Topping the sales-to-list ratio in May was Unit #6A-W at the grand old St. Nicolas in Kalorama. With four bedrooms, three baths and 2,245 square feet of living space, this beautiful penthouse has three exposures, an enclosed sunroom, a “tower room” and a 1,000 square foot private roof terrace. Listed at $1,599,000, the unique residence sold for $1,725,000, translating to 107.88%. In second place is Unit #604 at The Floridian in the U Street Corridor. The two-bedroom, two-bath flat listed for $575,000 and sold for $604,101, equaling 105.06% of asking.
Third place goes to Unit #929 at the Atrium in Arlington’s Rosslyn waterfront neighborhood. The contemporary one-bedroom flat with tile floors, private balcony, marble kitchen and marble bath, listed for $418,000 and sold for $420,000, or 100.48%. In fourth place is Unit #1212 at 555 Mass in the Mount Vernon Triangle. The one-bedroom apartment sold for its full asking price of $449,000, and features floor-to-ceiling windows and a gourmet kitchen with granite counters and stainless steel appliances.
Unit #101 at Butterfield House on Capitol Hill also sold for 100% of list, at $399,900. It’s the first closing at the distinctive building since August of 2018. The final full-priced sale is Unit #PH2B at the Ritz-Carlton West End, located in the West End neighborhood. The tri-level penthouse at the luxury branded full-service address has three bedrooms and 2.5 baths, along with gorgeous hardwood floors, dramatic tray ceilings, two fireplaces and multiple private outdoor terraces. The 3,146 square foot residence listed and sold for $3,250,000. The offer came in on the first day, with a closing later in the same month. It was the highest-priced condo sale in May as well as the third-highest in the price-per-square foot category.
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