DC Open House List for This Weekend

It’s a busy weekend with 360+ open houses scheduled across the District while we enjoy some true spring weather. While you won’t need an umbrella this time around, you may want to bring some sunscreen if you plan on being out and about, perhaps having a D.C. brunch followed by some house hunting. Check out some open houses below and to see the full Open House List,  click here.

  • 5208 Bass Place SE — $639,900 — Marshall Heights
    Open Sat. 12-2 p.m. — Denise Greene
    “Welcome home to this historic and magnificently restored modern, cottage-style home in the heart of Marshall Heights where First Lady Eleanor Roosevelt first visited in 1934. This true turnkey gem awaits your dwelling! 5208 Bass Place SE features an expansive open floor plan with recess lighting, hardwood floors and 9-10 ft ceilings throughout the home, gourmet kitchen with 42″ custom cabinetry, stainless steel appliances and quartz countertops. The main dwelling features a combined living and dining area with tons of natural light, a custom geometric accent wall, and separate laundry room. The primary bedroom features 10+ foot ceiling, skylight, ceiling fan, recess lighting, custom built closets and primary bathroom en suite. The second and third bedrooms are spacious with ample closet space. The bedrooms are perfect for either guest accommodations, an office or recreational/fitness room. The exterior features of the home include brand new roof with architectural shingles, new vinyl siding, new windows, new HVAC, new tankless water heater, all new electrical and plumbing, all new drywall, professional landscaping including new sod, shrubs, patio installation and pavers. Enjoy everything Marshall Heights has to offer in this fabulous renovation. Close proximity to Marvin Gaye Park, East Capitol Street Corridor, KIPP DC Benning Campus, Capitol Hill, Navy Yard, grocery, and major commuter route. Less than 1 mile to Benning Road and Capitol Heights Metro Stations.”
  • 3020 Tilden Street NW #102 — $600,000 — North Cleveland Park
    Open Sat. & Sun. 1-3 p.m. — Joe Himali
    “Unit #102 at 3020 Tilden Street, NW combines the best of city living with the serenity of sylvan views — this tranquil home, facing away from the street and nestled in the garden sanctuary of Tilden Gardens, is flooded in warm natural sunlight and provides both grand and airy living areas and quiet and private sleeping quarters.”
  • 49 Danbury Street SW — $400,000 — Bellevue
    Open Sun. 2-4 p.m. — Arynne Crane
    “This inviting [2 BR/2.5 BA] townhome is the ideal place to call home” with a “spacious living area [that] will make you the envy of all your friends; with its open concept design, high ceilings, crown molding, freshly painted walls and hardwood floors.”
  • 1419 R Street NW #43 — $724,900 — Logan Circle
    Open Sat. & Sun. 11 a.m.-2 p.m. — Gene Sung
    “This unit tier is one of the most coveted in the building, having the largest layout, southern and western exposures, and views of the courtyard. Two decorative fireplaces bring character and charm to the separate living and dining rooms and the kitchen features granite countertops, maple cabinets and a vintage Chambers range. Immersed in natural sunlight, the flow is perfect for entertaining and everyday living.”
  • 800 Burns Street SE — $499,000 — Fort Dupont Park
    Open Sun. 1-3:30 p.m. — Bill Jackson
    “Totally renovated in 2015 this meticulously maintained home is move in ready for its new owner! Home sits on a large corner lot with two fenced in patios and a brick bbq pit perfect for entertaining two car off street rear parking pad.”

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