Inside the most expensive homes for sale in the D.C. region in July
We compiled a list of some of the most expensive homes for sale in the Washington area, using data from Rockville-based multiple-listing service Bright MLS. Listings range from a 2.3-acre Great Falls, Va., estate priced at $3.75 million to a Georgetown mansion priced at $8.5 million.
· 3306 O St. NW, Washington
Agent: Mark McFadden, Compass
This 7,166-square-foot mansion in Georgetown’s West Village, the longtime home of May Flather, the first commissioner of the local Girl Scouts, features a reception hall with French doors to a rear terrace, a formal living room with a fireplace, a sitting room and a formal dining room. The five-bedroom, seven-bathroom house has four fireplaces, a two-car garage and parking for four additional cars. The grounds include gardens, a terrace, a patio and lap pool. The lower level includes a family room with a bar and French doors to the terrace, a den, a bedroom and an exercise room. Annual property taxes are $50,386. The house was previously listed at $13.995 million in February 2018.
· 3327 N St. NW, Washington
Agent: Margaret Heimbold, Long & Foster Real Estate
This 200-year-old Federal-style townhouse in Georgetown’s West Village includes 7,175 square feet of living space with five bedrooms, nine bathrooms and six fireplaces on five floors. An elevator links four of the five floors. The grounds include professionally landscaped gardens, a fishpond, four garages and parking for two additional cars. Inside, the house has crown moldings, hardwood floors and a double parlor on the main level with Egyptian marble mantels over the fireplaces. The master bedroom suite includes two bathrooms, walk-in closets and a private deck. Annual property taxes are $33,725.
· 2728 32nd St. NW, Washington
Agents: Robert Hryniewicki, Adam Rackliffe, Christopher Leary of HRL Partners with Washington Fine Properties
This 8,350-square-foot mansion built in 1933 in Massachusetts Avenue Heights includes six bedrooms, eight bathrooms and seven fireplaces. The grounds of the Norman Tudor-style home include a covered entrance, a motor court, a two-car garage, terraces, landscaped gardens and a swimming pool. The house includes a renovated kitchen, a reception hall with a beamed ceiling, a formal living room, a formal dining room with a fireplace and wood-beamed ceiling, a morning room, a library, a study, a wine cellar, a catering kitchen and more on four levels. Annual property taxes are $43,776. The house previously sold for $5.25 million in August 2016.
This 13,500-square-foot French chateau-style mansion stands on 5.17 acres and was completed this year. The property, purchased in May 2018 for $1.5 million, includes five bedrooms, eight bathrooms, three fireplaces and parking for 14 cars. The contemporary-style interior includes a great room with a 27-foot-high ceiling, four chandeliers and a steel-and-glass staircase; hickory hardwood floors; main- and upper-level master suites; a library with built-in bookcases; four zones of heating and air conditioning; two laundry rooms; and a finished lower level with a billiard room and an exercise room. The house has a terrace with glass railings and a bar and a grill. Buyers can use existing plans to add a swimming pool off the terrace, a bowling alley and a steam shower. Property taxes were $7,772, likely based on a pre-improvement assessment.
· 10800 Lockland Rd., Potomac, Md.
Agent: Hamid Samiy, Long & Foster Real Estate
This gated Potomac estate, built in 2005, sits on a two-acre lot with an indoor swimming pool, an outdoor swimming pool, a tennis court and a five-car garage. The pool house includes a sauna, a music room and a private apartment. Inside, the four-level house has 12,000 square feet, seven bedrooms, 10 bathrooms, five fireplaces, a formal dining room that seats at least 12, an elevator, a fitness room, high ceilings and three zones of heating and air conditioning. Annual property taxes are $30,815. This house was previously listed for sale at $4.3 million in November 2016.
· 10301 Firefly Circle, Fairfax Station, Va.
Agents: Marin Hagen and Sylvia Bergstrom, Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage
Built in 2008, this 15,200-square-foot property, known as Woodley House, sits on a hill on a five-acre lot and includes four bedrooms, eight bathrooms and three fireplaces. The palatial house includes space for entertaining 200 people or more, with a two-story foyer, a parlor, a living room and a dining room. The kitchen has been designed for catering as well as family dining. The main level includes a two-story mahogany library with a trompe l’oeil ceiling, a study, an office, a media room and a master suite wing with more than 2,000 square feet. The lower level includes a second kitchen and a family room. A central courtyard provides outdoor living space along with a patio. The grounds have space for parking approximately 50 cars. Annual property taxes are $26,112.
· 1155 23rd St. NW PH 2E, Washington
Agents: Matt McCormick and Louis Cardenas, TTR Sotheby’s International Realty
This penthouse condo at the Ritz-Carlton Residences has more than 4,000 square feet of living space with three bedrooms and four bathrooms. The condo has three terraces that overlook the city and the Ritz-Carlton courtyard. Both the living room and dining room include walls of windows and glass doors to a terrace. The open floor plan includes an upgraded kitchen, a breakfast bar and a center island with a family room and breakfast room on either side. The condo also has a catering kitchen with a wine refrigerator, a library with a built-in desk and a sunroom. Two garage parking spaces are included with the condo. Annual property taxes are $27,134 and the monthly condo fee is $5,017.
· 8119 Spring Hill Farm Dr., McLean, Va.
Agents: Jennifer Thornett and Micah Corder, Washington Fine Properties
This McLean mansion built in 2008 has more than 9,200 square feet of living space on three levels. The grounds include a screened porch, a swimming pool, an outdoor kitchen, a sport court, a fountain, lawns, patios and a three-car garage. Inside, the house has seven bedrooms, nine bathrooms and six fireplaces. A formal living room with a fireplace, a library with mahogany walls and built-in bookcases, a formal dining room and an open kitchen and breakfast area with a fireplace provide entertaining space on the main level. The lower level has a wine room, a bar, an exercise room and a guest room with a full bathroom. Annual property taxes are $33,783.
· 10306 Elizabeth St., Great Falls, Va.
Agent: Art Lickunas, Keller Williams Realty Dulles
This Great Falls mansion built in 2009 has approximately 14,600 square feet and sits on a gated 2.3-acre property. The seven-bedroom, nine-bathroom house has three levels of living space and elaborate details such as inlaid marble and wood floors, coffered ceilings, columns, wrought-iron railings, five fireplaces and a dramatic two-story foyer with marble flooring and two curved staircases. Upstairs, the master suite includes a sitting room with columns on either side of the arched entrance and a fireplace. The lower level has a recreation room with a curved wall of windows, a fireplace, a wet bar and an adjacent home theater. The property has a large deck, four zones of heating and air conditioning, two steam showers and a four-car garage. Buyers can add an elevator to the existing elevator shaft. Annual property taxes are $31,923.