DC Open House List for This Weekend

With an upcoming holiday weekend, we are seeing a slight dip in the open house count with only ~230 scheduled in the District. Whether you are seeing the last of the cherry blossoms or embarking on an easter egg hunt, here are some of our favorite weekend open houses, and to see the complete Open House List, click here.

  •  2920 Georgia Avenue NW #103 — $579,900 — Park View
    Open Sat. & Sun. 2-4 p.m. — Pey Behin
    “Welcome to this stunning and spacious 1100 sq. ft. apartment located in the heart of Columbia Heights. This unique property boasts the ONLY PRIVATE TERRACE in the entire building, offering an outdoor oasis perfect for relaxing and entertaining. As you step inside, you will immediately notice the stunning exposed brick walls, which lend a rustic charm to this modern apartment. Flooded with natural light, the unit features hardwood floors and a sleek, modern kitchen complete with white quartz countertops and melamine cabinetry. The oversized living area opens onto a Juliet balcony, perfect for enjoying the view of the city. But that’s not all! This apartment comes with one garage parking spot, extra storage space, and even bicycle storage. Plus, you’ll have access to a common area for grilling and a BEAUTIFUL ROOFTOP DECK with stunning views of the city skyline.And, with a washer and dryer in-unit, you’ll have the convenience of doing laundry in the comfort of your own home. And the best part? This amazing property is UNDERPRICED to 2018 PRICES for a quick sale! Don’t miss this rare opportunity to own a piece of luxury in one of the most sought-after neighborhoods in the city. Conveniently located within walking distance to Columbia Heights Metro and Howard University, this apartment is also surrounded by restaurants, bars, coffee shops, and shopping, making it the perfect place to call home.”
  • 1313 Linden Court NE — $1,049,000 — H Street Corridor
    Open Sat. 11 a.m.-1 p.m. — Jennifer Chow
    “PRICE REDUCTION! Linden Court was originally developed as ten rowhomes, six of which were combined. In 2015, the properties were acquired and redevelopment was planned for four luxury townhomes. Within the next few years, the historic facades of the rowhouses were preserved, interiors were gutted and fully renovated. The rowhouse has 3 stories + loft level, 3 bedrooms, 3 full baths and its own heated garage complete with an electric car charger.”
  • 1801 Clydesdale Place NW #325 — $210,000 — Adams Morgan
    Open Sat. & Sun. 1-3 p.m. — Mandy & Tim Hursen Jr.
    “Welcome to The Saxony Cooperative, where luxury living meets convenience and comfort. We are excited to offer you the largest and most spacious studio in the community. This sunlit home features a tastefully renovated kitchen that is perfect for the aspiring chef.”
  • 1055 5th Street SE — $1,350,000 — Navy Yard
    Open Sun. 1-3 p.m. — Brent Jackson
    “Welcome to 1055 5th ST SE, where luxury living meets urban convenience. This stunning property has been meticulously renovated with almost $200,000 worth of top-of-the-line features and finishes, making it a truly exceptional home in the heart of the Navy Yard.”
  • 824 Kennedy Street NW #2 — $585,000 — Petworth
    Open Sat. 1-3 p.m. — Molly Branson &  Jocelyn Vas
    “This new 2-bedroom, 2-bathroom condominium is located in the heart of Petworth. Modern and inherently clean design, this 1,068 SQFT home features an open-concept floor plan. The living and dining room areas span beautiful hardwood flooring, open to an exposed brick wall, bring in an abundance of light with unique, deep windowsills also complimented by recessed lighting.”
  • 100 Danbury Street SW #100 — $449,900 — Bellevue
    Open Sat. 1-2 p.m. — Danielle Odagbodo
    “Here is an excellent opportunity to buy a remodeled 5-bedroom, 2-bathroom home in Washington, D.C. with over 3,000 sq. ft. of finished living space! The first level features sunlight through the custom bay window, recess lighting, and hardwood floors in the living and dining room.”

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