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Inside the D.C. area’s most expensive homes for sale in September

Inside the Washington area's most expensive homes for sale

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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 $5.7 million for a penthouse overlooking the Potomac River on the Georgetown waterfront to $19.75 million for Cleremont Farm in Upperville, which includes six houses.

20854 Trappe Rd., Upperville, Va.

$19.75 million

Agent: John Coles, Thomas and Talbot Real Estate

Cleremont Farm, a 1,511-acre estate, includes three contiguous farms with pastures, forests, fields, springs and ponds with views of the Blue Ridge Mountains. The property includes a guesthouse built in 1760, a manor house built in 1820, a second Georgian-style manor house built in 1993 and three tenant houses. The grounds include gardens and orchards as well as a swimming pool. The property is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

2509 Foxhall Rd. NW, Washington

$16 million

Agents: Chris Itteilag and Nancy Itteilag, Washington Fine Properties

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This 11,242-square-foot house, designed by GTM Architects and constructed by Gibson Builders in 2010, served as the DC Design House fundraiser for Children’s National Medical System in 2016. The five-story mansion has seven bedrooms, 10 bathrooms, two kitchens, five fireplaces, an elevator, a sauna, a wine cellar and an infinity pool on a 0.75-acre lot. This house was previously listed for sale at $10.8 million in late 2016. Annual property taxes are estimated at $60,519.

33542 Newstead Lane, Upperville, Va.

$13.5 million

Agent: Kathryn Harrell and Debbie Meighan, Washington Fine Properties

Newstead Farm, a 350-acre equestrian property that was home to the 1980 Kentucky Derby winner Genuine Risk, includes barns, a sand ring and a grand prix field for horses. The grounds feature formal gardens, a heated pool with mountain views, koi ponds, stone walls, a pond with a waterfall and a stone bridge, as well as an office and guest and tenant houses. The main house, which was built in 1830, has 15,000 square feet of living space with six bedrooms, eight bathrooms and eight fireplaces. Annual property taxes are $52,485.

2815 Woodland Dr. NW, Washington

$9.5 million

Agent: Marilyn Charity, Washington Fine Properties

Built in 2010, this contemporary home in Massachusetts Avenue Heights was designed by Marshall Moya and sits on a nearly half-acre lot overlooking Rock Creek Park within walking distance of the Cleveland Park Metro station. The house has four bedrooms and seven bathrooms and views of the park from the great room, which has 20-foot-high ceilings. The house has slate floors, an elevator, five fireplaces, a whole-house media system, a media room, a wine room, an exercise room, a sauna, a swimming pool, five terraces and an eight-car garage. The house has been previously listed at $13.5 million and was listed at $10.75 million in December 2017. Annual property taxes are $48,551.

8334 Alvord St., McLean


Agent: Daniel Heider and Justin DiFranco, TTR Sotheby’s International Realty

This French Provincial-style mansion, built in 2008, sits on 1.2 acres of manicured grounds with gardens, fountains, terraces, a swimming pool with fountains, and an outdoor pavilion with a bar and kitchen for entertaining. The house includes six bedrooms, 11 bathrooms and seven fireplaces. The two-story foyer has marble flooring and a gallery overlook from the second level. The master suite includes a private balcony overlooking the pool. The lower level has a home theater and a bar. Annual property taxes are $30,777.

1314 28th St. NW, Washington

$5.95 million

Agent: Jean Hanan, Washington Fine Properties

Built in 1801, this Federal-style Georgetown house was purchased in June 2017 for $4.6 million and has been fully renovated. The grounds include terraces, a fountain, a garden with a lawn, parking for three cars and an easement to add a swimming pool. Inside, the house has 5,127 square feet with five bedrooms, seven bathrooms, a sunroom, a balcony off the living room, a library with a beamed ceiling, six fireplaces, heated floors in the bathrooms and an au pair or in-law suite with a separate entrance. Annual taxes are $28,364.

696 Bucks Lane, Great Falls

$5.9 million

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Agent: Penny Yerks, Washington Fine Properties

This gated Great Falls estate, built in 2000, sits on five acres with landscaped grounds and gardens, a patio, an outdoor fireplace and a swimming pool. Inside, the French Provincial-style house has nearly 13,000 square feet with five bedrooms, eight bathrooms and seven fireplaces. The main level includes formal rooms for entertaining and a library with a coffered ceiling and a built-in desk. The lower level includes a recreation room with a bar and kitchenette, a billiard room, a fitness room, and a guest bedroom and bathroom. Annual property taxes are $28,275.

2900 K St. NW #607, Washington

$5.7 million

Agent: Ghada Barakat, Long & Foster Real Estate

This two-level penthouse in the Residences at Harbourside in Georgetown has two terraces, each with 700 square feet and views of the Potomac River, the Kennedy Center and Washington. The condo has more than 5,000 square feet, with four bedrooms, six bathrooms, four fireplaces, a kitchen and breakfast area open to a family room, and a large living room and dining room. The second level has an office, a fitness area and a second family room, along with a bedroom and bathroom. The condo comes with three parking spaces in the garage. This condo was listed at $5.9 million in August 2017. Annual property taxes are $35,444.