The highest priced sales figures for April were memorable indeed, topped by a deluxe residence at the luxury branded Ritz-Carlton Georgetown. Unit #3D sold for $5,400,000, and includes four bedrooms, 5.5 baths and 4,400 square feet of living space. The building is right by the Georgetown Waterfront, and the elegant apartment offers extraordinary views of the Potomac River. Walls of windows, spacious rooms, a lovely open kitchen and a picture perfect location are all part of the package. This listing is also the month’s highest price per square foot at $1,227.27. The second highest sales price for April is another multi-category standout. Unit #1 at the historic Wormley School in Georgetown sold for $3 million dollars after listing for $2,799,999; the highest list-to-price ratio for the month at 107.14 percent. Additionally, the spacious 2,700 square foot layout works out to $1,111.11 per square foot, the second-highest price size. The two-bedroom, 2.5-bath home has a myriad of features and fine design details, and also boasts a wonderful wraparound patio with its own grassy dog run.
In third place is Unit #602 at The Lauren in Bethesda. The three-bedroom penthouse has 3.5 baths, 3,223 square feet of living space, as well as multiple private terraces. It sold for $2,925,000 after listing for $2,999,900. The fabulous residence has direct elevator access, an open layout with soaring ceilings, a family room, an open chef’s kitchen with high-end panelized appliances and giant floor-to-ceiling windows. Dine indoors or out! Fourth place goes to Unit #504 at Hampden Row in Bethesda. The three-bedroom, 3.5-bath with a 2,870 square foot floorplan sold at full price for $2.7 million. The modern white-on-white kitchen is a culinarian’s delight with its white quartz counters, Thermador gas range with warming drawer, Gaggenau fridge, and panelized Bosch oven. There’s also a huge private terrace plus an additional balcony, adding up to an impressive 1,152 square feet of outdoor space.
Moving across the river to Rosslyn finds the month’s fifth-highest sale; Unit #2309 at the swanky Turnberry Tower. The 2,655 square foot apartment with a private elevator, two bedrooms, a den and 3.5 baths, sold for $2,580,000. The sky-high residence has custom wall treatments, panoramic window walls and a completely open kitchen with glossy Snaidero cabinetry that curves along one wall. A sweeping balcony offers incredible views of the river, and all the way over to Georgetown. Closing out this impressive sales list is Unit #402 at the snazzy Cooper Lewis in Logan Circle. The 2,150 square foot flat with three bedrooms and 2.5 baths sold for full price for $1,849,900. Among the many features is an incredible designer kitchen, white oak floors, an office, a 575 square-foot private roof terrace plus an additional bonus balcony.
To see all the hottest building and category winners in April visit our DC Penthouse and Luxury Condo Marketing Activity Report.
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