Address: 1906 Vermont Avenue NW Unit C
Open: Sunday, December 6 from 2-4 p.m.
Welcome to 1906 Vermont Avenue NW Unit C. Newly built in 2013, this stunning three-level 3 bedroom/2.5 bath townhouse-style condo is located in the heart of Shaw on the same block as the U Street Metro and with immediate access to an amazing array of shops, retail and restaurants.
Enter the sun-filled main level to a fabulous open concept living area featuring hardwood floors, huge windows, dramatic two-story ceilings and a gorgeous gourmet kitchen with high-end appliances and large eat-at island. Powder room and pantry complete the main level.
The upper level boasts an incredibly spacious owner’s suite with ample room for a seating area and desk. Owner’s suite features a large walk-in closet customized by California Closets and luxurious marble bathroom with soaking tub, two vanities, walk-in shower and toilet closet. Lower level features a large family room, two spacious bedrooms and a beautiful hall bathroom. Hidden behind the walls with access panels throughout are enormous storage spaces.
Attached garage parking off main level features an updated quiet garage door. Additional driveway tandem parking spot behind garage allows for two-car parking.
Unparalleled luxury in a fabulous location with over 2200 square feet of living space. Sit on your front patio and watch the world go by. Welcome home.
We’re now in that weird limbo of time past Thanksgiving but not yet Christmas, meaning we have a couple weeks of normal real estate before Santa and the New Year’s Baby come to town. Make sure your agent has a strategy to keep you safe while searching for your next home. To see the full Open House List, click here.
- 1338 Perry Place NW — $899,900 — Columbia Heights
Open Sat. 1-3 p.m. — John Kirk
“In awe of this Queen Anne’s continued grace, thoughtfully renovated to fulfill the expectations of modern living while ensuring its 100-year-old character remained intact. Swoon at the hand-carved columns separating formal living room and dining room, interior transom windows, turreted shaped rooms, original fireplace, original parquet flooring upstaged only by the added inset borders. From the hand-carved five-paneled doors, to the period chandelier, even the original brass doorknobs, all speak of treasuring DC’s past glories. The kitchen has been completely renovated with french farm-style cream cabinetry, interior lit display shelving, stainless steel appliances, gas cooking, plus the prized butler’s pantry. Bathrooms are also renovated but in keeping with the period. The lower level belies its age with recessed lighting and drywall, a bonus room and laundry area — fully functional for a busy household. The exterior of the home is defined by the tooth and dental cornices and elegantly shaped roofline, sizable front porch and three-story turret on the rear. Incredible opportunity to live in the past and the present simultaneously, with all of the hard ‘This Old House’ updates already completed.”
- 600 Massachusetts Avenue NE — $1,500,000 — Capitol Hill
Open Sat. 12-3 p.m. & Sun. 11 a.m.-2 p.m. — Francis Fernandez de Castro
6 BR/3.5 BA almost-detached Colonial features a complete ground level 2 BR unit with its own kitchen, fireplace, entrance and patio for a potential $35k+ rental income.
- 1440 Tuckerman Street NW #203 — $175,000 — Brightwood
Open Sat. & Sun. 1-3 p.m. — Tim Jr. & Mandy Hursen
“This is an exciting opportunity to own your very own home in D.C. for less than the price of paying rent. This spacious one-bedroom, one-bathroom abode is set within the sought-after and central Brightwood neighborhood and is guaranteed to impress from the moment you step through the entry door.”
- 1413 18th Place SE — $448,500 — Fairlawn
Open Sat. & Sun. 1-3 p.m. — Tom Faison
Quaint 3 BR/2 BA interior row home with 3 levels boasting hardwood floors throughout, a finished lower level office/recreation room and a rear fenced-in patio area.
- 4311 Kansas Avenue NW #1 — $799,999 — Petworth
Open Sun. 1-3 p.m. — Chris Burns
“Unit 1 is a two-level, three bedroom, two full bathroom and one powder room unit that spans over 1,700 square feet” and features “dramatic double-height ceilings and exposures” and “a lofted office area, a second bedroom with a sliding barn door, a laundry closet and an owner’s suite with a walk-in closet and bathroom with dual vanities.”
Dozens of first time home buyers who’ve attended our workshops have bought their first home in 2020. Let us simplify the home buying process for you at a free, fun and informative virtual workshop.
Talk to local lenders about getting a loan and learn the importance of hiring a real estate agent not only to help you in your search but to make a winning offer. You will even hear all about the home buying experience from a recent first-time home buyer.
View the dates below and sign up for our informative workshop.
- December 5
- January 9
On December 12, 1980, President Jimmy Carter signed an act of Congress that established a museum with a still-unique purpose: to inspire curiosity and knowledge about the world we design and build.
Since then, the National Building Museum has welcomed millions of visitors and earned a well-deserved international reputation as an essential cultural institution.
Our dedicated team creates exhibitions and programs for visitors of all ages that call attention to contemporary issues such as climate change, social justice, public health and housing. Our goal is ambitious but never more relevant: to educate, entertain and engage audiences about the built environment and to challenge them to advocate for a sustainable and equitable future.
The week of December 7-12, the Museum invites everyone to a pre-holiday feast of FREE virtual programs and events:
City life is hard to let go. Everything you need all within arm’s reach, and local spots that feel like they were designed specifically for you.
But you’re torn. You could really use some extra living space. A home that doesn’t have a hallway full of other homes so closely strung together. A sense of calm when you walk out onto your terrace. What if you could achieve that ideal balance?
Trenton Square at Ballston is a brand-new townhome community that’s a private escape in the heart of Arlington. Mere minutes from the dining, shopping and entertainment of Ballston. And for traveling into D.C., Route 50, I-66 and Ballston-MU Metro are just down the road. But you’ll forget the rest of the world when you step into the sanctuary of your brand-new townhome.
