Real Estate

This Weekend’s 3 Best Open Houses: December 3-4

In Georgetown, historical details pair with million-dollar amenities.

3401 N St., NW. All photos courtesy of MRIS.

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Where: 3401 N St., NW

How much: $4,250,000

When: Sunday, 2:00 p.m.–4:00 p.m.

Why: At $4 million, this one’s a dreamer. Just look at that brick exterior, the high ceilings, the natural light in the downstairs living area. There’s a private back patio, a marble fireplace in at least one of the seven (count ’em) bedrooms, and a bathroom that could literally be a spa. You could charge people to visit. Worried about making a space this large your own? Cozy built-in bookcases will help you feel right at home.

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Where: 3273 P St., NW

How much: $1,199,000

When: Sunday, 1:00 p.m.–4:00 p.m.

Why: Symmetrical bookshelves in the bedrooms and tons of nooks and crannies make this historic home cozy and quaint. Walk-in closets, crown molding, and a sitting room off the master bedroom give it an air of elegance.

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Where: 3134 O St., NW

How much: $1,420,000

When: Saturday, 1:00–3:00 p.m., and Sunday, 1:00 p.m.–4:00 p.m.

Why:  This row house has it all: granite countertops, hardwood floors, recessed lighting, two fireplaces, and a pair of floor-to-ceiling windows in one bedroom. French doors that open from the living room onto a sprawling back terrace make us want to host a classy cookout immediately.

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Editorial Fellow

Andrea is a fall 2016 editorial fellow at Washingtonian. She graduated from Columbia Journalism School in May and has written for Eater, Outside, and Vice. She lives in Bloomingdale.