DC Open House List for This Weekend

D.C. spring is starting to peek its head out with this 60+ degree weather and Cherry Bloom Peak Bloom imminent. The market is quickly ramping back up and if buying a home is part of your spring cleaning list, we suggest getting out there sooner rather than later. Check out some of our favorites DC Open Houses below and to see the full Open House List, click here.

  • 3003 10th Street NE — $739,000 — Brookland
    Open Sun. 12-2 p.m. — Marcella Oakley
    RECENT $10K PRICE REDUCTION: “Large detached 3 BR/2 BA + Den single-family home nestled on a lush, quiet street in the Brookland Arts District. Master bedroom is loft attic studio with skylights with space large enough for both bedroom and living area. The other two medium-sized bedrooms are on the main floor. Use one as a family room or bedroom. There is also a bonus room overlooking the beautifully landscaped garden. Makes a great office, playroom, art space or bonus room. The guest suite in the basement features a bedroom with ensuite bathroom, living room, and separate entrance. Use it for guests, family, or friends, or as a possible future rental space. The house is west facing so it enjoys a tremendous amount of sunlight! Features: HWF, DW, W/D, front porch, Vinyl siding, large landscaped fenced yard with fire pit and parking space. Landscaping includes a beautiful Forcythia bush, Crape Myrtle, a peach tree, and much more! Upgrades include a 2017 HVAC and 2015 roof. Rear access to the basement with two bonus rooms, a full bathroom, laundry and extra storage space. Only 6 blocks to metro’s Brookland red line, many restaurants, coffee shops, bookstore, organic grocery store, and farmer’s market. 20 minutes to downtown D.C.! This home is filled with charm and has so much potential!”
  • 1326 Girard Street NW #3 — $899,900 — Columbia Heights
    Open Sun. 1-3 p.m. — Fernando Garcia
    MIMOSA OPEN HOUSE: “Every so often there comes that unique property that can make you feel as though you’ve just spotted a dazzling unicorn amid the otherwise boring brush. Welcome to Girard Crossing, specifically unit No. 3. While you might get distracted by the intricate-brickwork artistry of this gloriously storied mansion’s facade — somewhat hidden behind the timeless magnolia and cheery maples — do step inside and make your way up the polished staircase to our unicorn.”
  • 1101 3rd Street SW #504 — $589,000 — Southwest Waterfront
    Open Sat. 12-2 & Sun. 1-4 p.m. — Peter Frias
    $10k PRICE REDUCTION: “This large (almost 1200 square feet) two bedroom corner unit offers floor to ceiling windows with western and northern exposures, spot lighting and a lovely chandelier in the living room, a coveted in-unit washer/dryer (new in 2021), beautiful hardwood floors (new in 2020), tons of sunlight, tons of storage in the unit and a spacious storage unit in the basement and DEEDED OFF-STREET PARKING!”
  • 1823 Newton Street NW #207 — $795,000 — Mt. Pleasant
    Open Sat. 12-3 & Sun. 1-4 p.m. — Jack Wang
    “This spacious 2 bedroom, 2 bath condo includes 2 balconies and 2 parking spaces in a well-maintained building and offers convenient urban living in a desirable location. As you enter the condo, you are greeted by a bright and airy living room that is perfect for entertaining guests or relaxing after a long day.”
  • 150 11th Street SE — $1,599,000 — Capitol Hill
    Open Sun. 2-4 p.m. — Maria Strylowski
    $150K PRICE REDUCTION: “In the century and a half since then, this stately [3 BR/3.5 BA]  grande dame has stood guard with her sisters over one of Capitol Hill’s most historic blocks. This dignified and beautiful home is steps to Lincoln Park, restaurants, and the Historic Eastern Market, Metro station. Wide foyer entrance to a spacious living room with built-in shelves, wood floor, and a wood-burning fireplace.”
  • 4822 Blagden Avenue NW — $2,095,000 — Crestwood
    Open Sat. 1-3 & Sun. 2-4 p.m. — Mark Bertini
    MASSIVE $100k PRICE REDUCTION: “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.”

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