Each home boasts four finished levels — enough space for everyone to work, play and live without feeling on top of each other. Distinctive finishes and features make for a truly elegant interior, complete with a designer kitchen, airy owner’s bedroom, the latest in smart home and energy efficient technology, and a loft space that walks out onto your private rooftop terrace. Trenton Square at Ballston is the home you’ve been searching for.
Real Estate Fresh Finds is a weekly selection of newly-listed properties in the District, brought to you by Real Living At Home.
Featured Property of the Week: 4707 N. Capitol Street NE
“Ready to spend the holiday season and celebrate the New Year in style, then look no further! This gorgeous renovation brings bold concepts to a seamless flow and appealing finish. This 3-bedroom, 2.5-bath home is perfect for a discerning buyer. This open floor plan features gorgeous hardwood floors, 1/2 bath on the main level, and a bright kitchen with custom tile, new appliances, breakfast bar, and granite backsplash for added elegance. The upper level has 3 ample sized bedrooms with great closets and a full bathroom with a big skylight. The lower level has great space for entertaining, laundry, HVAC and a full bath. With parking, proximity to the Ft. Totten Metro, all of the Brookland and Petworth shops, this home will provide many comfortable and stylish memories. Request a private appointment today!”
Other Notable Fresh Listings:
- The Most Expensive Home of the Week is a 6 BR/5.5 BA Normandy-style detached home in Kalorama Heights with 5,400+ square feet spread across 4 levels and includes a luxurious owner’s bedroom suite, a massive kitchen, formal dining room and much more.
- Bright and spacious 1 BR/1 BA unit at the Rhapsody Condominiums in the U Street Corridor.
- 4 BR/3.5 BA Petworth end unit row home includes a large off-street parking pad for 2+ cars.
- Your Auction Property of the Week is a 3 BR/1.5 BA interior townhouse in Shaw that will need a bit updating from its current stuck-in-last-decade aesthetic.
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Newly expanded and renovated to include Parc Riverside West, Parc Riverside by Toll Brothers Apartment Living® offers double the amenities, double the luxury.
Ranging from modern to contemporary, the features and finishes of our apartment homes offer quality and practicality curated for your every need and taste:
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Address: 509 M Street NE #2
Neighborhood: Near Northeast
Open: Sunday, December 6 from 2-4 p.m.
Tired of being cooped up in your cramped apartment? Ready for more space, but not ready to move to the suburbs? Look no further!
Boasting gleaming hardwood floors, an open-concept design, and over 1,800 sq. ft. of living space, this one does not disappoint. Heading in the main door you’ll immediately notice how spacious it feels. In the living area, you’ll appreciate the picturesque bay window that doubles as the perfect reading nook. The separate dining area, powder room and large kitchen island make this the ideal home for your post-COVID or socially-distanced gatherings.
While you’re there, be sure to notice the huge amount of cabinet storage and granite countertops in the kitchen. If that wasn’t enough, you’ll also love the office area with built-in desk and cabinets and a private deck. This is the perfect spot for those working from home who need a little outdoor space to break up the day. Moving on to the lower level, you’ll be blown away by the size of both of the bedrooms.
The home also features an in-unit washer and dryer and secure off-street parking. Conveniently located steps away from Union Market and minutes from Union Station.
Are weekends after a big holiday the best time for open houses? Well there aren’t as many as a typical weekend, but with inventory so low, you can take advantage while other buyers are still moving slow from their turkey tryptophan. Make sure your agent has a strategy to keep you safe while searching for your next home. To see the full Open House List, click here.
- 1309 E Street SE #32 — $1,595,000 — Capitol Hill
Open Sun. 1-4 p.m. — Sean Ruppert
“New 3 BR + Den townhomes, walk to metro, eateries, pubs, grocers and Eastern Market with low HOA fees! In home elevator serving all 4 levels and both rooftop outdoor spaces with Media Room and full bath too! Perfect for work-from-home with entry level study fronting a landscaped courtyard.”
- 727 Hobart Place NW #1 — $2,495/mo — Columbia Heights
Open Sat. 1-2 p.m. — Boundary Street Development
“Two-bedroom, 1 bath. Private rear garden. Close to Downtown and the shops, galleries and restaurants on Georgia Avenue, Park View and 11th Street corridors. Hardwood floors, W&D, stainless steel appliances, granite counters, custom kitchen & tiled baths.”
- 1217 Owen Place NE — $800,000 — Trinidad
Open Sat. & Sun. 1-3 p.m. — Bobby Cato
“Classic 3 BD/1 BA, 3-level row house in the heart of Trinidad. Updated kitchen and kitchen appliances, hardwood floors, original interior french doors, and general upgrades throughout the house.”
- 1101 Fern Street NW #102 — $674,995 — Shepard Park
Open Sun. 2-4 p.m. — Sherif Abdalla
“Situated in the sought after neighborhood of Shepherd Park, built in 2018 and located in the Shepherd, Deal, Wilson School district, this beautiful 3 bedroom, 2 bath condo features an open floor plan on 2 levels with multiple outdoor spaces.”
On November 28, participating businesses will encourage residents to shop at their local small businesses to keep them in business during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The goal of this year’s event is to generate 20,000 transactions collectively from all participating businesses on Small Business Saturday. Shoppers will be encouraged to make as many purchases as they can at local shops, businesses, restaurants and more to prove that dollars spent within the community have a large and resounding impact. To incentivize shoppers, each purchase made at a small business on November 28 will enter them into a city-wide raffle, featuring a giveaway from 20+ local businesses totaling over $500. Participating brands include Shelter, Salt & Sundry, District of Clothing, Georgetown Massage, Nubian Hueman, Appointed Co and more.