The race for the highest priced sales was close in March with less than $500,000 separating the winner from sixth place. Our top sale was Unit #75 at the grand old 2101 Connecticut in highly desirable Kalorama. The three-bedroom, 2.5-bath apartment listed for $1,960,000 and sold for $1,925,000. The gracious 2,618 square foot residence also has a 24-foot long gallery, a drawing room with a stone and marble wood-burning fireplace, and a den with built-ins. In addition to the formal dining room, there is also a breakfast room off the gourmet kitchen. A special shout-out goes to the building’s incredible lobby. Second place goes to Unit #184 at Shoreham West in Woodley Park. The 2,700 square foot apartment with two bedrooms, a study and 2.5 baths sold for $1,840,000. Among the many features are blonde hardwood floors, a renovated gourmet kitchen and a large and sunny terrace that’s perfect for meals.
In third is Unit #707 at Somerset House in Friendship Heights. With two bedrooms, 2.5 baths, a library and 2,441 square feet of living space, the luxurious residence sold for $1,800,000. Black marble tiles in the foyer segue into hardwood flooring, with a matching black marble fireplace in the living room. A large covered terrace overlooks the tennis courts. Somerset House is part of the exclusive gated Parc Somerset community with its country club-style amenities. Fourth place goes to Unit #2606 at The Waterview in Arlington’s Rosslyn waterfront neighborhood. The two-bedroom, 2.5-bath apartment listed for $1,520,000 and closed for a very solid $1.5 million. With over $100,000 in upgrades from the Akseizer Design Group, the condo transferred in pristine turnkey condition. Among the many selling points was an extended curved balcony with impressive views of the Potomac River and Key Bridge.
In fifth place is Unit #1203 at Lionsgate in Bethesda. The chic corner penthouse closed at $1,485,000. With a 1,973 square foot layout, the apartment enjoys a main living room with a large, separate adjacent sitting area, an office, a formal dining room and a huge Chef’s kitchen. Closing out March’s highest sales prices is Unit #1401 at Turnberry Tower in Rosslyn. The two-bedroom, 2.5-bath apartment with 1,815 square feet of space sold for $1,450,000. A private elevator opens to a foyer with one-of-a-kind inlaid marble floors. An open gourmet kitchen features glossy Snaidero Italian cabinetry and upscale appliances. The owner’s suite includes a lavish master bath with lots of marble and a heated towel closet with glass doors. There are also two balconies overlooking Arlington, with peeks of the river.
To see all the hottest building and category winners in March visit our DC Penthouse and Luxury Condo Marketing Activity Report.
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