A seating area adjacent to the kitchen.
With a porter, valet parking, 24/7 security and a dedicated concierge service, there are only a handful of buildings as luxurious as The Ritz Carlton Residences in DC. And This Week’s Find is illustrative of that level of luxury.
This 3,400 square-foot, four-bedroom is one of a just a few penthouses at the 160-unit West End development. The top-floor listing faces in three directions, and the unit take advantage of that type of exposure with wall-to-wall windows in the living room, master bedroom and even surrounding the deep, marbled tub in one of the unit’s five and a half bathrooms.
The rooms in the unit have an oversized, Manhattan feel to them, and that is most evident in the master bedroom and kitchen. The kitchen has large stainless steel appliances, including an industrial stove top and double ovens, as well as a huge island and a seating area. The bedroom, with enough space for a bed and a seating area, has huge windows covering two of its walls and multiple walk-in closets.
Lastly, the home has almost 1,400 square feet of outdoor space.
“I would say the biggest ‘wow’ are the private terraces with views across the DC skyline,” Hadley Allen of Washington Fine Properties told UrbanTurf. “At (this) level, you are above many of the surrounding buildings.”
Here are more photos and details on the listing:
This article originally published at http://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/this_weeks_find_penthouse_living_in_downtown/10293
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