floors, leading through a period archway into the dining room. The dining room is connected to the updated kitchen by doorway and arched pass-through for both easy access and charming detail. The kitchen features granite counters, chef’s gas range with two ovens, stainless steel appliances and access to the lovely patio and gardens. The wooden stair rail and stairs lead to upper level with primary suite, two additional bedrooms, bath and oak floors throughout. The vast primary suite opens to an alcove with a wall of windows. Flanking the alcove are two double-sized contemporary closets with storage systems and exposed brick. The bedroom area offers two additional closets as well. The en suite bath is chicly updated with marble floor and travertine mosaic wall tile. The second bedroom is roomy with southern exposure overlooking the patio and gardens as does the third bedroom. The hall bath offers a full tub, updated tile and bright skylight. The lower level provides bright and beautiful living space. Recessed lighting adds warmth and light, while a carved wooden stair rail adds elegance to the family room. A full bath with porcelain pedestal sink and kitchenette with granite counters allow for potential as an in-law or au pair suite.”
  • 1221 D Street NE — $899,900 — Capitol Hill
    Open Sun. 1-3 p.m. — Metro DC Houses
    “Previously held as an investment duplex that is nearly turn-key for someone to live in or lease out. Each unit boasts complete kitchens with dishwasher, stove, and refrigerator as well as washer and dryers and its own Central HVAC. The rear of the property is currently set up as yard space, but with access to the alley could easily become parking. An individual looking to make their mark on the Hill could also convert back to a single-family home, by easily opening the wall between the stairs going to the second floor and closing off the second doorway.”
  • 2127 California Street NW #803 — $489,900 — Kalorama
    Open Sat. 2-4 p.m. & Sun. 1-3 p.m. — Dina Paxenos
    “Come check out this sophisticated and spacious, top floor, renovated 1 BD/1 BA condo with private balcony. The open floor plan is flooded with natural light.”
  • 1324 E Street SE #303 — $475,000 — Capitol Hill
    Open Sat. 1-3 p.m. — Heather Sand
    “Welcome to luxury at its finest in Capitol Hill, The Buchanan School: A Ditto Project. Features of this unit include 10′ plus ceilings, large sun-filled windows, deck, washer/dryer, gourmet kitchen with soft-close drawers and doors, quartz countertops and backsplash, under-cabinet lighting, and Bosch appliances.”
  • 1735 Johnson Avenue NW #B — $699,900 — Logan Circle
    Open Sat. & Sun. 2-4 p.m. — Daniel Llerena & Andrea Medinaceli
    “This turn-key 2 BD/2 BA open floor plan home is perfect for relaxing and entertaining. Located on a quiet one-way street and blocks away from the popular 14th Street and Logan Circle, this home features two generously sized bedrooms, two updated bathrooms, wood floors, new light fixtures, a wood-burning fireplace [and] high ceilings.”

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