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 $2.85 million for a Watergate apartment in Northwest Washington to $5.2 million for a penthouse at Turnberry Tower in Rosslyn, Va.
• 1881 N. Nash St. #TS01, Arlington, Va.
Agents: Marilyn Charity and Nancy Itteilag, Washington Fine Properties
This penthouse at Turnberry Tower has been renovated into a modern-style condo by architect Salo Levinas. The 4,447-square-foot condo has three bedrooms, five bathrooms and two large terraces with views of the Potomac River, the National Cathedral and Georgetown. Building amenities include a swimming pool and hot tub, a fitness center and concierge services. This unit was previously listed at $6,999,999 in March 2017. Annual taxes are $45,816 and the monthly condo fee is $3,481.
• 7020 Benjamin St., McLean, Va.
Agent: Janet Gresh, Keller Williams Realty
Built in 2006, this Georgian-style home sits on one acre in Langley Forest in McLean. The 12,000-square-foot house includes eight bedrooms, nine bathrooms and three fireplaces on four levels. Formal spaces on the main level include a rotunda entry with a crystal chandelier, a living room, a dining room and study with cherry-paneled walls. Upstairs, the master bedroom suite includes a two-sided fireplace and a sitting room. The lower has a recreation room, a home theater, a gym and an au pair or in-law suite. Annual taxes are $43,495.
• 39881 Snickersville Pike, Middleburg, Va.
Agent: Paul MacMahon, Sheridan-MacMahon Ltd.
This Middleburg estate, known as Spring Glade, rests on nearly 80 acres with a lake, a spring-fed pond and park-like grounds. The French country-style house has nearly 10,000 square feet with four bedrooms, seven bathrooms, five fireplaces and a flagstone porch, stone-walled patios, a courtyard and a swimming pool. The grounds include a guest house with three bedrooms, two bathrooms, a garage and a studio apartment. The property sold for $3 million in August 2017 and was renovated. Annual taxes are $24,642.
• 21524 Whites Ferry Rd., Poolesville, Md.
Agent: Cindy Souza, Long & Foster Real Estate
Known as East Oaks, this Poolesville estate includes 156 acres with the possibility of six subdivisions. Built in 1829, the main house includes historic details such as original moldings, floors, doors and mantels. The property includes a two-bedroom guest house, a swimming pool, a gazebo and two additional small houses. The working farm, originally part of a 3,000-acre plantation called Killmain, today has two barns with a total of 18 stalls, an indoor riding ring, a brick smokehouse, another small barn and a machinery shed. Several acres have been cultivated for produce and raising chickens. Annual taxes are $9,643.
• 1626 29th St. NW, Washington
Agents: Jonathan Taylor and Maxwell Rabin, TTR Sotheby’s International Realty
Built in 1900, this Queen Anne Victorian-style house in the East Village of Georgetown includes a new addition with a kitchen and family room that open to a garden. The main level also has a formal living room and formal dining room. The 3,761-square-foot house has four bedrooms, four bathrooms and four fireplaces, including one in the expanded and renovated master suite on the second floor. The upper level includes a skylight, two bedrooms, a full bathroom and a laundry room. The finished lower level has a recreation room, exercise room, powder room and storage. The property has both side and rear gardens. This house was initially listed at $3.35 million. Annual taxes are $20,582.
• 1001 Murphy Dr., Great Falls, Va.
Agent: Dianne Van Volkenburg, Long & Foster Real Estate
This Great Falls mansion, built in the 1900s, sits on more than seven acres. The property can be subdivided into two or possibly three lots. The 9,897-square-foot house includes six bedrooms, 10 bathrooms and four fireplaces. Each bedroom has a private full bathroom. The main level has large formal rooms for entertaining. The family room has floor-to-ceiling windows and French doors that lead to one of the property’s terraces. Annual taxes are $21,359.
• 432 New Jersey Ave. SE, Washington
Agents: Gary Jankowski and Michael Schaeffer, Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage
This Capitol Hill townhouse, located within walking distance of the Capitol, House office buildings and Metro, currently has 2,811 square feet with four bedrooms and four bathrooms. The owner is selling the property with architectural plans to expand the property into 4,600 square feet of living space with various floor plan options as well as building approvals in place. A buyer can customize the renovations. The 30-foot-wide lot has a driveway and a separate garage. Annual property taxes are $11,193.
• 5150 Klingle Ave. NW, Washington
Agent: Nancy Taylor Bubes, Washington Fine Properties
Built in 2003, this house in the Kent neighborhood in Northwest includes seven bedrooms, six bathrooms and four fireplaces. The 6,784-square-foot house has hardwood floors, high ceilings and mullioned windows. The finished lower level includes a guest bedroom and full bathroom, an exercise room and a mudroom. The grounds include a swimming pool and jacuzzi, a garden, a patio and a two-car garage. Annual taxes are $20,520.
• 2700 Virginia Ave. NW, #902/903, Washington
Agent: Gigi Winston, Winston Real Estate
This unit in the Watergate sits on one of the building’s architectural points which means that most rooms have floor-to-ceiling windows with views of the Potomac River and Key Bridge. The 3,170-square-foot apartment has two bedrooms, three bathrooms, a living room, a dining room, an eat-in kitchen and a catering kitchen, as well as a large library paneled in mahogany with space for a piano. The apartment comes with two garage parking spaces. The $3,377 monthly fee includes all utilities and access to the outdoor swimming pool. This property was listed at $2.75 million in December and the price was raised in January to $2.85 million.