With the help of Rockville-based multiple-listing service MRIS, we compiled a list of some of the most expensive houses for sale in the Washington area.
This month, the most expensive new listings include a vineyard, an equestrian property, two modern penthouse condos and a classic Georgetown home built in 1805.
• 14727 Mountain Rd., Purcellville, Va.
Agent: Isabelle Truchon, Keller Williams Realty
This Loudoun County vineyard and winery estate encompasses 413 acres, including 23 acres of vines, with a potential for an additional 100 plantable acres. The estate includes a tasting room and winery facility, a five-bedroom manor house built in 1840, a large-event gazebo, a pole barn, a refrigerated storage room, a caretaker’s home and stables. Short Hill mountain is part of the property along with a large pond, four smaller ponds and multiple creeks. The tasting room, patios and terraces add up to 6,400 square feet. The winery currently produces 4,000 cases per year and is equipped to produce 6,000 cases.
• 3303 Water St. NW #8H, Washington
Agent: Jonnie Jamison, J2 Real Estate
This Georgetown condo has approximately 2,891 square feet plus a 1,400 square foot riverfront terrace. The penthouse home has water views from floor-to-ceiling windows with mechanical shades, a custom-installed sound system and custom built-in features. The condo has three bedrooms, three bathrooms and a den. The kitchen has upgraded appliances and the bathrooms have Italian marble flooring. The condo comes with two garage parking spaces, two storage spaces, concierge services, a doorman, a fitness center and a swimming pool.
• 21953 Willisville Rd., Upperville, Va.
Agent: Scott Bush, Century 21 New Millennium
Tempi Creek Farm rests on 53 acres and includes a custom-built home with five bedrooms, seven bathrooms, a sunroom, a fireplace, wood stoves, a wet bar and an upgraded kitchen with two islands and a copper farmhouse sink. The home has a three-car garage. The property includes a seven-stall barn with an attached Olympic-size covered arena, a covered equestrian exercise area, 12 paddocks, a round pen and an outdoor arena.
• 3714 University Ave. NW, Washington
Agent: Marc Fleisher, TTR Sotheby’s International Realty
Originally builder Jim Gibson’s personal residence, this Spring Valley home has more than 7,100 square feet on three finished levels. The house has five bedrooms, six bathrooms, three fireplaces, a home theater, an exercise room, a screened porch and a deck. Two building lots were combined for this home, which has an extensive garden and yard.
• 7805 Meritage Lane, McLean, Va.
Agent: Anne DiBenedetto, Washington Fine Properties
This mansion in the Reserve community in McLean, built in 2006 by Adrian Edwards, has more than 13,000 finished square feet on three levels. The home has wide-plank Brazilian cherry floors, floor-to-ceiling windows, six fireplaces and French doors throughout. The house has a total of seven bedrooms and 10 bathrooms, plus a deck and a four-car garage.
• 4841 Foxhall Crescent NW, Washington
Agent: Hans Wydler, Wydler Brothers
This three-level home has more than 5,700 square feet and rests on two lots within the Foxhall Crescent community. The second lot features a swimming pool and patio. The house has five bedrooms, five bathrooms, five fireplaces, oversized rooms for entertaining and a deck overlooking the pool. The master bedroom has a fireplace, two walk-in closets and a marble bathroom with a whirlpool tub and a separate shower.
• 5610 Wisconsin Ave., PH 19D, Chevy Chase, Md.
Agents: Marc Fleisher and Michael Kay, TTR Sotheby’s International Realty
The penthouse condo in Somerset House has 3,200 square feet, two bedrooms, a den and three bathrooms. The unit has floor-to-ceiling windows and a wraparound terrace and comes with two garage parking spaces. Building amenities include a doorman, concierge services, a heated indoor/outdoor swimming pool and a health club.
• 7024 Mountain Gate Dr., Bethesda, Md.
Agents: Adaline Neely and Kari Dainty, Washington Fine Properties
This custom-built Georgian-style home includes four levels and approximately 7,900 square feet. The home has five bedrooms, eight bathrooms, 10-foot-high ceilings, an elevator, three fireplaces and a screened porch. The lower level has a guest suite and walks out to a swimming pool. The home also has a three-car garage.
• 10222 Falls Rd., Potomac, Md.
Agent: Wendy Banner, Long & Foster
Built in 2007, this custom-designed home rests on a gated property near Potomac Village. The house has 10,200 finished square feet with seven bedrooms, nine bathrooms, four fireplaces and a three-car garage. Some of the house’s features include marble and Brazilian wood floors, a main-level master suite with two marble bathrooms and a lower level with a wine cellar, a sauna, a home theater and a recreation room.
• 1309 35th NW, Washington
Agents: Judi Cochran and Edina Morse, Long & Foster Real Estate
This historic home, built in 1805 and fully restored, has three bedrooms, five bathrooms, three fireplaces and a porch off the master bedroom. Walkways connect the main house with a separate two-story carriage house with a bedroom, two bathrooms, an office, a kitchen and a great room. The combined buildings have more than 5,000 square feet, plus a cobblestone courtyard and off-street parking for two cars.