Some truly spectacular new listings hit the market in September, accompanied by eye-popping prices. The most expensive is Unit #3F at the Ritz-Carlton Georgetown. The three-bedroom, 4.5-bath residence with 3,890 square feet of living space is being offered at $6.5 million. Featured in Architectural Digest, the Georgetown apartment was transformed into a true stunner by Solis Betancourt & Sherrill. From the marble foyer to travertine floors and a waxed Venetian plaster ceiling in the living room, the entire residence glows with pale tones and a shimmering luminosity. A special shout-out to the spectacular Potomac River views. In second place is Unit #501 at the legendary Watergate in Foggy Bottom. Priced at $4,295,000, the two-bedroom, three-bath cooperative apartment with a den and 2,750 square feet of space has received a complete bare-slab makeover from BOWA Design/Build. Wood-ribbed wall and ceiling treatments, a showcase kitchen, stunning new bathrooms and TRUCOR Black Hills Oak floors are among the new features. A 94-foot balcony offers pristine views of the river.
Next is Unit #PH101 at the Westlight in the West End neighborhood. Listed at $3,975,000, the ultra-luxe penthouse has three bedrooms, three sleek baths and 2,684 square feet of space. Everything about this apartment is modern and understated, with blonde hardwood floors, white finishes and a minimalist gourmet kitchen with stainless steel appliances. Fourth place goes to Unit #609 at VIO at The Wharf. The 1,985 square foot corner flat with three bedrooms and 2.5 baths is listed at $3.4 million. Once again, incredible views are on the menu but this time it’s the Washington Channel, with two giant walls of uninterrupted floor-to-ceiling windows gazing out at docks and glorious evening sunsets. You’ll also get two spacious balconies and an incredible Euro-style chef’s kitchen.
It’s back to the Westlight for fifth place with Unit #9F priced at $2,995,000. The 2,415 sq. ft apartment has three beds and three baths. Huge windows, pale blonde floors and the signature Westlight open kitchen with its glossy white cabs and cubist design contribute to the feeling of understated elegance. The Watergate also gets revisited for sixth place with Unit #101/2. Listed at $2,595,000, this ground level co-op with a townhouse layout is absolutely massive. There are five bedrooms, five full baths, two half-baths, 4,505 square feet of interior living space, and an amazing 1,100 square foot private patio with swing doors leading out to the gardens. It feels much more like a house than an apartment, and also includes a second upstairs kitchen for entertaining.
Ritz Carlton Georgetown – $6,500,000
The Watergate – $4,295,000
<a class="btn-landmark-sales" title="See Available Listings at Westlight" href="“>Westlight – $3,975,000
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