DC Open House List for This Weekend

While we have a stormy weekend ahead of us, there are still more than 300 open houses scheduled across the District this weekend. Don’t forget your umbrella or jacket and check out our favorite open houses below. To see the full Open House List, click here.

  • 602 Quincy Street NW — $830,000 — Petworth
    Open Sat. 2-4 & Sun. 1-3 p.m. — Kevin Wood
    “This gorgeous 1909 row house is very close (5 minute walk) to the Georgia Ave/Petworth Metro station, Safeway, Qualia Coffee, shops, restaurants and more! You’ll love the traditional floor plan with separate dining and living rooms, the inviting front porch, and finished basement. The house features three bedrooms and a full bath upstairs, and a second living room/bedroom and full bath on the lower level. A modern kitchen opens to the dining room for easy entertaining. Unlike in so many renovations, the original, warm hardwood floors have been preserved throughout, along with the 1909 staircase and newel post. In addition to the covered front porch, there is ample outdoor space, with a lovely front garden and rear patio. A must see!”
  • 1210 Perry Street NE #T3 — $460,000 — Brookland
    Open Sun. 1-3 p.m. — Trever Bellew
    “This sunlit 2-bedroom corner unit is updated throughout and ready to be called home! Featuring two sizable bedrooms and a den with custom built-ins and textured wallpaper that is just perfect for those work from home days.”
  • 66 New York Avenue NW #404 — $339,500 — NoMa
    Open Sat. 2-4 & Sun. 1-3 p.m. — Dina Paxenos
    “Attention all first-time homebuyers and Investors: this top floor, spacious one bedroom condo is perfect for you. You will not find a better value in NOMA than this unique and appealing condo. The modern open floor plan is big enough for a comfy sectional sofa, overflow seating and an area for dining or desk/office space.”
  • 5052 Meade Street NE — $574,999 — Deanwood
    Open Sun. 11 a.m.-1 p.m. — Molly Branson
    “New, semi-detached townhome in Deanwood! 5 bedrooms, 3 full baths and 1 half bath. What’s not to love with over 2,600 square feet of spacious, open floor plans, ceiling fans, beautiful flooring, an abundance of window light and recessed lighting.”
  • 1427 Roxanna Road NW — $899,000 — Shepherd Park
    Open Sat. 11 a.m.-1 p.m. — Jason Lallis
    “This all-brick Colonial sitting atop a hill on one the the city’s quietest blocks preserves the original charm and character from the 1940’s that is ready for your personal touch. This three-level home on a 5,000 sq. ft. lot features 8’+ ceilings on all levels, a walk-out basement, original solid oak wood flooring on the main and upper levels, a newly installed HVAC, a newly installed roof, a wood-burning living room fireplace, and a cozy library with built-in bookshelves.”
  • 1115 H Street NE #501 — $390,000 — H Street Corridor
    Open Sat. 1:30-3:30 p.m. — Jordan Parker
    RECENT PRICE REDUCTION! “You can’t miss this quaint LIGHT FILLED 1 BD | 1 BA condo featuring FRESH paint throughout, gleaming hardwood floors, stainless steel appliances, quartz countertops, and community roof top!”
  • 6805 5th Street NW — $1,374,900 — Takoma
    Open Fri. 4-7 p.m. — Denny & Leyla Team
    “Welcome to this 3 level, [4 BR/3.5 BA] expanded bungalow with a huge front porch” featuring a “lusciously green backyard with a patio, rain garden and a long driveway that offers parking for 2+ cars! Oh, and don’t forget about the solar panels, fully owned and transferable!”

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