The priciest new listing in DC during the month of July is Unit #6D at the iconic Wardman Tower in Woodley Park. The impeccably renovated 1928 classic boasts 3-bedrooms, 3.5-baths and 3,123 square feet of living space. With an asking price of $3,445,000, this lovely residence features tray ceilings, incredible Austrian wide-plank hardwood floors throughout, a massive Henrybuilt kitchen and marble baths that look straight out of a movie from the Golden Age.
Coming in a close second is Unit #905 at The Ventana in Downtown DC’s Penn Quarter. With a price tag of $3,250,000, this modern four-level penthouse is simply outrageous. Included are 5-bedrooms, 4.5-baths, nearly 4,000 square feet of living space, a private elevator, chef’s kitchen, floating stairs that resemble art installations, home office, wet bar, theatre room, an incredible private roof deck and a little something called a master bedroom suite that takes up an entire floor.
In third place is Unit #604 at The Lauren in Bethesda. The 3-bedroom, 4.5-bath luxury residence with 3,576 square feet of living space and a bonus den/office went on the market and closed the same day, for the full listing price of $3,220,000. It was also the first sale at The Lauren since March 2018. From the oversized master suite to a stunning gourmet kitchen with marble slab counters, this elite condo is in a prime location, steps from Bethesda Row. Also at The Lauren is Unit #702 with 3-bedrooms, 3.5-baths and 3,223 square feet. Already active under contract, the spacious penthouse with direct elevator access is listed at $3,099,000. Dark gray oak floors, soaring tray ceilings, luxurious baths and private balconies are a few of the features.
Fifth place belongs to Unit #51 at the extraordinarily modern Westlight in the West End. With an asking price of $2,895,000, this 3-bedroom, 3-bath flat with 2,385 square feet offers the height of minimalist chic, with pale hardwood floors, giant window walls and a white-on-white and stainless steel recessed kitchen that blends into the surrounding living area. The final entry in our high-priced sweepstakes is Unit #2009 at Turnberry Tower in Arlington’s waterfront Rosslyn neighborhood. Priced at $2,890,000, the 2-bedroom, 3.5-bath plus den apartment listed in July and has already had a price cut—it was originally offered at $2,920,000. From the private elevator to marble floors and an incredibly long balcony with stunning views of the Potomac River, this swanky pad with 2,655 square feet of living space is perfect for entertaining.
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