Real Estate

The Best-Looking Open Houses This Weekend (3/7-3/8)

Including a super stylish converted church on Capitol Hill, and a modern renovation in Petworth.

Photographs courtesy of Bright MLS.

Capitol Hill

Where: 1015 D St., NE, Unit A
How much:
Sunday, March 8 from 1 to 3 PM
A 120-year-old chapel has been converted into two homes, including this four-bedroom, four-and-a-half-bathroom unit. The condo retains some historic character—check out the stained-glass windows—and also features thoughtful updates, such as skylights, custom window treatments, and a unique fourth bedroom accessed by a ship’s ladder.

Dupont Circle

Where: 1745 N St., NW, #210
How much: $1,549,900
When: Saturday, March 7 from 1 to 3 PM and Sunday, March 8 from 1 to 3 PM
The two-bedroom condo is in a historic rowhouse on the same block as Tabard Inn and the Iron Gate. It gets lots of light, and has wide-plank floors, Italian cabinetry, exposed brick, and garage parking.


Where: 4110 3rd St., NW
How much:
Sunday, March 8 from 1 to 4 PM
This 1920s rowhouse was updated with modern appliances and amenities. There are four bedrooms, a large kitchen with marble countertops, and a private deck out back.


Where: 532 Quintana Place, NW
How much:
Saturday, March 7 from 11 AM to 1 PM
The newly renovated, semidetached house has three-bedrooms, three-and-a-half-bathrooms, a finished basement with a wet bar, a private deck, and quartz countertops in the kitchen.

Carver Langston

Where: 1821 I St., NE, #9
How much: $489,900
When: Saturday, March 7 from 1 to 4 PM and Sunday, March 8 from 1 to 4 PM
Why: This new two-bedroom condo has contemporary finishes, Samsung stainless steel appliances in the kitchen, and wide-plank white oak flooring throughout. The building also has a roof deck.

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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.