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DC Open House List for This Weekend

This weekend boasts 360+ open houses across the District. With numerous price reductions and homes lingering on the market a bit longer, this is the perfect time to get out and tour some potential homes before it gets too cold. Take a look at our favorites below and to see the full Open House List, click here.

  • 4121 9th Street NW #2 — $545,000 — Petworth
    Open Sat. 10 a.m.-12 p.m. & Sun. 11 a.m.-1 p.m. — Ashley Brudowsky
    “This stunning condo was built in 2018 — it boasts gorgeous hardwood floors, an open layout that is flooded with natural light, a designer kitchen that is perfect for entertaining, two spacious bedrooms, plentiful closet space, and the LOWEST condo fees in the neighborhood. This gem sits just blocks from the Petworth Metro, multiple grocery stores, coffee shops, fitness centers, and everything vibrant Upshur St. has to offer. On Saturdays, a charming farmer’s market full of fresh local veggies, flowers, coffee and pastries pops up just steps from the front door. It’s no surprise that it earned a walk score of 95, it’s a city dweller’s paradise!”
  • 564 24th Street NE — $635,000 — Kingman Park
    Open Sat. 2-4 p.m. — Andres Serafini
    “This 1,920 sq. ft. property offers three levels of living space, gleaming hardwood floors, ample closet space, dining area, living room, sunlit office area, and much more. The kitchen features stainless steel appliances, gas stove, and plenty of cabinet space.”
  • 7058 Eastern Avenue NW #209 — $222,850 — Takoma
    Open Sun. 12-2 p.m. — Peter Paglio
    “Charming two bedroom home located one block from Takoma Metro! This spacious, light-filled home features two bedrooms and one bathroom in exciting Takoma, D.C.! Hardwood floors throughout, an updated kitchen with gas range, two massive walk-in closets (one in the main bedroom and a second in the hall), a sunny balcony, and assigned parking, this home offers tremendous space in a superb location.”
  • 456 Woodcrest Drive SE #B — $464,900 — Congress Heights
    Open Sun. 12-4 p.m. — Kirby Mitchell
    “Brand new 3 level townhome style Condo. Spacious open floor plan with gorgeous LVP flooring throughout. Gourmet kitchen featuring quartz countertops, 42″ shaker style cabinets and stainless steel appliances. Generous sized bedrooms with walk-in closets. Photos are representative only and may not be of actual unit.”
  • 1004 Sigsbee Place NE — $925,000 — Brookland
    Open Sat. 2-4 p.m. — John Coleman
    $75k PRICE REDUCTION “Welcome to 1004 Sigsbee, a classic Colonial tucked away on a quiet one-way block in beautiful Brookland. This rare double-lot property boasts endless possibilities. In addition to the home itself, the sale includes the large adjacent lot, which could provide other opportunities. While it currently provides a massive and lush yard, it also offers potential opportunities for a separate structure, home addition, pool, or just an amazing gift to your four-legged friend who will have space to run to their heart’s content.”
  • 602 Quincy Street NW — $799,999 — Petworth
    Open Sun. 1-3 p.m. — Kevin Wood
    $30k PRICE REDUCTION “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”
  • 5052 Meade Street NE — $574,999 — Deanwood
    Open Sun. 1-3 p.m. — Molly Branson
    BACK ON THE MARKET: “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.”

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