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Most Expensive Homes on the Market: A $5 Million Penthouse on the Georgetown Waterfront

Panoramic views of the Potomac.

A prime location on the Washington Harbour means this Georgetown penthouse offers sweeping 180-degree views of the Potomac—and, suitably, it also comes with nearly 1,000 square feet of terrace space outside. Inside, tack on another 4,100 square feet of living space that comprises a massive kitchen and living area, two bedrooms, and five bathrooms, including a master suite with separate his-and-her baths and closets (check out HER well-stocked closet). Built in 1984, this condo has since added more than $3 million in updates. Property records indicate that the place is currently owned by Howard Wilkins Jr., a businessman—he once operated 270 Pizza Hut restaurants—and Republican fundraiser who served as ambassador to the Netherlands in the late 1980s. (He’s not the only bold-faced name in the complex—a neighboring unit is owned by Nancy Pelosi’s husband, Paul.) The condo is listed for $4.995 million. Read on for a brief look, then head to Washington Fine Properties for the full tour.

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