This weekend’s best open houses include a sunny two-bedroom condo near 16th and P streets, a large two-bedroom condo in Columbia Heights and a renovated three-bedroom rowhouse in Capitol Hill that comes with its own man cave.
Sunny Two-Bedroom Condo at 16th and Q Streets
1527 16th St. N.W., #5 (map)
This two-bedroom condo is located on 16th Street just north of P in one of the first Victorian rowhouses that PN Hoffman renovated back in the mid-1990s. The main attraction is a living room that has a large set of bay windows overlooking 16th Street, a small dining area, a fireplace and a tall set of built-in shelves. The second bedroom is more of a home office, but the master bedroom is large with good storage. The location for this home could not be much better as it is a five-minute walk from Whole Foods and the Dupont Circle Metro. The open house is Sunday, Jan. 10 from 1 to 4 p.m. For the full listing, click here.
Huge Two-Bedroom Condo in Columbia Heights
1319 Euclid St. N.W., #2 (map)
The eye-catching feature of this Columbia Heights two-bedroom condo is the wide-open main level. The gourmet kitchen, dining area and living room all flow together seamlessly and make use of the floorplan quite well. There are two bedrooms upstairs as well as a study that could serve as a home office. The original price for this listing was $650,000, and its new price tag compares favorably to similar properties in the area. The open house is Sunday, Jan. 10 from 1 to 4 p.m. For the full listing, click here.
Renovated Three-Bedroom Rowhouse Near Eastern Market
419 7th St. S.E. (map)
Just about a stone’s throw from Eastern Market, this Capitol Hill rowhouse has been completely renovated and now has a large chef’s kitchen, a landscaped, two-level backyard and patio, and an enormous master suite. The lower level has been converted into a "man cave" with a separate kitchen and living room. Homes this large in this section of Capitol Hill usually fetch more than $1 million. The open house is Sunday, Jan. 10 from 12 to 2 p.m. For the full listing, click here.
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