House Hunt: Just Listed, Now Open Labor Day Weekend

If you're in the market for real estate this weekend—or if you're just browsing—make plans to stop by one of these open houses.

Click on a listing below and you will be automatically linked to AOL Real Estate (or the broker) for complete listing information. You will also find helpful tools for buying a home such as mortgage calculators, credit pre-qualifying, maps, contact information and more.

2500 Q St., NW

  • According to the listing, "Spacious, bright unit on upper floor. High Ceilings, hardwood floors, renovated kitchen with separate pantry, entrance foyer, ample closet space, splendid views.Plantation shutters in the bedrooms. Metro is three blocks away. Cats are welcome. Utilities are included in the condo fee."
  • $550,000
  • Open house from 1 to 3 p.m. Sunday

3228 O St., NW

  • Acccording to the listing, "Beautiful renovated 3 bedroom, 2.5 bath Federal style home in the heart of the West Village of Georgetown offers old world charm with modern convenience. Chef's kitchen w/granite counters, SS appliances, beautiful cabinetry,original pine floors, crown moldings and detail throughout. Fully picket fenced andperfectly positioned on a cobble stone street, convenient to boutiques, shops and restaurants."
  • $1,075,000
  • Open house from 12 to 3 p.m. Sunday.
Thomas Gannon September 02, 2012 at 01:57 PM
All buyers should know what they are getting themselves into. Older homes have great charm and character. Way to often I see the shock in their eyes when they find out the costs of correcting shoddy repair work. I often hear " why didn't my home inspector catch this?" Way too often the inspector has no real back ground in construction but is in the business of inspecting according to a format . Recently, when looking at a long term (15 years) clients new purchase of a Capital Hill row house, I was amazed how little the home inspector noticed. The new gas fireplaces were unsafe. The structure for the roof was built with too much span and the beams are not set properly. The a/c line was not terminated to the outside, which leaked in to the ceiling when turned on. The roof was patched with dissimilar products which leaked. There was a section( 8x10) of the downstairs that was hidden behind a closet. It hid the old stair case and possible foundation problem. Thomas Gannon President Construction By Design Inc. http://constructionbydesigninc.com/


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