We’re not exactly sure what you can learn from the list but Estately has sent over its account of the most-expensive home and condo sales on Capitol Hill in 2012.
The 2012 “champ” on 21st Ave E was described thusly by Windermere:
Warmth & dignity best describe this impressive 1913 Half Timbered Tudor, located on a beautiful tree-lined street. The splendor of the original design & the superior workmanship of this residence have been enhanced by meticulous care & a spectacular renovation. Exceptional woodwork, gorgeous leaded glass & perfectly proportioned rooms prevail from the grand entrance hall to the third floor recreational suites. Private terraces, pretty gardens & studio carriage apartment atop the 2-car garage.
The 7,800 square-foot home was sold by a jazz musician and her OBGYN husband to a couple including a “private yoga instructor” early in 2012.
Among the condos, you’ll note that three of the big price tags were attached to units in the “Harvard & Highland luxury condominium residences.” #1 was purchased by a retired Boeing test pilot.
- 1185 Broadway E Unit PH7 – $1,625,000
- 1175 Broadway E Unit PH8 – $1,550,000
- 2061 43rd Ave E Unit 201 – $1,325,000 (OK, we don’t know how Madison Park slipped into this but, hey, expensive condo!)
- 1168 Harvard Ave E Unit – $1,275,000
- 1185 Broadway E Unit 6 – $1,250,000
The 21st Ave E sale would just crack this list of “the most expensive Capitol Hill home sales… ever,” by the way.