It’s the most spooky time of the year. Halloween is just around the corner, and, to celebrate, Curbed DC has gathered 20 decorated houses that truly prove that if you’ve got it, haunt it. These boo-tiful houses are sure to impress as they get pretty creative, not only offering a display of pumpkins (that were probably hand-picked), but also giant spiders, glowing ghosts, and even one D.C.-themed decoration with the District’s flag included.
For some skele-fun, let’s take a look at some of the best houses decorated this year. First, here are two homes in Washington, D.C., that were submitted to Curbed DC:
Now, let’s head to the interwebs to find the best, most decked out homes that are celebrating one of the best holidays ever. Have a home of your own that you would like featured? Leave a comment with a photo of your spooktacular abode.
How Georgetown does Halloween. #halloween #chanel #georgetown #washingtondc pic.twitter.com/wNsSDBN86h— Mandi Howard (@mandihoward) October 23, 2017
Glad to see front yard statue guy is in the #Halloween spirit #HillEast #MassAve #SEDC pic.twitter.com/hL07flv05c— Alan Chargin (@AlanChargin) October 24, 2017
An itsy bitsy spider climbed up our water spout. Down came the rain and washed the spider out. Wonder if he's going to climb up again. @timkrepp pic.twitter.com/slEYrrxvFx— Denise Rucker Krepp (@kdrkrepp) October 26, 2017
Thought the D.C. flag was an excellent touch pic.twitter.com/B01b62IH84— Colleen Cosgriff (@ColleenCosgriff) October 25, 2017