5 Of The Poshest Pads In Washington DC

Kelly Magyarics, Carly Roesen and Kristen Schott | June 6, 2019 | Home & Real Estate

Want to live in the District proper? Here’s how some of the most expensive abodes on the market in this stretch of land stack up, based on figures from Zillow (zillow.com).

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3150 South St. NW PH1D
It’s all about the views at this $7.5 million four-bedroom penthouse that dazzles with panoramas of the Potomac, Roosevelt Island and Rosslyn. The spacious living room looks out on the river and The Kennedy Center, with floor-to-ceiling windows. Also eye-catching: a walk-in temperature-controlled wine room. Mark McFadden, Compass, compass.com

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3301 Fessenden St. NW
A custom dome in the foyer greets you in this $15 million new build. The 11-bedroom Palazzo della Felicita has 12 full baths (with marble master suites) and a facade clad in limestone blocks from Puglia. Marc Fleisher, The Fleisher Group of TTR Sotheby’s International Realty, thefleishergroup.com

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2509 Foxhall Road NW
The $16 million beauty was the 2016 Design House (via Gibson Builders and GTM Architects), with good reason. Eye candy abounds in the five-story, 11,242-square-foot space’s third-level balcony, seven bedrooms, two kitchens, infinity pool, party rooms and wine cellar. Nancy Itteilag, Washington Fine Properties, wfp.com

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4400 Garfield St. NW
Listing agent Robert Hryniewicki enchants with a $9.5 million, eight-bed charmer. “You won’t find anything like it in the District,” he says. “The 12,000-square-foot interior is refined in the classic section—[it was built in 1930 and restored in 2016]—and complemented by modern [touches].” Plus, the fairy-tale library. HRL Partners at Washington Fine Properties, wfp.com

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1607 28th St. NW
The ivy-clad exterior gives way to elegance at every turn of this 9,450-square-foot abode that once served as part of the adjacent Evermay Estate in Georgetown and was the former home of late Sen. Ted Kennedy. Dubbed Brooke House, the $18 million pad has regal appeal: It dates to the late 1800s and is decked out in modern touches, but is Edwardian in its style, with a wood-paneled library, black-and-white-checked floors and a stately game room. Daniel Heider, TTR Sotheby’s International Realty, ttrsir.com



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