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DC Open House List for This Weekend

The DC Open House count is at its highest yet this year with 320+ opens scheduled across the District this weekend. Check out some of our favorites below and to see the full Open House List, click here.

  • 4822 Blagden Avenue NW — $2,195,000 — Crestwood
    Open Sat. & Sun. 1-4 p.m. — Mark Bertini
    “This one-of-a-kind re-imagined Colonial with a separate Two Level Carriage House just built at the rear of the property. This affords additional rental/au pair/airbnb possibilities complete with a spacious upper bedroom level and full bath and a large living area with an open full kitchen along with a W/D on the main level is located in idyllic Crestwood one of D.C.s most sought-after neighborhoods , directly adjacent to Rock Creek Park, the Fitzgerald Tennis Center, and with quick access to downtown via Rock Creek Parkway and 16th Street.”
  • 460 Woodcrest Drive SE #B — $554,900 — Congress Heights
    Open Sat. & Sun. 1-4 p.m. — Kirby Mitchell
    “BUILDER PAYS 6 MONTH CONDO FEE AND FREE WASHER AND DRYER. Immediate Delivery. Find out how you can get up to $10k towards down payment and $7500 towards closing cost! Large open floor plan with gorgeous LVP flooring throughout. Gourmet kitchen featuring quartz countertops, 42″ shaker style cabinets and stainless steel appliances.”
  • 5400 4th Street NW — $825,000 — Petworth
    Open Sat. 11:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. — Carlos Arroyo
    BACK ON THE MARKET: “Experience luxurious modern living in this renovated smart home set in the desirable Petworth neighborhood! Inside, discover a sophisticated open concept with soaring ceilings and premium finishes.”
  • 45 Sutton Square SW #807 — $499,000 — Southwest Waterfront
    Open Sun. 2-4 p.m. — Barak Sky
    “Bold and remarkable from every angle, welcome to your new contemporary masterpiece primely positioned in the heart of Southwest Waterfront! This spectacular unit offers 9-foot ceilings with floor-to-ceiling windows that captures a tremendous amount of natural light, with waterfront views.”
  • 3020 Porter Street NW #103 — $319,000 — Cleveland Park
    Open Sun. 12-2 p.m. — Caroline Kern
    “Explore this stunning historic 1925 cooperative in the heart of Cleveland Park! This 1 bedroom home features a large living area and bedroom filled with natural light. The large kitchen is updated with stainless steel appliances, shaker cabinets, and white quartz countertops. Original hardwood floors throughout!”
  • 337 6th Street SE – $1,849,900 — Capitol Hill
    Open Sun. 1-3 p.m. — Mike Aubrey
    “This beautiful 20-foot wide end-unit townhouse displays a unique whole-house refurbishment (2021) while preserving its original historical characteristics of 1880. Spectacular corner lot receives all-day sunlight thanks to its southern orientation. Carefully selected finishes throughout, breathtaking millwork, calacatta marble, and designer Circa lighting. Exposed kitchen beams, heart pine flooring, two fireplaces, are just a few of the original features of the home.”
  • 602 Quincy Street NW — $785,000 — Petworth
    Open Sun. 1-3 p.m. — Kevin Wood
    NEW PRICE: “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.”

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