Kamala Harris’ Vice Presidency is historic, and a luxurious part of her story just hit the housing market.
After selling her San Francisco home for nearly $800k in February, Harris has decided to unload her two-bedroom, two-bathroom Washington D.C. condo. Built in 2018, the unit is listed for $1.995 million via Realtor.com, and if it sells at asking, she stands to make a 12.3 percent profit.
It's an attractive unit in the Westlight luxury condo complex, spanning 1,731 square feet and boasting natural oak hardwood floors, custom Italian cabinetry and a chef’s kitchen with walk-in pantry.
The bathrooms include Toto bidets and teak shower floors, taking cues from the relaxing energy of a spa, while the master bedroom enjoys a custom closet. This unit comes with two parking spaces, too.
When the weather is room, one can grill on the rooftop terrace or enjoy the building’s private clubroom and catering kitchen. Westlight also offers residents a heated pool, state-of-the-art fitness center and 24-hour front desk staff.
"It's a beautiful, luxury building in the heart of the West End neighborhood," Washington, D.C.–based real estate agent Courtney Abrams, of TTR Sotheby’s International Realty, is quoted by Realtor.com. "It has one of the nicest pools of any buildings in the city.”
Harris made history when she swore her oath of office, becoming the first female vice president and highest-ranking female official in U.S. history, as well as the first African American and first Asian American vice president.
She moved out of this designer space and into the Blair House, where she and husband Doug Emhoff currently reside. The historic guest house is often used to house foreign dignitaries and other Presidential guests. Following renovations, she and Emhoff will move into the Vice President’s typical home on the grounds of the U.S. Naval Observatory.
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