Silver Spring is one of the area communities that will be featured tonight on the premiere of a new local series from WETA, the public television station based in Arlington, Va.
“If You Lived Here” is a house-hunting series that also “spotlights D.C.-area neighborhoods and properties while celebrating each locale’s history, culture, notable places and flavor,” according to WETA’s website.
Christine Louise and John Begeny, WETA staff members that have hosted other shows in the past, host the 30-minute segments.
In each segment, the two tour a neighborhood with a local real estate agent “who takes them on tours of three properties: a starter home, a mid-level home, and an aspirational dream home. After each tour, Louise and Begeny compete to guess the listing price,” according to a report in the Washingtonian.
Silver Spring is one of 12 communities that will be featured in the initial season of the series. Takoma Park is scheduled to be featured in a later episode.
The show’s premiere is at 8 p.m. tonight on channel 26; Silver Spring will be the subject of the 9:30 p.m. segment, which will repeat at 10.
h/t reader Gus Bauman. Screenshot from “If You Lived Here” trailer