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This West End penthouse is one of D.C.’s priciest with $4K monthly HOA dues and a $6.9M ask

Expect coffered ceilings, a library, and a gourmet kitchen

With a $6.95 million asking price, this three-bedroom West End penthouse has landed on the Washington, D.C. market as the tenth most expensive listing in the city. In West End, it is the priciest overall, beating out this $3.1 million condo at The Residences at the Ritz-Carlton.

Along with the high cost, the 4,500-square-foot listing also comes with $4,175 monthly HOA dues. Jonathan Taylor, co-owner and founder of TTR Sotheby's International Realty, told Curbed that in the realm of boutique buildings, the monthly HOA dues in this unit are "relatively low." When comparing the dues to the square footage, the dues are around $1 per square foot.

Inside, there are high-end stainless steel appliances with brands like Sub Zero, Bosch, and Thermador. Other highlights include two balconies and a second level terrace. There is also three-car garage parking available along with an oversized storage room. According to the listing, the interior design elements are by Barry Dixon.

Some of the amenities that come with the unit include private elevator access as well as a 24-hour front desk/concierge. There is no gym or rooftop deck in the building.

The property, itself, was formerly an office building constructed in 1886. The historic landmark was converted to 16 residences in 2008.