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Most Expensive Homes on the Market: A Nearly $8 Million Penthouse at the Ritz-Carlton Residences
So fancy that the powder room involves hand-pressed gold leaf on the walls. By Michelle Thomas
Comments () | Published April 3, 2014

Ranking as the most expensive condo currently available in Washington, this penthouse at the Residences at Ritz-Carlton in Georgetown is predictably loaded with luxury. Custom-designed by architect Stephen Muse and interior designer Marcie Royle of Stuhlberg Interiors, this 4,300-square-foot apartment spotlights a laundry list of high-end finishes: marble and black-walnut flooring, sycamore kitchen cabinets, top-of-the-line appliances (including an integrated Miele espresso maker), heated floors and spa-style amenities in the master bath, a double-sided fireplace, and a powder room outfitted with hand-pressed gold leaf walls and a glass vessel pedestal sink. There are four bedrooms, four bathrooms, dual walk-in closets, a climate-controlled wine room with space for more than 400 bottles, formal and informal dining areas, and two valet parking spaces. The property is listed at $7.995 million. Keep reading for a quick look, then head to TTR Sotheby’s¬†for the full tour.

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