By Lydia Geisel | May 3, 2017 | Home & Real Estate
Nothing tops off a summer night in the District like a grand outdoor barbecues. These luxe properties come with picturesque patios that were made with a sear-savvy chef in mind.
Elegance meets bliss at this cozy townhome that offers plenty of space for cooking and drinking alfresco. As you master your roasting skills on the roof deck, don’t forget to soak in the view. $1.7-2.2 million, contact Lindsay Reishman of The Reishman Group, 202-818-8722
For hungry city dwellers who live and die by their barbecue, consider this duplex apartment that boasts a brag-worthy grilling space, incredible views of the Capital City, and modern touches throughout. $1.8 million; contact Keller Williams listing agent James Grant, 202-243-7700
Solitude is key at this home that makes a stunning statement on a private corner lot in the East Village. New residents will feel right at home noshing on summertime treats on the back terrace surrounded by the sprawling garden. $8.95 million; contact Compass brokers The Morrell-Roth Team, 202-728-9500
Built in 1927, this charming French-inspired abode tops off its incredible curb appeal with an idyllic backyard. Fitting for the host with the most, the grand brick patio was made for warm weather entertaining. $5.55 million; contact Sotheby’s International Realty listing agents Michael Rankin, 202-271-3344, and Theo Adamstein, 202-285-1177
If you’re in search of a one-of-a-kind home, a spot at the historic Wormley School might be for you. Not only does the 2,700 sq. ft. condo come complete with a gourmet kitchen and an enchanting sunroom, but new residents can also take advantage of the private landscaped patio year-round. $3 million; contact TTR Sotheby’s International Realty listing agent Daniel Heider, 202-234-3344
Space takes the spotlight at this expansive abode that overlooks the Potomac. Whether you’re craving a little peace and quiet or are interested in hosting an unforgettable feast, new buyers can have it all at this four-level home in the Palisades. $2.95 million; contact Coldwell Banker brokers Marin Hagen and Sylvia Bergstrom, 202-257-2339