Some truly spectacular new listings hit the Washington, DC area real estate market in February. Topping the highest price category is Unit #PH2D at the Ritz-Carlton Georgetown, in the Georgetown waterfront. Listed at a cool $8 million, the four-bedroom penthouse with 4.5 baths and 4413 square feet of living space is already pending. The two-level residence has exposures on four sides, along with private terraces at each level and stunning views of the Potomac River. Coming in a very solid second is another penthouse, this one at the iconic Wardman Tower in Woodley Park. Unit #PH-D is offered at $5,750,000 and comes with three bedrooms, 3.5 baths and a whopping 4,527 square feet of living space spread out over two stories. Toss in the private roof deck and you have a truly spacious layout. Other features include a library, a showcase kitchen, six-inch wide herringbone oak floors, and a family room that can be turned into a fourth bedroom.
Third place goes to Unit #7G at 22 West in the West End neighborhood. Priced at $3,895,000, the three-bedroom, 3.5-bath apartment has a sunny layout with 2,995 sq. ft. of interior space, gleaming hardwoods, huge windows, and an office/library with custom built-ins. Next up is Unit #2301 at the brand new 27-story Pierce building in Rosslyn. Listed at $3,150,000, the 2,289 square foot flat has direct elevator access, two bedroom suites, a den and a large corner private terrace. The gourmet kitchen with its Thermador appliances and quartz waterfall island is completely open to the living and dining areas.
Sticking with Pierce for a moment, the fifth highest-priced listing for the month sold after zero days on the market. This was a presale penthouse opportunity with two bedrooms, two baths, 2,289 square feet of space and a closing price of $2,848,000. Our final entry is Unit #1 at MuSoLit Residences in Logan Circle. Listed at $2,250,000, this unique property is already under contract. It is a four-bedroom, 4.5-bath townhome that occupies the lower half of a rowhouse dating to the 1880s and originally designed by famed architect Thomas Franklin Schneider. The building became a prominent social club in the 1920s, and more recently, had a complete interior makeover by Sarah Snouffer.
To see all the hottest building and category winners in February visit our DC Penthouse and Luxury Condo Marketing Activity Report.
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