Topping the highest list to sales price category in March is Unit #434 at The Lafayette in Penn Quarter. The one-bedroom apartment with one bath and 680 square feet of living space listed for $415,000 and closed at $435,000, equaling 104.82 percent of asking. The Lafayette with its landscaped roof deck with swimming pool, is connected to its sister building, the Clara Barton. Coming in a close second is Unit #PH18F at Somerset House in Chevy Chase. The two-bedroom penthouse with two bedrooms, a den, 2.5 baths and a spectacular wraparound balcony, sold for $1,615,000 after listing for $1,550,000 (104.19 percent).
Third place goes to Unit #1406 at Lofts 14 in Logan Circle. With one bedroom, one bath and 895 sq. ft. of space, this industrial-chic residence looks a lot bigger than its specs would indicate, with exposed brick walls and overhead duct work, a loft-style, semi-open bedroom, and stunning wood floors. It closed at $705,000 after listing for $685,000, translating to 102.92 percent. In fourth place is Unit #409 at The Metro, also in Logan Circle. The two-bedroom, two-bath condo with 975 square feet of living space and a large private balcony, has been recently renovated, including a super modern open kitchen with marble counters and backsplash. The trendy residence sold for $900,000 after listing for $874,900 (102.87 percent).
Unit #311 at Kalorama Lofts in the Kalorama neighborhood takes fifth place honors, selling for a cool $1 million, 102.56 percent of its original $975,000 asking price. The unique 1,454 square foot half-moon layout offers both south and west-facing windows, a renovated kitchen with maple cabinetry and waterfall quartz counters, plus two bedrooms and two baths. Sixth place goes to Unit #Y30 at the sublime Yale Steam Laundry in Mount Vernon Triangle. The one-bedroom, one-bath condo with 1,222 square feet of space, looks like an art gallery with an extremely long and open layout, incorporating soaring ceilings, exposed white brick walls on three sides, and an open kitchen built into modern full-height wooden cabinetry on the other side. It sold for $745,000 after listing for $730,000 (102.05 percent).
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