Having just said farewell to a condo on the West Coast, Vice President Kamala Harris is listing one in the East. In February, Harris put her San Francisco mid-rise pied-a-terre on the open market for $799K, and saw the property snapped up in short order. As it turns out, and according to public records, the property went from initial listing to contingent in less than two weeks, and closed a month later at $60K over ask.
Perhaps hoping to duplicate the happy turn of events—and ride the rising swell of real estate property appreciation—onto the market goes Harris’ condo in D.C., with an asking price of $1.995 million. And, of course, she’s currently ensconced in rather more distinguished accommodations.
The condo ain’t no slouch neither, though. It’s one of the units in the Westlight, the city’s glassy, ten-story paean to the green spirit, a LEED-certified building with a cantilevered façade, a constant supply of HEPA-filtered fresh air, and a lobby boasting a massive green-souled plane as a centerpiece: a 50-foot landscaped wall.
The unit measures in at 1,731 sq. ft., with two bedrooms and two baths throughout. Its interiors balance high-end with sustainability, and are on the whole extremely understated—baths with teak shower floors, custom Italian cabinetry, triple-glazed windows, and natural oak plank floors.
The building’s amenities include a fitness center and top-level recreation area with a 25-meter heated rooftop pool.