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Eye Candy Opportunity: Ogle Fab Estates at Kalorama’s House and Embassy Tour This Weekend
It’s your chance to check out some of the neighborhood’s most beautiful properties. By Michelle Thomas
The home of designer Supon is one of the properties included on Kalorama's tour. Photographs courtesy of Supon.
Comments () | Published September 13, 2013

Not doing anything on Sunday afternoon? Now you are: For the 28th year, the historic Kalorama neighborhood allows guests inside some of the area’s most spectacular properties during its annual House and Embassy Tour, which is hosted by and benefits the President Woodrow Wilson House.

This year, Dupont Circle’s Beaux Arts Andrew Mellon Building, built in 1915 to house luxury apartments, joins the list of architectural sites included on the tour. Among the other participants: Peek inside the home of the Ambassador of Austria and the just-redecorated residence of the Ambassador of Portugal, plus the Slovenian Embassy, the Textile Museum, and four private homes, including that of graphic designer Supon, whose playful decor is pictured here.

28th Annual Kalorama House and Embassy Tour. Starts at Woodrow Wilson House, 2340 S St., NW. Sunday noon to 5. Tickets are $35 in advance or $40 at the door.

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