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DC Open House List for This Weekend

We’ve got a massive weekend of open houses with more than 400 scheduled across the District. Whether you are in the market for a studio condo or a giant detached home, there are plenty of options for homebuyers of all price ranges. Take a look at our favorites below and to see the full Open House List, click here.

  • 530 Quintana Place NW — $699,900 — Brightwood
    Open Sat.& Sun. 1-3 p.m. — Molly Branson
    “Three-bedroom, three full bath semi-detached home with off street parking in sought after Brightwood! 530 Quintana sits on a quiet tree-lined street. This home has enormous appeal! Adorned and beautiful, solid wood doors and framed windows with original trim and hardware, wrought iron balusters and light colored, hardwood floors throughout the main and upper levels maintain the character and appeal of this home built in 1935. Enter and you will be struck by the light-filled spaciousness of the open living room and dining room floor plan. Kitchen with light gray cabinetry, island, stainless-steel appliances, granite countertops, gas range and pendant lighting. Off the kitchen is a sunroom, perfect as a workspace, library or room to relax and let the outdoor seasons shine in. The upper level has a primary bedroom with exceptionally high vaulted ceilings and a striking bathroom with black tiled flooring and a frameless shower. The large second bedroom sits next to the hall bath, which boasts honeycomb floor tile and bright wall tile surrounding the tub. The lower level is bright with white ceramic tile floors as you travel through the family/TV room, bedroom, full bath, laundry and storage room. There is a lower-level walk-out to a fenced-in patio deck for entertaining, grilling or reading a book under the D.C. city skyline. Off street parking for one car on the rear parking pad. A true gem in a quiet neighborhood, this home is walkable to shops, grocery stores (plus Whole Foods coming in 2022!), parks & playgrounds, restaurants, the Takoma Park Farmer’s Market, and public transportation.”
  • 233 S Street NE #1 — $644,000 — Eckington
    Open Sat. 1-3 p.m. — Nicole Roeberg
    “Come home to this spacious 2 bedroom, 2.5 bath condo with a dedicated walk-up entrance in the vibrant Eckington neighborhood. Built in 2015, natural light fills the condo through an abundance of windows in all rooms. The open concept floor plan comes complete with a perfect work from home space or reading nook off of the living room.”
  • 2818 Connecticut Avenue NW #5 — $599,000 — Woodley Park
    Open Sun. 12-2 p.m. — Ellen Klein
    “IMAGINE! Your own private entrance(s) to your 2bedroom, 2 bath condo on renowned Connecticut Avenue in the sought after Woodley Park/Garfield” and “features  maple floors, Jenn-Air appliances, European Style Contemporary, Porcelonosa tiled baths, full sized W/D & Elfa Closet Systems.”
  • 1500 Pennsylvania Avenue SE #203 — $375,000 — Capitol Hill
    Open Sun. 1-2:30 p.m. — Brian Thomas
    “Bright modern Jr. one bedroom at The One-Five Condominium! Open living concept featuring loads of light and designer finishes, Bosch appliances, Quartz counters, custom cabs, Juliet Balcony, with wide plank wood flooring throughout, closet with organizer and W/D. A few building amenities to expect are bike storage as well as Panoramic roof-top views of the Capitol and beyond.”
  • 1246 Irving Street NW — $949,000 — Columbia Heights
    Open Sat. & Sun. 1-3 p.m. — Kevin Wood
    “You’ll love this majestic 1911 townhouse with its high ceilings, glowing original hardwood floors, early 20th century fireplaces, grand staircase and modern updates like central air and heat, stainless appliances. Adding to the house’s appeal is a basement in-law suite with front and back entrances, kitchen, bedroom area, a separate office space and garden in the rear.”

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