Market Leaders | Highest Priced New Listings | October 2018

The weather may have cooled down but the appetite for expensive properties didn’t. Sitting at the top in October is PH#3A at the Ritz-Carlton West End with an asking price of $4,495,000. The 3,378 square-foot penthouse has 3-beds and 4-baths plus massive window walls, chef’s kitchen, library and bonus room. Enjoy spectacular cityscape views from the 1,700 square-foot rooftop terrace!

Next up is Unit #2A at 2002 Massachusetts in Dupont Circle, priced at $3,995,000. This 4-bedroom, 4.5 bath duplex is part of a recently constructed modern condominium that connects to the historic James G. Blaine House. In juxtaposition to the Second Empire building next-door, the 5,400 square foot residence is all about stark white-and-brushed metal design, from its uber-industrial kitchen to polished concrete floors.

Third on our list is Unit #202 at the Somerset House in Chevy Chase. Listed at $3.6 million, the 3,400 square foot apartment boasts an open living area with curved front windows, chef’s kitchen, a master suite in a private wing with His & Hers baths and an extra-spacious balcony.

Next is Unit #6 at The Logan, a historic building in the heart of Logan Circle. The 3-bed, 3.5 bath boutique penthouse lists for $2,595,000 with direct elevator access, marble baths and an 800 square-foot rooftop terrace. Fifth place goes to #8E at the ultra-modern 22 West the West End. With 3-beds, 3-baths, a den and 2,232 square feet of living space, this treetop flat offers minimalist design with true luxury and balcony views. Our final entry is #307 at The Montrose in Georgetown. Listed at $2,550,000, the 3-bed, 3-5 bath penthouse has two levels, a charming terrace, elevator inside the residence and four deeded parking places.

To see all the hottest building and category winners in May visit our DC Penthouse and Luxury Condo Marketing Activity Report.

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