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Washington, DC Luxury Condos and Coops: Market Report

If your idea of a luxury home in DC isn't a house with a yard, you are in luck.  There are currently 50 condominiums and cooperatives for sale in Washington that are priced at over $1million, to a high of $5,690,000. 

Most of these units offer generous space, large terraces and balconies, and the latest in bedrooms and baths.  Some are, I think, are good values, while some are priced optimistically.  But most are interesting possibilities for buyers who do not want to take on the responsibility of owning a house. 

Here is the informaton on all of these units And here are some of my favorites:

1010 Massachusetts Avenue NW, Penthouse 103:  If you want to be downtown with a fabulous view and great outdoor space, this 2266 square foot 2 bedroom, 3 bath duplex might be the answer.  Check out the space age kitchen and the magnificent views.  It's been on the market for almost five months at $1,895,000. 

2900 K Street NW, Unit 603:    This home has almost 5000 square feet of space, with two large outdoor terraces overlooking the Potomac River.  There are 4 bedrooms and 4 baths, and a circular staircase leading to a second floor gallery.  There are walls of glass and a very sleek kitchen.  It's been on the market for 5 months and is priced at $4.1million.

3303 Waster Street NW, PH-5This is another unit with amazing views of the Potomac River.  It's a 2-bedroom, 2 bath penthouse with a wall of windows at one end of the living room.  The kitchen's great, but if cooking isn't your thing, it's a short block to Dean & DeLuca.  It's been on the market for a month at $2.5million.

2101 Connecticut Avenue NW, Unit 25:   If Old World elegance is your thing, this 2800 square foot 2-bedroom unit could be the one.  It has beautiful built-in details and a fabulous kitchen.  This has been on the market for four and a half months for $2,349,000.

2700 Virginia Avenue NW, Unit  1501:  No favorites list is complete without at least one great Watergate unit.  This 4-bedrooms and  3-baths, and it  is nicely renovated,  The bonus is the staircase leading up to a huge penthouse terrace with a forever view of the Potomac River and DC.  It's been on the market for a little over a month at $2,675,000.

 

If you would like more information about Washington market for condos and coops, or if you are planning a move to or from the DC metropolitan area, I can help.  I am licensed in DC, Maryland and Virginia.  Please email me at Housepat@mac.com or call 202-549-5167. 

 

 

 

Comment balloon 2 commentsPatricia Kennedy • June 30 2013 06:08PM
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