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DC Open House List for This Weekend

We’re officially in the throes of “DC Fall,” which means it’s time for Halloween decorations, pumpkin spice lattes and temperatures ranging from 50 to 80 degrees in a given day. With nearly 400 open houses scheduled across the District this weekend, it’s time to put the summer months behind you and focus on your home buying search. Take a look at some of our favorites below and to see the full Open House List, click here.

  • 1402 Massachusetts Avenue SE — $1,074,999 — Capitol Hill
    Open Sat. & Sun.  11 a.m.-1 p.m. — Chris Hardgrave
    $175k price reduction and ready to sell! Just one block off of Lincoln Park, this gorgeous 2,100+ sq. ft. semi-detached Federal is perfectly positioned and tastefully updated for today’s buyer. With 3 bedrooms, 3.5 bathrooms, open floor plan, high ceilings and parking, this property can’t be missed! Huge living room/dining area with updated kitchen with stainless steel appliances and breakfast banquette perfect for morning coffee! Step upstairs to the light filled 3 bedrooms and an updated 2 full bathrooms. Step down to the lower level with a family room, kitchen, full bathroom and front/rear entrances perfect for entertaining, in-law suite or even rental. Add instant equity by creating a 4th bedroom in the basement with moving the washer/dryer and shifting HVAC slightly to create bedroom space! Secluded entertaining in the back plus parking! A techie’s dream with Ring doorbells connected to security, GE wifi lighting, NEST thermostat connected to NEST smoke/carbon monoxide detectors. Cat 6 wiring throughout! Easy to show schedule via Showingtime.”
  • 1735 Johnson Avenue NW #B — $665,000 — Logan Circle
    Open Sun. 11 a.m.-1 p.m. — Daniel Llerena
    “$10,000 settlement credit towards Buyers closing costs for accepted contract by September 30! This turn-key 2 bed, 2 bath open floor plan home is perfect for relaxing and entertaining. Located on a quiet one-way street and blocks away from the popular 14th St and Logan Circle, this home features two generously sized bedrooms, two updated bathrooms, wood floors” and more!
  • 654 6th Street NE — $1,145,000 — H Street Corridor/Cap. Hill
    Open Sun. 2-4 p.m. — John Coleman
    “Standing stately on Capitol Hill, this historic beauty offers not only the perfect location but also a nod to the classic D.C. vibe along with attributes to make life easy. For starters — the lower-level, one-bedroom unit is shockingly large and comes equipped with a C of O — meaning you can rent it out. The upstairs unit features soaring ceilings, sunny reading nook, custom built-ins, hardwood floors, a wood-burning fireplace (just in time for fall!), & beautiful exposed brick. Both rooms upstairs are sizable, to say the least, with a WOW factor from a primary bedroom with tons of space, light and closets. The lower-level unit is self-contained with its own garden-level kitchen overlooking a park, wood-burning fireplace, and efficient layout.”
  • 1312 Upshur Street NW #2 — $899,000 — Petworth
    Open Sat. 2-4 p.m. — Andres Serafini
    “Welcome to this spectacular [3 BR/3 BA] penthouse condo with large private outdoor living spaces, including an exclusive roof deck with panoramic views of the city. Upon entering the unit, you are greeted by tons of light and high ceilings to make way for a spacious floor plan.”
  • 3420 South Dakota Avenue NE — $725,000 — Woodridge
    Open Sun. 1-3 p.m. — Hannah Clancy-Thompson
    “Welcome to this charming bungalow situated between Woodridge and Brookland D.C.” with 3 bedrooms, a gas fireplace and 2 off-street parking spaces behind the home.
  • 3315 Wisconsin Avenue NW #804 — $257,500 — Cleveland Park
    Open Sun. 1-3 p.m. — Kathleen Ryan
    “Treetop view in sought after Cleveland Park across the street from vibrant Cathedral Commons shops. Updated bath and newly refinished wood floors throughout. Kitchen has gas cook top, wall oven and dishwasher.”

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