Address: 1221 Ingraham Street NW
Neighborhood: 16th Street Heights
Open: Sunday, October 21
Completely renovated 16th Street Heights row-house boasts an open main level perfect for entertaining with gourmet kitchen, stainless steel appliances and breakfast bar.
Incredibly deep lot provides patio for grilling, room to play, planters and off-street parking.
All main systems were replaced in 2012 with new HVAC in 2017. Lower level yields family room with full bath + rear egress. Inbound for West Elementary.
WellNow 2018 Health and Wellness Conference
Saturday, October 20 from 10 a.m.-3 p.m.
The Watergate Hotel, 2650 Virginia Avenue NW
WellNow 2018 is all about empowering you to live your healthiest and most fulfilling life, both personally and professionally.
If you are a wellness enthusiast and are looking to make changes that will impact your life for the better, WellNow is the perfect place to start or continue your journey. Come listen, learn, explore, engage and get inspired — you’re in good company!
Address: 7537 12th Street NW
Neighborhood: Shepherd Park
Located in the desirable neighborhood of Shepherd Park, this 1942 center hall colonial has been completely renovated and expanded for today’s lifestyle.
The new home now boasts more than 4,300 sq. ft. with five bedrooms, two bonus rooms, four-and-a-half bathrooms and all new systems.
Finishes balance contemporary and traditional styles to receive all the benefits of modern living without removing the charm or architectural integrity of the original structure. New 4″ white oak, sand-in-place flooring spans the entire first and second floor.
We’re nearly halfway through October with Halloween less than 3 weeks away and highs of 56 degrees slated for the weekend. So pull out that light jacket or favorite sweatshirt, find some open houses you like and get out this weekend.
Take a look at our suggestions below and to see the entire DC Open House List, click here.
- 432 Warner Street NW — $850,000 — Shaw
Open Sat. & Sun. 2-4 p.m. — John Coleman
3-level row home with 3 beds/2.5 baths and a great private backyard.
- 1401 17th Street NW #702 — $725,000 — Dupont Circle
Open Sun. 2-4 p.m. — Metro DC Houses
2-bedroom condo with 2 master suites and the perfect location with an incredible Walkscore of 98.
- 4521 1/2 Georgia Avenue NW #2 — $725,000 — Petworth
Open Sat. 1-3 p.m. & Sun. 1-4 p.m. — Denny Horner
It’s got both a main level bedroom and 2nd-level bedroom, bonus loft/den space and an amazing roof deck that overlooks the neighborhood.
- 1245 4th Street SW #302 — $399,000 — Southwest Waterfront
Open Sun. 1-3 p.m. — Jen Marsoni
A 1BR with everything you could possibly need at Tiber Island.
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Semi-Detached Brookland Townhouse
1017 Girard Street NE
Washington, D.C. 20017
Description: 3 bedroom, 2 bath semi-detached brick townhouse. 1716 sq. ft. with a large backyard and 1 parking space.
Courtesy of RLAH Real Estate
Young people are idealistic: That’s as true today as it was 50 years ago.
But there’s one sentiment that sets millennials apart from earlier generations — from the silent generation, the baby boomers and Generation X. They are also eminently practical. Call them “realistic idealists,” if you will, or “idealistic realists.” Either term applies.
Take their attitudes toward work. Many young baby boomers were skeptical that businesses had the inclination to make the world a better place. But today’s young people feel differently — they expect to give back through their jobs, too.
According to the 2017 Deloitte Millennial Survey, “Many millennials feel unable to exert any meaningful influence on some of society’s biggest challenges; but in the workforce, they can feel a greater sense of control — [as] an active participant rather than a bystander.”
Businesses are responding to these attitudes — both to attract young workers and to make a difference themselves.
“Leading companies aren’t just redirecting profits by giving back to society through more traditional ‘corporate social responsibility’ tactics,” said Robert Haynie, an instructor at Georgetown University’s School of Continuing Studies. “They are figuring out how to address social and environmental issues while simultaneously advancing their business interests.” (more…)
This column is written by Metro DC Houses, a local real estate team serving DC, MD, VA made up of Colin Johnson, the immediate past President for the D.C. Association of Realtors and Christopher Suranna, the current President for the D.C. Association of Realtors.
Should you sell a 6-bedroom, 2-half bath, Renovated House in 2018? The real estate data says Yes!
This month we ended up with some interesting conclusions after taking a look at some of the relationships between sales price, bedroom counts, square footage and condition for all of the 3,442 sales of houses (fee-simple) that have occurred in the city in 2018.
While the overall direct relationship between average close price and higher bedroom counts seems normal, one thing that jumped out at us was the slight dip in sales price when going from a one-bedroom single-family home to a two-bedroom.
This could be due to the fact that lots that are unimproved are still input into the Multiple Listing Service (MLS) as single-family homes and the MLS requires these listings to have at least one bedroom for them to count as houses.
What is the Ideal Number of Bedrooms for Value? (more…)
This fall the DC Bocce League is taking the traditional Italian lawn game to the next level by hosting games indoors at bars around D.C. and Arlington.
DC Bocce League is a 100% inclusive social sports league. No matter your athletic ability or physicality you can play bocce.
All members get discounts on beer & food along with some friendly bocce competition at the following indoor locations:
- Shaw’s Tavern on U Street
- Buffalo Billiards in Dupont Circle
- The American Legion on Capitol Hill
- The G.O.A.T. in Clarendon
Bocce is a great way to get social, make new friends and enjoy a game, regardless of the weather outside. No experience is necessary to have a BALL. Click here to learn more and save $20 on fall.
Glick Court is an urbanist’s dream come true. Located just a block from the Shaw Metro and only moments from 14th Street corridor, Glick Court is Shaw’s most sought-after new townhome-style condominium community.
Tucked into a quiet alley in the heart of D.C., Glick Court is a collection of 6 condominiums that provide the best of both worlds: a peaceful retreat and quick access to the city’s best entertainment and retail including the 9:30 Club, Right Proper Brewery, Howard Theatre, Bonobos, Warby Parker and Modcloth.
Featuring a spacious layout, contemporary finishes and just the right amount of urban flair, Glick Court’s final 3-bedroom residence is available for immediate move-in.
That’s the question posed, and answered, by three year old Superfine! — The Fair, an emerging contemporary art fair coming to the District on October 31, taking over Union Market’s Dock 5.
The four and a half day event launches with a Halloween masquerade vernissage (a fancy word for the opening preview party, with cotton candy topped champagne and costumed performance artists) and continues on until November 4, during which an expected crowd of more than 10,000 Washingtonians will pass through the art-filled halls.
The fair, which also hosts editions in New York, Miami Beach and Los Angeles, boasts price points that veer towards the affordable end of the spectrum, with hundreds of original works of art in the $100s and 75% of the work on offer below $5,000.