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One of D.C.’s most expensive homes chops $450K off price, asks $6.5M

Library, high-end appliances, and more included

All photos via TTR Sotheby's International Realty

When this West End penthouse first landed on the market in September 2016, it was the tenth most expensive listing for sale in Washington, D.C. With the recent $450,000 chop to its price, it now ranks as the eighteenth most expensive listing in the District, asking $6.5 million.

In West End, it ranks as the second most expensive home on the market, under this $7,695,000 Ritz-Carlton penthouse.

The kitchen features high-end stainless steel appliances with brands like Sub Zero, Bosch, and Thermador. There are also two balconies, a second level terrace, a library, and three-car garage parking. According to the listing, the interior design elements are by Barry Dixon.

Amenities include a private elevator access as well as a 24-hour front desk/concierge. The monthly HOA dues total $4,175.

When the building was constructed in 1886, it served as an office building. The historic landmark was converted to 16 residences in 2008.

2501 Pennsylvania Avenue NW Ph 2B [Redfin]