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After six months on the market and falling prices, Vice President Kamala Harris has finally found a buyer for her home in Washington, DC.

The two-bedroom, two-bathroom condo sold on September 27 for $ 1.85 million, according to the The Wall Street Journal.

Located in the upscale Westlight complex, the unit wasn’t sold until after Harris, 56, slashed the price by $ 145,000 in July.

It was first listed at $ 1,995,000 in April.

The decision to sell her home came three months after she was sworn in as vice president in January and a month after she sold her San Francisco home.

Harris was forced to hire a designer to hook up the furniture in the house after the property sat idle without any offers.

Harris and her husband, Douglas Emhoff, bought the condo for $ 1.775 million in 2017, the same year she was first sworn in as U.S. Senator from California.

The condo is located in the prestigious Westlight complex.
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The lobby of the building.
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A view of the open floor plan.

A view of the open floor plan.


The living room.

The living room.


The chefs' cuisine.

The chef’s cuisine.


The kitchen has a custom made island.

The kitchen has a custom island.


The dining room.
The dining room.
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The heated swimming pool.
The heated swimming pool.
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Spanning over 1,700 square feet, condo features include a den and spa-inspired bathroom with teak shower floors.

The chef’s kitchen comes complete with a custom island, natural gas cooktop, Thermador and Bosch appliances, and a pantry, according to the listing.

The building’s amenities include a private club, a fitness center and a 25-meter heated rooftop swimming pool.

Harris and the second man currently reside at the US Naval Observatory, the usual residence of the Vice Presidents, in Washington, DC.

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