Real Estate

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


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.

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.