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Three-bedroom condo in Penn Quarter with D.C. monument views asks $849K

The unit and the building’s terrace are fit for watching Forth of July fireworks

715 6th St. NW, #1102
Alexy Saltekoff/HomeVisit, courtesy of TTR Sotheby’s International Realty’s Sandi Mujanovic

The Washington Monument, the U.S. Capitol, and other D.C. landmarks are visible from this three-bedroom, two-bathroom condo in Penn Quarter that recently listed for $849,900. On an upper story of its building, the condo has been updated and features hickory hardwood floors throughout. Natural light fills the rooms, and the kitchen boasts high-end appliances.

It also has custom cabinets and granite counters. Both of the bathrooms come with double vanities. The living room has a gas fireplace with a custom mantle. There is a full-size in-unit washer/dryer. The building, meanwhile, is equipped with a gym and a rooftop patio that has a grill and heat lamps. The terrace and the condo are fit for watching Forth of July fireworks.

Located at 715 6th St. NW in the Cosmopolitan building, the home is across the street from the Capital One Arena and Gallery Place. The Gallery Place–Chinatown Metro station is one block away, and the National Building Museum and the National Portrait Gallery are nearby. So is the Harman Center for the Arts, which is home to the Shakespeare Theatre Company.

The condo last sold for $680,000 in 2013, according to Zillow. The monthly HOA dues are $730. Sandi Mujanovic of TTR Sotheby’s International Realty is serving as the listing agent.