In this week’s edition of Best Open Houses, we feature a two-bedroom row house right off H Street, a penthouse unit in Logan Circle with a huge roof deck and a renovated four-bedroom home in Takoma.
Two-Bedroom Row House Right Off H Street
723 10th St. N.E. (map)
This two-bedroom row house in the H Street Corridor is a pretty cool alternative to a condo. The first level has a living room with an enormous window, a small dining area and a good-sized kitchen. The master bedroom has high ceilings and a small seating area, but the true asset of the home is a large, landscaped rear garden. The open house is Sunday, April 25 from 1 to 3 p.m. For the full listing, click here.
Penthouse Unit in Logan Circle with Huge Roof Deck
1400 Church St. N.W., #609 (map)
The sellers of this penthouse at Lofts 14 II gutted the unit a few years ago and completely redid the interior, adding their own sense of style and converting the upstairs landing into a second bedroom and bathroom. The unit now has a loft feel to it with high ceilings, large windows, polished concrete floors and an open gourmet kitchen. In addition to about 1,100 square feet of interior space, there is a very large roof deck that has great views of downtown. A secured parking spot is included in the listing price. The open house is Sunday, April 25 from 2 to 4 p.m. For the full listing, click here.
Renovated 1936 Home in Takoma With 21st Century Look
6514 5th St. N.W. (map)
Even though it has been completely renovated, this 1936 home in Takoma still has a lot of old-style charm with just a few new 21st-century touches. The property now has a main level with an enormous living room, eat-in kitchen and sitting room, in addition to three bedrooms on the second level and a finished basement with a fourth bedroom. There is a large back deck as well as a landscaped backyard, and across the street, there is a fitness center, an Olympic-sized pool and tennis courts to which the buyer will have access. The open house is Sunday, April 25 from 1 to 4 p.m. For the full listing, click here.
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