Washington Metro’s highest priced new condominium listing in November 2019 has already closed. Unit #2F at the Ritz-Carlton Georgetown listed for $4,250,000, and was only on the market for one day before going selling at full price! The 4-bedroom residence with 5.5 baths has a very spacious 3,890 square foot floorplan. Brazilian Cherry herringbone floors, a formal dining room, a huge eat-in kitchen and multiple private terraces contribute to the elegant appeal, as do breathtaking views of the Potomac River. Coming in a close second is Unit #PH101 at the Westlight in the West End neighborhood. This brand new penthouse has an asking price of $3,975,000. The building, designed by Enrique Norton with a stunningly staggered modernist look, was delivered in 2016. The penthouse itself is a sleek and minimalist showcase of white-on-white luxury style, with 3-bedrooms, 3-baths and 2,684 square feet of living space, including a giant open living area that’s perfect for entertaining.
In third place is Unit #1004 at Somerset House in Friendship Heights. The luxurious 2-bedroom, 2.5-bath plus den apartment with 2,498 square feet of space was renovated by Chryssa Wolfe/Hanlon Design Build. Listed at $2,599,000, the residence offers pale ultra-wide plank floors, tray ceilings, thick crown molding, spa baths and two balconies. Units #1901 and #1902 at One Park Crest in McLean, Virginia are two apartments that have been combined into a spectacular one-of-a-kind penthouse. Listed at $2,499,000, the 4-bedroom, 4.5-bath residence has 3,460 square feet of living space, and features an open floorplan with two huge side-by-side gourmet kitchens with granite counters and Viking appliances, along with two balconies, four parking spaces and two storage units!
In fifth place is Unit #T11 at 2501M in Washington’s West End neighborhood. The brand new 2-bedroom, 3-bath flat is priced at $2,456,000 and boasts a very contemporary open design with 2,325 square feet of space, a modern minimalist kitchen with appliances recessed into cubist cabinetry, and giant floor-to-ceiling windows that gaze out at Rock Creek Park and Francis Field. Our final entry in November’s highest-priced sweepstakes belongs to Unit #509 at 1745N’s Historic Row residences. Listed at $2.4 million, the 2-bedroom, 2.5-bath penthouse with 2,289 square feet of space went under contract in just three days. From birdhouse views of St. Matthew’s Cathedral to wide plank premium floors and a gourmet kitchen, this sunny city home is located in the heart of fashionable Dupont Circle.