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To Do: DC Design House

A historic Georgetown home is showcasing the work of 15 interior designers. Stop by to get decorating inspiration from such local talents as Frank Babb Randolph, Michael Roberson, David Mitchell, Barry Dixon, and Kelley Proxmire. The house—a three-bedroom, four-story red-brick home that was formerly a boys school—was recently renovated and is on the market for $4 million.

Although the designer showcase runs through May 11, the house is one of ten that will be part of the Georgetown House Tour this Saturday. The annual event draws hundreds who want to take a peek inside the neighborhood’s gorgeous homes.

DC Design House, 3014 P Street, NW; Tuesday to Friday, 10 to 3, Saturday and Sunday, noon to 5. Open April 19 to May 11. Tickets are $20 and benefit Children’s National Medical Center.
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