Market Leaders | Highest Sales Price to List Ratio | April 2021

April was an especially strong month for over-asking offers in the Washington, DC area, as evidenced by Unit #1 at the Wormley School in Georgetown. The two-bedroom, 2.5-bath residence at the historic former schoolhouse has a spacious 2,700 square foot layout, with a fireplace, a gorgeous kitchen and tons of architectural details. There’s also an incredible wraparound patio with its own grassy dog run! After listing for $2,799,999, this memorable residence sold for $3 million, equaling 107.14 percent of the asking price. Second place goes to Unit #314 at Gallery Place in Chinatown. With two bedrooms and two baths, the 974 square foot flat listed for $675,000 and sold for $715,000, equaling 105.93 percent of the original price. The unit has finished concrete floors, concrete pillars and many other unique touches. The building is on top of the Metro, and next to Chinatown’s famed arches, as well as Capitol One Arena and the Regal 14 Movie Theater.

In third place is Unit #5 at City Overlook in the U Street Corridor. The modern building with its outstanding cityscape views is steps from Meridian Hill Park with its cascading terraces, and is home to just 18 condos. This one-bedroom, one-bath apartment is quite roomy at 883 square feet, with maple hardwood floors and giant windows. It listed for $539,000 and sold for $570,000, translating to 105.75 percent. Fourth place goes to Unit #1004 at Mather Studios in Chinatown. The two-bedroom, two-bath loft with 1,200 square feet of living space has exposed concrete floors and ceilings, exposed brick walls, overhead ductwork, floating industrial metal stairs and a huge private terrace. After listing for $1,274,999, this super cool pad sold for $1,325,000 (103.92 percent). The building is home to both condos and artist studios.

Unit #P3 at The Erie in Adams Morgan takes 5th place at 102.61 percent. This sublime three-story penthouse with two bedrooms and 2.5 baths, has 1,584 square feet of interior space, as well as a 600 square foot private roof terrace. Soaring ceilings with exposed metal beams, floating stairs, concrete floors and giant windows are just a few of the other features for an attention-grabbing home that closed at $1,180,000 after listing for $1,150,000. Our final entry in this category is Unit #412 at The Lofts at Adams Morgan. This fabulous residence has two bedrooms and two full baths on the main floor, with floating metal stairs leading up to a super fun loft space, another full bath and a laundry room. There’s also an incredible wraparound private terrace. This Adams Morgan standout was offered for $1,180,000 before selling for $1,202,000, or 101.86 percent of the asking price.

To see all the hottest building and category winners in April visit our DC Penthouse and Luxury Condo Marketing Activity Report. is the ultimate resource with the right properties, the right firm, and the right agents. If you’re thinking of a move, you owe it to yourself to start a conversation with Jeff Wilson. Make sure you have every advantage possible working in your favor.

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