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House Hunt: Super Bowl of Open Houses

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.

Each weekend, Patch highlights several open houses in Georgetown. We're not being paid by any real estate agents. We're not doing any favors for the homeowners. These are just three listings that we think might interest you all - our readers.

If there's an open house that deserves our attention, pass it along. If there's one we didn't include in the column, add it in the comments section.

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.

Happy hunting!

3925 Fulton Street NW

  • According to the listing, "2-bed/2-bath, single-level condominium, perfectly situated in the Glover Park neighborhood. Finishes include stainless steel appliances, hardwood flooring, recessed lighting, and granite counters. Three exposures mean unit is flooded with natural light. Two 3-bed/3-bath and three other 2-bed/2-bath units are also available. Parking available. Accepting reservations."
  • $418,000
  • Open house 1 to 4 p.m. Sunday

3299 K Street NW (VIDEO)

  • According to the listing, "This fully renovated, loft-style space provides panoramic views of the Rosslyn skyline, the Key Bridge and the Kennedy Center. Flooded with natural light, the south facing unit includes two bedrooms, two full bathrooms and one garage parking space. Hardwood floors, marble countertops, recessed lighting and high ceilings contribute to the property's modern ambiance. Papermill on the Potomac is an exceptional condominium development located directly across from the Georgetown Waterfront Park."
  • $950,000
  • Open house 1 to 4 p.m. Sunday

1504 44th St. NW

  • According to the listing, "Rare turnkey Foxhall historic village Tudor townhouse is located minutes from downtown Washington and the Kennedy Center. Close to Glover Archibold Park trails, Georgetown University and Georgetown shops. Built by architect/developer W. Taylor in 1932 and was recently remodeled with classic elegant finishes and colors and is in immaculate move-in condition. Easy access to highways, shopping & transportation.

    Inlaw unit potential: Full unfinished basement with a separate entrance, laundry, utilities, workroom, quarter bath ready, and one car garage space. (currently not used as garage.)"
  • $998,000
  • Open house 1 to 3 p.m. Sunday

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