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Once home to George Washington’s farmland, Mount Vernon prides itself on its history. Led by realtor Lauren Kolazas, hosts John and Christine guess the listing prices on a quaint starter home built in 1950, a mid-century modern home designed by architect Charles Goodman, and a breathtaking colonial with influences from the 1770s.
With help from realtor Kirstin Whitaker, John and Christine visit the nautical town of Annapolis, Maryland’s capital. They tour and guess the listing prices of three homes, from historic to modern, all with water views. Also, follow along to learn about the famous naval history of the town, as well as the arts, culture and buildings that make the story of Annapolis come to life.
From a row home built in 1915 to a condo overlooking Nationals Park, the season premiere explores both old and new homes in D.C.’s Navy Yard. Guided by realtor Chris Chambers, hosts John and Christine tour three homes in the Southeast D.C. neighborhood to guess the listing prices of each location and learn about the area’s meaningful history from some of Navy Yard’s long-time residents.
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