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The Most Expensive Condo Listing In DC Is Totally Worth It - and Then Some!

If you are looking for a totally amazing place to live here in Washington, DC, I have the answer for you!

One of my favorite colleagues and former office-mate, Christopher Ritzert, has listed a penthouse in the Georgetown Ritz Carlton that will knock your socks off, and then some!

First, check out the virtual tour.

This unit has a stunning view looking up and down the Potomac River.  And while you can watch the planes take off and land at National Airport, the sound-proof windows let you escape the airplane noise. 

This unit has over 4300 square feet of space, and that doesn't include the terrace.  It does include 4 bedrooms, 4 full baths and a powder room,

The Ritz Carlton is a truly full-service building.  There is a 24-hour concierge service, and you'll not only have 2 garage spaces, but there is valet parking.  And they welcome not only you, but your pets, too.
The Georgetown Ritz Carlton has been my favorite condo building in Washington since it opened it's doors in 2003.  This unit is listed for $7,995,000 and can be seen by appointment.

 

If you are considering a move to or from the DC metro area, please contact me before you make any important real estate decisions.  Call 202-549-5167 or email me at housepat@mac.com.

 

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Comment balloon 20 commentsPatricia Kennedy • July 09 2014 06:34PM
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