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Inside the D.C. area's most expensive homes for sale

Posted on Dec 01,2017
Filed Under News , Community,

By Michele Lerner

WASHINGTON, DC. - Using data from Rockville-based multiple-listing service Bright MLS, we compiled a list of some of the most expensive houses for sale in the Washington area. Listings range from $4.95 million to $7.495 million and include five renovated older estates in the District and a historic Old Town Alexandria residence.

• 1901 24th St. NW, Washington

$7.495 million

Agents: Patrick Chauvin and Brad House, Compass

The Kalorama house has been renovated by Ferguson and Shamamian, a New York City architecture firm. The house, built in 1926, has nearly 7,000 finished square feet on four levels with five bedrooms, nine bathrooms, two fireplaces and large rooms for entertaining with high ceilings, elaborate woodwork and custom-designed fixtures. The kitchen includes commercial-level appliances. The exterior has a two-car garage and a flagstone terrace. Annual property taxes are $49,505. This house was previously listed in February at $7.9 million.

• 3120 Woodland Dr. NW, Washington

$5.999 million

Agent: Daniel Hynes, Compass

Built in 1928, this Georgian-style estate in Massachusetts Avenue Heights has more than 10,000 finished square feet on four levels. The house has six bedrooms, seven bathrooms, three wood-burning fireplaces, cathedral ceilings, a wine cellar and embassy-size entertaining rooms. The one-half-acre grounds include several terraces and a heated swimming pool and spa. Annual property taxes are $62,017.

• 6205 Kennedy Dr., Chevy Chase, Md.

$5.95 million

Agents: Corey Burr and Marc Fleisher, TTR Sotheby’s International Realty

This Colonial-style home, built in 2009 in the Kenwood community of Chevy Chase, Md., was designed by GTM Architects and constructed by Sandy Spring Builders. The house has more than 9,200 finished square feet and backs to parkland visible from the covered rear porch, a deck off the family room and a deck off the master bedroom. The residence has six bedrooms, eight bathrooms, four fireplaces, high ceilings, a center-island kitchen connected to the breakfast room and family room, formal living and dining rooms and a master suite with a paneled library and his-and-hers bathrooms. Annual property taxes are $42,424.

• 2942 Ordway St. NW, Washington

$5.795 million

Agent: Nancy Taylor Bubes, Washington Fine Properties

Built in 1912, this Cleveland Park Colonial-style home was purchased in August 2016 for $2.85 million and completely remodeled. The four-level house has seven bedrooms, eight bathrooms, an elevator, two fireplaces, high ceilings, hardwood flooring, recessed lighting, a sunroom, an open center island kitchen and large windows. The property has a two-car garage, terraces and a deck off the master bedroom. Annual property taxes are $26,767.

• 2308 Wyoming Ave. NW, Washington

$5.75 million

Agent: Michael Rankin, TTR Sotheby’s International Realty

The 7,132-square-foot Kalorama residence includes moldings, tray ceilings, columns and classical architecture and has been updated with modern amenities.  Built in 1917, the house has six bedrooms, six bathrooms, five fireplaces, high ceilings, an in-law suite and an upgraded kitchen and family room overlooking the lap pool in the back yard. This house was listed for sale in February at $6.1 million. Annual property taxes are $32,847.

Source Washington Post

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