DC Open House List for This Weekend

This weekend is a big one. And likely a foreshadowing of the spring market that we’ve barely broken into with a whopping 350 DC Open Houses scheduled this weekend alone. If you are considering buying a home this year, this is your weekend to start! Take a look at some of our favorites below and to see the complete Open House List, click here.

  • 3722 Van Ness Street NW — $1,350,000 — N. Cleveland Park
    Open Sat. 11 a.m.-1 p.m. & Sun. 1-3 p.m. — Joe Himali
    “Welcome to 3722 Van Ness Street, NW — an idyllic semi-detached 3 bedroom/2 bath Tudor which seamlessly fuses 1928 old-world charm with modern conveniences. The classic design elements and architectural details throughout the home blend with the updated renovations to offer contemporary comfort and functionality. The main level offers a gracious floor plan that is warm, welcoming, and flooded with natural light. A vestibule opens to the formal living room, which is centered by a wood-burning fireplace. The stone fireplace is flanked by original diamond paned leaded glass windows. The dining room is adjacent to the open plan kitchen which features stainless steel appliances, granite countertops, and white cabinetry. The kitchen conveniently connects to the rear garden. Upstairs, three bedrooms and an updated full bathroom can be found. The bedrooms are all well sized and offer plenty of closet space for storage. The fully finished lower level has a family room with built-in cabinetry, an updated full bathroom, and exterior access. The fully fenced, level rear yard has two patios and mature landscaping, creating a peaceful oasis in the city. There is also a one-car garage, and additional off street parking spaces at the back of the property.”
  • 1233 Linden Place NE — $799,000 — H Street Corridor
    Open Sat. 2-4 p.m. & Sun. 1-3 p.m. — James Thomley
    “This renovated 2-bedroom, 1.5-bathroom rowhouse offers a blend of traditional charm and modern industrial style. Inside, a bright open living room with a cozy fireplace welcomes you, while exposed brick walls and hardwood floors add character.”
  • 6445 Luzon Avenue NW #512 — $259,000 — Brightwood
    Open Sat. & Sun. 2-4 p.m. — Daniel Esteban
    “Welcome to this stylish and modern 2 bedroom, 1 bathroom condo that seamlessly blends comfort and sophistication. Nestled in a prime location, this meticulously maintained residence offers a convenient lifestyle.”
  • 1259 16th Street NE — $620,000 — Trinidad
    Open Sat. & Sun. 1-3 p.m. — Josh Alecknavage & Jennifer Chow
    “Enter past the front garden lovingly maintained by a certified green thumb who adores the beautiful azaleas, cone flowers, and honeysuckle looking to bloom soon this spring and sure to impress guests when they arrive into a generous open floor plan with wood flooring and recessed lighting throughout.”
  • 2100 11th Street NW #G04 — $499,900 — U Street Corridor
    Open Sun. 2-4 p.m. — Fernando Garcia
    “Tucked in just north of the historic U Street Corridor, we welcome you to the landscaped terrace entry of the beautiful Beauregard. This architecturally inspired condominium community invites you to savor living in the nation’s capital with sophisticated concierge services, onsite gym, breathtaking rooftop views, and an unbeatable location.”
  • 321 E Street SE — $1,149,900 — Capitol Hill
    Open Sat. 2-4 p.m. & Sun. 1-3 p.m. — Timur Loynab
    “Boasting more than 2,200 sq. ft. on three finished levels, this exquisite home offers both classic charm and extraordinary convenience. The owners have lovingly maintained and meticulously restored the property. The main level features new, reclaimed 100-year-old quarter-sawn yellow pine floors.  The original solid wood interior doors have been stripped and refinished throughout.”
  • 2228 12th Street NW — $1,124,000 — Columbia Heights
    Open Sun. 2:30-4:30 p.m. — Kristen Schifano
    $25k PRICE REDUCTION: “This impeccably crafted home features an open floor plan with three bedrooms, soaring ceilings, a built-in electric fireplace, skylight, transom and energy-efficient windows, and exposed brick walls. Designer light fixtures and engineered hardwood floors seamlessly grace every corner.”

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