Unit #71 at 2029 Connecticut in Kalorama accounted for June’s highest priced sale, at $3,900,000. The incredible penthouse spans the entire Connecticut Avenue side of the grand old historic building. With a 5,400 square foot floorplan, the palatial residence includes a huge central gallery, living room, formal dining room, library, giant gourmet kitchen, secondary catering kitchen, five bedrooms and four full baths. Every inch is sublime, with incredible base relief detailing, exquisite floors, multiple fireplaces, a wet bar and more. This sale is also notable as the first closing at the famous Beaux-Arts landmark since April of 2017! Second place goes to Unit #PH6 at the historic Wormley School in Georgetown. The huge multi-level penthouse with 4,550 square feet of living space sold for $3,650,000. Set inside a former schoolhouse, the residence boasts four bedrooms, 3.5 baths, arched windows, restored hardwood floors, a fireplace and a stunning gourmet kitchen. There are three stories in all, including an incredible attic level with cathedral ceilings, skylights and loft-style spaces.
Unit #2M at 3303 Water Street in Georgetown listed and sold for $2,195,000. The two-bedroom, two-bath luxury residence offers 1,806 square feet of living space, with floor-to-ceiling windows offering unobstructed of the Potomac River and Georgetown Waterfront Park. Not only is this one the third-highest closing in June, it’s also the fourth-highest sales to list ratio and the highest price per square foot at $1,215.39! Unit #212 at the Lionsgate in Bethesda accounted for the fourth highest sale at $1,215,000. With two bedrooms, 2.5 baths and 1,791 square feet of living space, this lovely apartment also boasts the largest balcony in the building. Blonde hardwood floors run throughout, the walk-in closets are giant and the gourmet kitchen is straight out of a magazine!
Fifth place goes to Unit #8G at the Ritz-Carlton West End in the West End neighborhood. The two-bedroom, two-bath apartment with 1,147 square feet of living space sold for $1,075,000 after listing for $1,099,000. It is also the second highest price per square foot at $937.23. Extensive renovations include a new gourmet kitchen while a spacious balcony is accessible from multiple entry points. Our final entry in the highest sales sweepstakes belongs to Unit #104 at Washington Harbour in Georgetown. The opulent apartment with 2,316 square feet of living space closed at $900,000. Rich architectural details are found throughout the residence, along with multiple fireplaces, curved room shapes, a modern open kitchen, marble foyer, wood floors and a stunning private balcony.
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