Real Estate

The Best-Looking Open Houses This Weekend (2/8-2/9)

Including a historic Capitol Hill rowhouse and a modern LeDroit Park condo.

Photographs courtesy of Bright MLS.

Arlington

Where: 4731 34th St. N, Arlington
How much:
$2,299,000
When:
Sunday, February 9 from 1 to 3 PM
Why: 
This contemporary new-build in Arlington has six bedrooms and five-and-a-half bathrooms, plus sleek finishes throughout, like quartz countertops in the kitchen and floor-to-ceiling windows with treetop views.

Capitol Hill

Where: 1005 North Carolina Ave., SE
How much:
$1,650,000
When:
Sunday, February 9 from 2 to 4 PM
Why: 
This Federal rowhouse has serious charm: Painted exposed brick, warm hardwood floors, cool light fixtures, and graphic tile and wallpaper throughout. Plus, it has a big backyard with garage parking.

Petworth

Where: 3816 4th St., NW, #2
How much:
$824,990
When:
Sunday, February 9 from 1 to 3 PM
Why: 
This condo in a renovated rowhouse has two bedrooms, two-and-a-half bathrooms, an elegant kitchen with a large island, high ceilings, oak floors, and lots of closet space.

Truxton Circle

Where: 57 N St., NW, #H-306
How much:
$659,900
When:
Saturday, February 8 from 12 to 4 PM and Sunday, February 9 from 12 to 4 PM
Why: 
With original exposed brick and beams, this one-bedroom condo in the 1906 Chapman Stables building has tons of character. It’s got plenty of modern amenities, too, including Bosch appliances, a custom kitchen island, and a roof deck.

LeDroit Park

Where: 129 W St., NW, #104
How much: $475,000
When: Sunday, February 9 from 1 to 4 PM
Why: 
This modern two-bedroom has a spacious living room, two en-suite bathrooms, wide-plank floors, and Bosch appliances in the open kitchen.

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Nathan Diller
Editorial Fellow

Nathan is an editorial fellow at Washingtonian. Originally from Nashville, he graduated from Columbia Journalism School with a master’s degree in 2019. His work has also appeared in SPIN, NYLON, and Nashville Lifestyles.