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Most Expensive Homes on the Market: A $2.7 Million Corner Penthouse in Adams Morgan
Check out that roof deck. By Michelle Thomas
Comments () | Published February 13, 2014

The listing for this top-floor corner condo deems it “exceptionally private.” While it may be right on Adams Morgan’s 18th Street—which is a far cry from the city’s quietest street—the description is apt: Not only does this place have its own keyed elevator entry, but it also features a huge wrap-around balcony, a second-floor terrace and a killer private rooftop deck with a hot tub and fire pit. Other highlights? Three bedrooms and four baths spread out over 3,000 square feet (plus the 1,650 of outdoor space), double-height ceilings that soar to nearly 19 feet, full walls of south-facing windows in the living areas, marble floors, cherry cabinetry, indoor and outdoor gas fireplaces, a wet bar and two wine coolers, remote-controlled Lutron window shades, a movie projection system, and a master-bath soaking tub complete with views of the Washington Monument. It’s listed for $2.695 million exclusively through Washington Fine Properties. Keep reading to get a shortened tour of this modern-luxe space, then head to WFP to see a complete tour.

All photos courtesy of Washington Fine Properties.

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