The legendary Watergate complex in Foggy Bottom was home to the highest sales price in October. Unit #1206/1207 is a newly renovated residence that combined two apartments into one, resulting in 3,007 square feet of living space, a luxurious master suite and an elongated private balcony with stunning views of the Potomac River. The closing price was $3,900,000 at $1,297 per square foot.
Coming in second was Unit #8C at 3303 Water Street in Georgetown’s waterfront. The modern duplex closed at an even $3 million, with 2-beds, 2-baths, a master suite and loft with terrace. Third on our max sales list is Unit #1003, a spacious 3,021 square foot residence at Somerset House in Chevy Chase. The 2-bed, 2.5-bath condo with a large balcony and bonus room sold for $2,300,000.
Next is Unit #PH20 at VIO on The Wharf in the Southwest Waterfront. This fabulous white-on-white penthouse with 1,560 square feet of space and a private rooftop terrace closed for $1,606,400. Fifth on the list is #504 at The Columbia with a closing price of $1,310,000. The 2-bed, 2-bath residence in this historic West End complex has wide-plank floors, a gourmet kitchen and a large private terrace with panoramic views. Last but not least is Unit #308 at Landmark Lofts at Senate Square on the Hill: a restored and renovated former convent built in 1874. This handsome 2-bed, 2.5 residence sold for $1,080,000, with original exposed brick and hardwood floors plus new modern features like the gourmet kitchen.
To see all the hottest building and category winners in May visit our DC Penthouse and Luxury Condo Marketing Activity Report.
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