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DC Open House List for This Weekend

We thought last weekend was big for open houses but we just hit another high with nearly 370 DC Open Houses scheduled across the District! There are hundreds of options that could fit your homebuying needs that you can check out this weekend — just don’t let Daylight Saving Time mess up your schedule. Check out some of our favorites below and to see the complete Open House List, click here.

  • 2905 Ellicott Street NW — $2,650,000 — Forest Hills
    Open Sun. 1-3 p.m. — Larry & Richard Prigal
    “This stunning Mid Century Modern residence stands as a testament to timeless elegance and unparalleled craftsmanship. Boasting 4 bedrooms and 4 bathrooms, this home is a haven of luxury and comfort. Upon entering, one is immediately greeted by an abundance of natural light streaming through floor-to-ceiling windows, illuminating the spacious living room. Vaulted ceilings accentuate the sense of grandeur while hardwood flooring exudes warmth and sophistication. A focal point of the room, the stone wall with a gas fireplace adds a touch of coziness, perfect for intimate gatherings or quiet evenings at home. Custom cabinetry enhances functionality, providing ample storage space without compromising on style. The remodeled kitchen is a culinary enthusiast’s dream, featuring high-end appliances including a Sub Zero refrigerator, 5-burner gas cooktop, and wall oven. Granite countertops, recessed lighting, and sun tube skylights contribute to the kitchen’s bright and airy ambiance. A true highlight of the home, this kitchen is a PoggenPohl masterpiece, renowned for its exquisite design and highest craftsmanship. An adjacent eating area with a gas fireplace offers a charming setting for meals. At the rear of the home, a gorgeous addition is surrounded by windows, providing a picturesque view of the meticulously landscaped backyard with an in-ground pool.”
  • 811 Kennedy Street NE — $549,000 — Riggs Park
    Open Sat. 10:30 a.m.-12 p.m. — Tohmai Smith
    “This remarkable 3-bedroom home presents an exceptional investment opportunity. Spanning across four levels, this residence offers ample space for comfortable living and entertaining. Beyond its spacious interiors lies an enchanting outdoor haven awaiting your personal touch.”
  • 2125 14th Street NW #323WAREHOUSE — $1,229,999 — U St/Columbia Heights
    Open Sun. 2-4 p.m. — Debi Fox
    “Stylish [3 BR/2.5 BA] contemporary in Union Row Warehouses. This sophisticated home was just renovated and looks like new! Rare, Desirable south facing unit, bathed in natural light with Unbeatable Views of the Washington Monument! Industrial Design with Historic Warehouse touches. The home lives like a townhouse, spread over 3 spacious levels with separate exterior entrances to each unit. Exceptional Amenities, including the convenience of 24 hour concierge services and meeting/party room spaces in the main building.”
  • 1259 16th Street NE — $620,000 — Trinidad
    Open Sun. 2-4 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.”
  • 242 16th Street SE — $775,000 — Hill East
    Open Sat. 12-2 p.m. — Shataa Whittle
    “As you step inside this magnificent abode, you’ll immediately notice an open living, dining and kitchen floor plan, complete with Wood Floors, Gas Fireplace, Recessed Lighting, an Exposed Brick Wall and a Floating Stair Case, all greeting you as you enter this amazing home!”
  • 4505 15th Street NW — $1,398,000 — 16th St Heights
    Open Sun. 2-4 p.m. — Ashk Adamiyatt
    “Exquisitely renovated row-house! This Fully Renovated home with approximately 3,000 sq. ft. of living space in three levels is a marvel to see. It possesses space, comfort, luxury and convenience to the center of the city and the nearby suburbs. There are 4 spacious bedrooms, 4.5 Baths, a glorious gourmet kitchen plus a kitchenette in the lower level, two garage parking spaces in the back, a large deck and lovely outdoor spaces for entertainment and spending time reading and watching the world go by.”

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