position: Washington DC
price: $7.45 million
This renovated 3 bedroom condominium conveniently located in the 10-story Westlight complex in the West End neighborhood of . Washington, DC—The building where Vice President Kamala Harris once lived.
In October 2021, Harris sold a two-bedroom condominium in the 71-unit Westlight Building for $1.85 million, just below its April listing price of $2 million. According to The Wall Street JournalShe paid $1.78 million for the property in 2017. That same year, she was elected to the California Senate.
This 9th floor unit is professionally designed and sold with custom made items for your home.
Coldwell Banker Realty Listing Agent Marin Hagen said: “I love the scenery and the fact that it’s very customized,” she said. “Most of the other units are the same bright white color with the same fixtures and finishes.”
The unit uses several notches, including Venetian stucco throughout the apartment, Hagen said.
The Venetian stucco on the walls is “a very beautiful detail that adds visual appeal,” she said. “Bathrooms are all marble and part of the floor is marble.”
Other design details include a fireplace and floor-to-ceiling windows on each side, flooding the home with bright natural light.
Featuring custom Venetian stucco ceilings with polished nickel trim, the entrance foyer leads to an open plan living area with access to two bedroom wings.
There are actually two living rooms separated by the dining room and kitchen. The open kitchen features a custom LED-backlit onyx island with bar stool seating, quartz countertops, and a wall of pantry/cabinet storage.
Located in a separate wing, the primary bedroom suite has floor-to-ceiling windows, two walk-in closets, and a bathroom with two vanities and a cedar-floored shower. His other two bedrooms also have walk-in closets.
The 3,000 square foot condo has 3 bedrooms, 3 full bathrooms and 1 partial bathroom.
The condo has 2 parking spaces. Weslight’s amenities include a rooftop 25-yard heated pool and terrace with green space and grill station, indoor catering kitchen and club room. A fitness center, business center and bicycle storage are also available.
“It’s one of the nicest roof decks I’ve seen in DC so far,” said Hagen.
“The West End is a central location,” Hagen said. The building offers easy access to Georgetown, Dupont Circle, C&O Canal Bike Trail, Dumbarton Oaks and Kennedy Center.
“There’s a Trader Joe’s and great restaurants nearby,” she said.
Agents: Marin Hagen and Sylvia Bergstrom of Coldwell Banker Realty
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