House Hunt: New to the Market in Georgetown

If you are in the market for real estate this weekend—or if you're just browsing—make plans to stop by one of these open houses in ZIP Code 20007.

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.

3045 P St. NW

  • According to the listing, "Stunning semi-detached Georgian Colonial with 4bedrooms, 4.5 baths awash with light from loads of windows! Generous rooms with a huge living room accented by French doors to lovely private patio/ garden, formal dining room, and new gourmet kitchen with stainless steel appliances and stone counters. Grand master suite and sumptuous bath, spacious family room, 4 fireplaces, garage!"
  • $2,295,000
  • Open 1 to 4 p.m. Sunday

3223 Volta Pl. NW

  • According to the listing, "Elegant, light-filled townhouse is move-in-ready after an extensive renovation. Numerous original architectural features, including heart of pine floors and millwork. New eat-in kitchen with granite counters and stainless steel appliances. Renovated bathrooms offer Italian honed marble and ceramic tile. Lower level features a media room with wet bar and wine chiller. Off street parking."
  • $1,449,000
  • Open 2 to 4 p.m. Sunday

2209 39th St. NW

  • According to the listing, "What you have been waiting for! Renovated semi-detached row house in Glover Park with 4 bedrooms & 3 1/2 bathrooms. 4 Finished levels of amazing space. Open floor plan with separate living, dining and family rooms. "In law" suite with full kitchen, bathroom and laundry. Deck, fenced yard and 2 car-parking."
  • $950,000
  • Open 1 to 3 p.m. Sunday
Thomas Gannon December 08, 2012 at 02:20 PM
Potential buyers should know their products. The beautiful architecture in Washington D.C. can be very intoxicating. As buying is heating up, make sure your purchase is a dream and not a nightmare. All houses come with issues, just make sure you know what you are getting your self into. Find a real home inspector. I have seen way too many inspections that are wholly incomplete. This, way to often, leaves the new home owner with the prospects of repairs instead of improvements. Just as bad is the shoddy improvement or the one that puts a perfectly good project over bad structure. This always leads to good hard earned money thrown away. People will price check or qualify a T.V. on line or at several stores. A bigger investment requires more insight, take the time. One of the few shows you could gleam real information from would be "Holmes on homes" This is the biggest investment most people will make. Treat it with the same respect as any other investment or purchase. Thomas Gannon Construction By Design Inc. www.constructionbydesigninc.com On linkedin


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