Branded hospitality services are part of the package for condo owners at The Ritz-Carlton West End. The famous hotel chain now combines permanent and temporary upscale living at many of their addresses around the globe. In Washington, DC, that translates to The Residences at Ritz-Carlton in both the West End and Georgetown communities. The West End location features two condo towers flanking a central hotel, with a lovely interior courtyard and waterfall.
New in January is Unit #6B with a $2,595,000 price tag. The 2,449 square foot apartment with three bedrooms and 3.5 baths has been extensively renovated at a cost of nearly seven figures. Beautiful dark wood floors and custom wall treatments and finishes give the residence a modern showcase appeal. The refurbished gourmet kitchen boasts Viking, Sub-Zero and Miele appliances. Other features include a tasteful wet bar, gas fireplace, lovely owner’s suite and a large private terrace with wood flooring.
Unit #6G is also newly listed in January with an asking price of $1,100,000. With one bedroom and two full baths, this apartment is being sold fully furnished. Large open spaces, custom wall finishes and a massive window wall overlooking the courtyard make the 1,062 square foot residence seem especially roomy. Comes with in-unit washer/dryer and one parking space.
Back on the market with a fresh makeover is Unit #PH2E. The spectacular penthouse with 4,008 square feet of living space and three private terraces is being offered at $3,795,000. Millwork, Brazilian Cherry herringbone floors and custom wall treatments give the residence a distinct look. There is a catering kitchen with wine cooler in addition to the main chef’s kitchen, as well as a home office, a family room with dining bar and a media room with built-ins.
Unit #5A is a renovated three-bedroom apartment offered at $2,395,000. With 2,845 square feet of living space, the residence features a fireplace in the living room, a bonus family room and a large, beautifully remodeled kitchen with white marble counters, wraparound full height white brick backsplashes and wide-plank flooring. Each of the 3.5 baths have been remodeled.
Unit #4G is still up for grabs at $1,049,000. The 1,147 square foot apartment comes with an owner’s suite, two full baths and a second bedroom that can serve nicely as a work-from-home office. The living area is bright and spacious with a gas fireplace and floor-to-ceiling windows allowing lots of light. An adjacent dining area has large built-ins. Or, take your meals out on a large private terrace!
Unit #3L is listed at $990,000. The one-bedroom, 1.5-bath flat sports a contemporary look with dark hardwood floors. A sleek remodeled open kitchen features a white marble waterfall island, marble slab backsplash and stainless steel Viking appliances. A large bedroom has been customized with built-in closets, pendant lighting, a built-in desk and a wall of windows.
A rare opportunity for a competitive priced penthouse at the Ritz-Carlton is presented with Unit #PH1F. Listed at just $829,000, the one-bedroom, and two-bath luxury bird’s nest features 978 square feet of space, a giant wall of windows, blonde hardwood floors and matching built-ins. A cool office cubby adds another cool touch for this sunny and stylishly modern pad.
Unit #2D was reduced in price in January. Originally listed at $1,495,000, the elegant city home is now available for $1,395,000. That’s a full $100K drop for the two-bedroom, 2.5-bath condo with 1,760 square feet of living space. You’ll also get two balconies plus a large private terrace overlooking the courtyard. Brazilian Cherry floors, custom finishes and marble baths add to the appeal.
Unit #2B closed in January. The three-bedroom, 2.5-bath apartment sold for $1,500,000 after listing for $1,750,000. With 2,439 square feet of living space, the residence has herringbone floors, a long formal dining room, custom wall treatments and a gourmet kitchen with granite counters and espresso colored cabinets. A large private terrace with waist-high brick walls is the perfect place to escape.
Also closing in January was Unit 7D. The two-bedroom, 2.5-bath residence sold for $1,112,500 after listing for $1,195,000. The handsome apartment has 1,870 square feet of space, with huge windows, a private balcony, towering built-ins and a large gourmet kitchen with white cabinets, gray speckled counters and panelized appliances, including a Viking double wall oven and a wine fridge.
The full white gloves treatment extends from the hotel to condominium residences, with options for housekeeping, room service and eve private chefs. Other amenities include a heated indoor pool, staffed front desk and concierge, and priority access to the onsite Equinox Sports Club. Street level businesses include CVS, Sweetgreen and SoulCycle. Landmark’s West End Cinema is steps away, as are popular local restaurants.
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