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The Three Best Open Houses This Weekend: November 11-12

City living with outdoor space
The Three Best Open Houses This Weekend: November 11-12

Petworth



Where: 4610 4th St., NW
How Much: $649,555
When: Sunday, 12 to 1 pm
Why: This four-bed, two-bath town home boasts outdoor space in the front (a roomy porch) and in the rear (a large deck). Hardwood floors and light-toned walls create an airy feel to the interior, and the original wooden staircase is a nod to the 192os architecture. Other features include a finished basement and off-street parking, and the home is a short walk from the Georgia Avenue-Petworth Metro.

Columbia Heights



Where: 3622 Rock Creek Church Rd., NW #1
How Much: $725,000
When: Sunday, 2 to 4 pm
Why: This contemporary-style town home, updated from its original 1912 construction, has three bedrooms and three baths. The kitchen’s modern touches include a wall of glossy, floor-to-ceiling cabinets and quartz countertops, and the bathrooms are equipped with deep rectangular sinks and dual-flushing toilets. The front yard offers space for gardening, while the rooftop deck and private patio make for easy entertaining.  City travel is a breeze—the Georgia Avenue-Petworth Metro is a five-minute walk away.

Congress Heights



Where: 4302 Martin Luther King Jr Ave., SW
How Much: $354,900
When: Sunday, 1 to 4 pm
Why: Splashes of natural light, an open layout, and ample storage make this home feel larger than its 1,000 square feet. The three-bed, two-bath town house includes a built-in wine rack above the fridge, a kitchen island that doubles as a breakfast bar, and recessed lighting, plus it comes with registration for the DC rain barrel program. The front yard and fenced-in back yard with a deck provide plenty of options for outdoor activities.

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Erika Huber
Editorial Fellow

Erika joined Washingtonian in September 2017. She received an English degree from Towson University and has written for Investment U and Elite Daily. After graduating, she worked in financial publishing as a copy editor. She resides in Maryland.