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Where Bryce Harper Called Home

by UrbanTurf Staff

Wooster and Mercer Lofts.

Opening Day has arrived in Washington, DC and for the first time in seven years a familiar face will not be in the Washington Nationals lineup: Bryce Harper. In late February, Harper signed a $330 million contract to play for the Philadelphia Phillies.

While Harper is no longer in the DC area, that doesn't mean we can't check out where he used to call home. 

Living room and kitchen. Click to enlarge.

For much of the time that Harper was in a Nationals' uniform, he rented a two-bedroom, 2,000 square-foot loft condo at the Wooster and Mercer Lofts, a luxury residential development from Abdo Development in Arlington (map). 

The unit is spread out over two stories and features a den in addition to the two bedrooms. There are also two outdoor spaces, one which includes a hot tub. The apartment rents for about $6,300 a month.

Patio.

Harper moved out of the apartment toward the end of last year, which begs the question: How long ago did he decide that he wasn't re-upping with the Nats?

This article originally published at http://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/where-bryce-harper-called-home/15189

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