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Once home to legendary Motown singer Marvin Gaye, the Deanwood neighborhood in D.C. has a deep sense of community among its residents. Join hosts John and Christine and realtor Keith James as they tour 3 homes built between the 1910s and 1920s and learn about the neighborhood’s many churches, the Lederer Community Garden in Marvin Gaye Park and Nannie Helen Burroughs’ National Training School.
With realtor Karen Rollings, John and Christine check out the Sandy Spring/Olney neighborhoods. Join them as they visit three properties in the area and attempt to guess the listing prices. Also, learn about the area’s Quaker and African American history and explore the country’s largest outdoor climbing park, Sandy Spring Adventure Park.
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.
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