Vice President Kamala Harris is Selling Her Washington, D.C. Condo For $1.9 Million

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Mary Elizabeth Andriotis
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Photo credit: ROBYN BECK - Getty Images
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Vice President Kamala Harris is making real estate moves left and right, as of late—she just sold her San Francisco condo last month after 10 days of it being on the market, and this week, she finally moved into the newly renovated Vice President’s Residence, after residing in the President’s Guest House (AKA Blair House) since Inauguration Day. Now, you, too, can live like Kamala, given that she’s selling her Washington, D.C. condo for a cool $1.995 million.

Back in 2017, Harris purchased the property—which is part of the Westlight condominium complex—for $1.775 million, according to the Wall Street Journal. The 1,731-square-foot condo boasts two bedrooms, two bathrooms, natural oak hardwood floors, custom closets and Italian cabinets, and a spa-inspired bathroom, according to the listing. The building also features a private fitness center and heated rooftop pool.

Photo credit: The Washington Post - Getty Images
Photo credit: The Washington Post - Getty Images

As Mansion Global reported earlier this year, residents of Westlight received a notice from the building’s management shortly after the November 4th election last year, to notify them of amped-up security measures (given that one of their residents was on her way to becoming the Vice President of the United States). One of the safety precautions declares that, before residents can enter the garage, they “need to turn off their vehicles and allow a K9 to make a sweep around it,” while another states that “concrete barricades would be placed around the intersection outside the building.”

Additionally, several Secret Service agents would be present in the lobby at all times, all packages delivered by major mail services would have to be swept by a K9 prior to entering the building, and, if there was inclement weather, there would be a tent in place next to the garage entrance, to shelter members of the Secret Service. Suffice it to say, we’re willing to bet that other Westlight residents are happy to see these understandably strict security measures go!

Let’s hope this apartment will sell as quickly—and be as profitable—as Vice President Harris’s San Francisco condo—which she purchased for $489,000 in 2004, and sold for $799,000 last month.

Interested in making an offer on this modern pad in the heart of Washington, D.C.? The listing, which is held by Lois M. Watts-Venners and EastBanc Marketing, LLC, can be found here.

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