DC Open House List for This Weekend

Now that it’s getting darker sooner and chillier faster, it’s no secret that fall is in full swing in the DMV. While you may have to dodge some random leaf piles on your walk around town, there are still nearly 300 open houses scheduled across the District this weekend. Take a look at our favorites below and to see the full Open House List, click here.

  • 1312 Upshur Street NW #1 — $799,000 — Petworth
    Open Sat. 2-4 p.m. — Andres Serafini
    “WELCOME to this luscious and spacious condo that offers outdoor living, perfect for entertaining. Upon entering the unit, you are greeted by tons of light and high ceilings to make way for a spacious floor plan. A newly renovated, customized home that boasts of atrium white oak flooring throughout and quartz countertops with a waterfall island and top of the line Samsung appliances in the kitchen. The craftsmanship + thoughtful design of this gem are truly breathtaking. The kitchen overlooks the luminous filled living room & dining area. There is also a large deck that overlooks the large fenced in green space; there is also reserved parking in the back. Heading downstairs you will find the sun-filled primary bedroom with ample storage, en-suite bathroom featuring double vanity, and a private patio perfect for relaxation. The two bedrooms are located towards the front of the home along with a full bath in the hallway. All electrical + plumbing system + appliance, HVAC systems, energy efficient windows, high efficiency LED lighting are completely new. All the bathrooms feature cultured marble vanity tops, Delta premium faucets, Kohler bathtubs and frameless shower doors. Enjoy this thoughtfully laid out floor plan, perfect for indoor and outdoor entertaining. Conveniently located near the Georgia Ave-Petworth Metro Station and endless restaurants and bars including favorites like Hook Hall, Call your Mother Bagels, St.Vincent Wine Bar, Taqueria Habanero, Pho Viet and more!”
  • 1034 Otis Street NE #102 — $620,000 — University Heights
    Open Sun. 1-3 p.m. — Philip Martinez Nadal
    “This townhouse-style home gives you the conveniences of condo living with a front door that actually gets you outside. All the goodness of row house living without the shoveling or mowing. And if you want to get away from everything for a bit for some real peace, climb up to the private roof for fresh air right next to the tree tops and views of the city.”
  • 1545 18th Street NW #715 — $424,900 — Dupont Circle
    Open Sun. 2-4 p.m. — Metro DC Houses
    “Live in the middle of the action in this light, bright, beautifully updated [1 BR/1 BA] condo at the Dupont East. The walls of windows offer spectacular views throughout all seasons, while the tastefully designed interior offers an orb of creature comforts.”
  • 5025 Ayers Place SE — $599,999 — Marshall Heights
    Open Sun. 1-3 p.m. — Arynne Crane
    “Bright and airy with its open concept design and plenty of natural light, this home will make you the envy of all your friends. The beach vibes will make you feel like you’re on vacation every day. Sit out on your front deck and, due to your vantage point, look down on everyone.”
  • 1279 Owen Place NE — $850,000 — Trinidad
    Open Sat. & Sun. 2-4 p.m. — John Coleman
    “Recently renovated, this home makes life easy. Features include exposed brick, hardwood floors, gourmet kitchen (quartz counters), butler’s pantry, and designer bathroom fixtures and accents. With a basement in-law suite, parking, and fun outdoor space, you won’t find a more complete package!”
  • 1514 17th Street NW #311 — $255,000 — Dupont Circle
    Open Sat. 10 a.m.-12 p.m. — Shana Webb
    “You’ll love this large, open studio in The Copley Plaza located in the heart of the coveted Dupont Circle just steps away from it all. Own a slice of history at a bargain price! This is the largest studio in the building and makes a perfect home or pied-à-terre away from home.”

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