This weekend’s best open houses include a two-bedroom flat front row house in Capitol Hill, a well-priced three-bedroom brick colonial in Chevy Chase and a bargain of a three-bedroom in Mount Rainier.
Two-Bedroom Flat Front Row House in Capitol Hill
122 10th St. S.E. (see map here)
This two-bedroom flat front row house in Capitol Hill just came on the market. The home has a living/dining area with a working fireplace and built-ins. Both bedrooms are pretty big with a good amount of closet space. The home has a deep garden and terrace in back, and its crowning amenity (what everyone wants in a popular D.C. neighborhood) is a parking space. The open house is Sunday, Nov. 15 from 1 to 4 p.m. For the full listing, click here.
A Well-Priced Three-Bedroom Brick Colonial in Chevy Chase, D.C.
6120 32nd Place N.W. (see map here)
This three-bedroom brick colonial offers a lot of space for the price in Chevy Chase D.C. Not far from Lafayette Elementary School, the home has a large main level with both a living room and family room, and a kitchen that has been completely renovated with stainless steel appliances and granite counters. A finished lower level includes a recreation room and a third bedroom. The property also has a detached one-car garage in back. The open house is Sunday, Nov. 15 from 1 to 4 p.m. For the full listing, click here.
A Bargain in Mount Rainier: Three-Bedroom Renovated Home for Under $300,000
3814 33rd St., Mount Rainer, MD (see map here)
Mount Rainier is not just a neighborhood for the area’s budding artists. As this property illustrates, it is also a neighborhood where quality homes can be found at bargain prices. That listing price does not have a typo. This completely renovated three-bedroom home is on the market for under $300K, and features hardwood floors throughout, an expansive main level, a large kitchen, a formal dining room with a gas fireplace and three very spacious bedrooms. We give this home a week on the market tops. The open house is Sunday, Nov. 15 from 1 to 4 p.m. For the full listing, click here.
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