Topping the August list-to-sales ratio in Unit #1113 at the fabulous Artisan in Washington’s Penn Quarter. The two-bedroom, one-bath flat with 786 square feet of living space was listed at $500,000 but was bid all the way up to $554,000, or 110.80 percent of the original asking price. Gleaming hardwoods, an open gourmet kitchen and lots of natural light add to the contemporary apartment’s appeal. Second place goes to Unit #904 at Solo Piazza in Logan Circle. The 1,426 square-foot penthouse has soaring 12-foot ceilings, a massive wall of windows in the main living area, three bedrooms, two baths and a delightful outdoor terrace. Listed at $1,160,000, the alluring residence with stunning views, wound up selling for $1,230,000. That 106.04 percent difference makes for a sweet $70K bonus for the seller.
In third place is an exclusive Life At The Top listing. Unit #633 at The Columbia in the West End was on the market for just three days before going under contract. Originally listed at $699,500, the sunny one-bedroom, one-bath residence with a bonus loft den, wound up closing at $725,000, equaling 103.65 percent of its asking price. Among the features is a 210-square foot private terrace plus an additional balcony. Fourth place goes to Unit #203 at 1661 Crescent Place, a grand old “Best Addresses” building in Adams Morgan. The impeccably renovated two-bedroom, 2.5-bath apartment with an office area, was priced at $849,000 before selling for $870,000, or 102.47 percent. Gorgeous original oak floors and charming Old World details merge with modern luxury in this impressive apartment.
Capturing fifth place is Unit #313 at Adams Row in Adams Morgan. The two-bedroom, two-bath condo with 704 sq. feet of living space and exposed overhead ductwork listed for $529,000 and sold for $540,000 (102.08 percent). Closing out the category is Unit #3 at the Bryan School Lofts on Capitol Hill. The beautiful two-bedroom, one-bath corner loft with 1,249 square feet of living space has soaring ceilings, exposed brick walls and numerous original architectural details from its former life as a school. After listing for $679,000, the unit sold for $689,000, equaling 101.47 percent.
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