Photos: TTR Sotheby’s
A five-level, 11-bedroom Logan Circle rowhouse has traded for a record-breaking $3.9 million, marking the most expensive residential sale ever in the neighborhood.
Located at 1322 Vermont Avenue NW, the 1885 building measures 9,200 square feet and was originally listed for $4.445 million when it first hit the market two months ago, according to the Washington Post, which first reported on the transaction.
TTR Sotheby’s marketed the mansion, which boasts 6.5 bathrooms, eight fireplaces and restored original brick, wood and molding, according to the listing. The building is currently configured as three units, each with a kitchen; there’s a two-bedroom, two-bathroom on the basement level, a six-bedroom main apartment on the first to third floors and a three-bedroom in-law suite on the fourth floor. The property also comes with a rear outdoor patio and parking for two cars.
Ann K. Luskey was named as the buyer. The sellers’ names have not been disclosed.
“The significance of this sale is a huge win for the Logan Circle neighborhood as records continue to get broken as buyers seek a more exciting and central location compared to our western neighborhoods,” Peter Lane of TTR Sotheby’s told the Post.