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DC Open House List for This Weekend

In typical 3-day holiday weekend fashion, The District is fairly light on the open houses with less than 150 on the books. This might not be the biggest weekend for opens but it is a good one if you don’t want to fight off any competition. Check out some of our favorite open houses below and to see the full Open House List, click here.

  • 1454 Belmont Street NW #12 — $1,015,000 — Columbia Heights
    Open Sat. 12-2:30 p.m. — Kassie Walker
    “THE VIEW WILL INSPIRE YOU LIKE A TRUE WASHINGTONIAN In this spacious 2 bedroom, 2.5 bathroom modern urban style loft! This truly amazing space features soaring 24ft. ceilings and sleek modern aesthetics, fixtures, and appliances, complete with an upper loft bedroom and a main level bedroom/den, both with their own full bathrooms, a main level hallway powder room, and a balcony with some of the best monumental views of downtown D.C., with a total of 1,300 sq. ft. of living space! A rare opportunity to acquire an amazing unit on the southern boundary of Columbia Heights where you have the scenic panoramic downtown D.C. southern views. As an added convenience, unit 12 includes 1 garage parking space, secure code building entrances, and an in-unit washer and dryer. Conveniently located in the heart of the District on Belmont Street between 14th and 15th streets NW, City Overlook unit 12 is completely walkable to all of the best retail, restaurants, bars, and nightlife of U street/Cardozo, the 14th Street corridor, and more!”
  • 3450 Summit Court NE #3450 — $399,000 — Fort Lincoln
    Open Sun. 1-3 p.m. — Mandy & Tim Hursen Jr.
    “This townhouse style condo exudes personality and exceeds expectations. Elevated two-bedroom floor plan equipped with loads of special features.”
  • 743 Irving Street NW — $734,900 — Columbia Heights
    Open Sat. 12-2 p.m. & Sun. 11 a.m.-1 p.m. — Kevin Wood
    “This charming house features three bedrooms and one full bath, with the possibility to expand the house out onto the enormous lot. Walk to Columbia Heights and Petworth metros, loads of restaurants (Midlands, Tabla, St Vincent Wine Bar, Hook Hall and tons more). Some upgrades have been done (recently installed CAC) while other areas of the house await your creative touches.”
  • 260 15th Street SE — $1,089,000 — Hill East
    Open Sat. & Sun. 1-3 p.m. — Joel Nelson
    “Over 2200 finished SF over 3 lovely levels — including PRISTINE 2017 lower suite renovation with polished concrete floors, spa bath, wet bar and surround sound media room! Classic Hill flow: gracious living + dining + rear gourmet kitchen straight out of Provence, plus three real bedrooms up, this fantastic and fastidious Federal is calling for you!”
  • 811 4th Street NW #708 — $465,000 — Mt. Vernon Triangle
    Open Sat. 11 a.m.-1 p.m. — Felicia Brewster
    “This spacious one-bedroom loft condo is located in the center of it all. City-living at its best, tallying a 95 “Walk-Score” restaurants, shops, Metro, Amtrak and VRE and urban living are right outside your door. Madrigal Lofts boasts a 24-hour front desk service, a full fitness center, and a rooftop deck with grills and seating (perfect for get-togethers!) in addition to a plethora of outstanding views.”
  • 88 V Street SW #801 — $1,575,000 — Buzzard Point
    Open Sat. 6-8 p.m. & Sun. 1-3 p.m. — Jonathan Lahey
    “This two bed, two and a half bath with all the upgrades sits waterfront on pioneering development in Buzzards Point. Your future home is filled with historic views of D.C. From your couch you’ll see the Washington monument, Old Town Alexandria, the Potomac and the Anacostia river. From your bedroom you’ll have an amazing view of the Frederick Douglas bridge and sunsets over the water.”

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