Market Leaders | Highest Sales Price to List Ratio | November 2020

Topping the list-to-sales ratio in November is Unit #1204 at The Madrigal in Mount Vernon Triangle. The 12th floor corner penthouse has two bedrooms, two baths and 937 square feet of uniquely shaped rooms with giant walls of windows and overhead ductwork that snakes though the layout. With an open gourmet kitchen, hardwood floors, soaring ceilings, a glassed-in owner’s suite and private terrace, this loft-inspired apartment listed for $649,000 and sold for $670,000, representing 103.90 percent of the original asking price. Coming in second is Unit #703 at The Lauren in Bethesda. The three-bedroom, 2.5-bath stunningly modern apartment was also the highest sales price for November, listing at $3,095,000 and closing for $3,180,000 or 102.75 percent. The 3,167 square foot lifestyle experience has a direct access elevator, an incredible white-on-white marble kitchen, luxury chic bathrooms and two private balconies.

Third place goes to Unit #807 at the three-building City Vista community in Mount Vernon Triangle. The two-bedroom, one-bath apartment listed for $499,900 and sold for $510,000, equaling 102.02 percent. An open kitchen with dark granite counters and stainless steel appliances tucks neatly into one corner, maximizing space in this cute 868 square foot flat with its beautiful hardwood floors. In fourth is Unit #1107 at The Ventana, a modern building that sits above historic row houses on F Street NW in the Penn Quarter. The two-bedroom, 2.5-bath penthouse has 1,253square feet of interior space spread out over two stories, with wide-plank floors, a fantastic open kitchen and a private roof deck. It sold for $825,000 or 101.16 percent of list.

Unit #407 at The Flats at Union Row, in the U Street Corridor, comes in fifth after listing for $739,000 and closing at $744,000, equaling 100.68 percent of list. The hip industrial-style condo has two beds and two baths, with overhead ductwork, gleaming hardwood floors and a private outdoor space. Closing out the category in sixth place is Unit #1201 at Ten Ten Mass in Mount Vernon Triangle. The two-bedroom, two-bath apartment in the popular luxury building was offered for $929,000 before selling for an extra grand, at $930,000 (100.11 percent). An open floorplan and a panoramic balcony add to the appeal, as well as all the great shops and restaurants within easy strolling distance.

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

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