Open House Round Up


Spacious and Affordable One Bedroom in Cathedral Heights: $265,000


I will always have a soft spot for the Cathedral Heights area. After spending so much time there in my early twenties, I had kind of written it off only to rediscover it as a family friendly place. This one bedroom is spacious enough to grow into if you choose. The condo fee is kind of high at $660 but this is a larger building with 24 hour staff, a gym, and a roof deck. Some of you utilities are also included in the fee. Downside is no washer and dryer in unit.

Four Bedroom Rehabers Dreams in Woodbridge: $495,000


You can’t deny that this little craftsman has a ton of curb appeal. I really don’t see a ton of craftsman style homes in DC so this is a fun find. This house is being sold “as-is” meaning what you see is what you get and there zero room to negotiate. Unlike some estate sales this house is not a total disaster inside. Just judging by the pictures this seems like a manageable project, but again you never know until you get inside the house. Pros include large bedrooms, a fireplace, spacious yard, and parking for two. If you are up for a project, email me to see more pictures of the interior.

Modern Meets Traditional Two Bedroom in Glover Park: $589,000


Sorry to bring up the Glover area again but I love these boutique condo projects. This two bedroom condo is inside a 1930’s colonial brick building, giving you a traditional vibe from the outside with modern updates on the inside. The unit features big bedrooms and a big, private balcony. The listing also mentions being just a few blocks from Whole Foods, but word on the street is that that Whole Foods is far from reopening due to legal battles with the landlord. Yikes.

Sprawling Beaux Arts Beauty in Forest Hills: $637,500


They really don’t make them like they used to. This sprawling two bedroom will have you dreaming about more glamorous times when apartments were made for entertaining rather than somewhere you just crash. The awe-inspiring  1920’s building is right on Connecticut Avenue, between Cleveland Park and Van Ness. As you can see from the pictures this type of architecture really plays well with the mid-century modern trend. With over 1400 square feet to play with, I would have a blast furnishing this place. Drawbacks include only one bathroom and no in-unit washer and dryer.





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