The 5 Best Open Houses This Weekend: June 20-21

A dramatic historic condo in Mount Pleasant, a huge home in 16th Street Heights, and more.

West End

Where: 2024 N St. NW #4

How much: $629,000

When: Sunday, 1 to 4 PM

Why: Several unusual features—vaulted, exposed beam ceilings, two wood-burning fireplaces, and tons of raw exposed brick—combine with a renovated kitchen and private rooftop terrace in this two-level one-plus-den condo in a pretty 1930s-era Victorian.

Columbia Heights

Where: 751 Princeton Pl. NW

How much: $899,900

When: Sunday, 1 to 3 PM

Why: This four-bed, four-bath rowhouse was recently renovated, and the new design includes luxe features like coffered ceilings, dark hardwoods, and a chic kitchen outfitted with marble waterfall island, glossy white cabinets, subway tile backsplash and pendant lighting. Upstairs, there’s a spa-like master bath with a soaking tub and rain shower, and there’s an in-law suite on the lower level.

Mount Pleasant

Where: 1613 Harvard St. NW #301

How much: $589,900

When: Saturday and Sunday, 1 to 4 PM

Why: Located in a grand, historic building, this two-bedroom condo includes lots of covetable touches, including dramatic black trims, decorative wall paneling, French doors, dark hardwood floors, built-in shelves, and a pretty fireplace.

16th Street Heights

Where: 5612 14th St. NW

How much: $799,000

When: Sunday, 2 to 4 PM

Why: This large four-bedroom, 2,400 square-foot home features tons of pretty features, including decorative moldings, a renovated kitchen, and a giant bay of windows in the living area.

U Street

Where: 1100 W St. NW #2

How much: $799,900

When: Sunday, 1:30 to 4 PM

Why: This two-level condo has its own entrance and a modern-luxe design with tons of natural light, thanks to the a few enormous picture windows. The two-bedroom, three-bath place also features hardwood floors, a sleek kitchen, and a roofdeck.

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