6,000 Square Feet, A Private Pool and a $12 Million Price Tag
Two months after the priciest condo ever to be listed in DC hit the market, another Georgetown condominium is nipping at its heels.
The penthouse duplex at the Residences at Harbourside (map) hit the market this week with a $12 million price tag, making it the second most expensive condo to be listed in the city. The condo is listed with Terri Robinson of Long & Foster.
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The focal point of the 6,000 square-foot four-bedroom condo may be the 3,400 square-foot terrace that offers a private pool and views of the Potomac River, Kennedy Center, Washington Monument. Each floor of the condo opens on to the spacious terrace.
The unit's private elevator enters into a large entry hall, and beyond that the living space really begins to spread out with a living room, large dining room, chef's kitchen and pantry and library. The second level includes in-unit amenities such as a sauna, spa and exercise room.
More photos and details below.
Photos courtesy of Sean Shanahan.
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This article originally published at https://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/6000-square-feet-a-private-pool-and-a-12-million-price-tag/18019.
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