House Hunt: Palisades and Georgetown Family Homes

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 Glover Park 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.

4737 MacArthur Blvd., NW

  • According to the listing, "Magnificent sunset views of the palisades. Situated across from the reservoir this sun-filed home was totally updates with an open kitchenand huge family room leading to spaceious garden. Terrific location with easy access to transportation and the wonderful shops in palisades. Minutes to downtown. Easy to show. Read alley could provide parking access."
  • $875,000
  • Open house from 1 to 4 p.m. Sunday.

1632 33rd St., NW

  • According to the listing, "Charming, renovated Georgetown townhouse with large living room, dining room that seats 6-8, renovated granite/stainless kitchen, two bedrooms with large closets, updated FB, beautifully landscaped garden w/ patio and covered porch. Beautiful original hardwood floors throughout. Near Volta Park and great shops & restaurants."
  • $825,000
  • Open house from 1 to 4 p.m. Sunday.

4529 MacArthur Blvd., NW

  • According to the listing, "Light-filled, renovated 1925 bungalow in Palisades neighborhood. Featuring four bedrooms, three full baths and one half bath and includes hardwood flooring, recessed lighting, living room with fireplace, separate dining room and modern kitchen with French doors to patio on first level. Upstairs features a master bedroom with en suite bath, two additional bedrooms and one full bath. The lower level is fully finished with kitchenette, family room, bedroom and full bath. There is a detached one-car garage and driveway in the rear."
  • $875,000
  • Open house from 1 to 4 p.m. Sunday.


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