Inside the Washington area?s most expensive homes for sale

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With the help of Rockville-based multiple-listing service MRIS, a Bright MLS company, 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 four houses in Georgetown’s East Village, three Kalorama mansions, two Potomac estates and a sleek Georgetown waterfront condo overlooking Key Bridge.

• 3053 P St. NW, Washington

$8.95 million

Agents: Ellen Morell and Veronica Seva-Gonzalez, Compass

This single-family house in Georgetown’s East Village sits on a corner lot and includes a one-car garage. Built in 1875, the house has four levels with almost 9,000 finished square feet, five fireplaces, nine bedrooms and 11 bathrooms. The house has ceiling heights of approximately 13 feet, a formal living room, formal dining room, parlor, kitchen, breakfast room, family room and library on the first floor, plus a finished lower level for staff with a separate entrance. The grounds include a swimming pool, landscaped gardens and terraces.

• 10111 Iron Gate Rd., Potomac

$7.995 million

Agent: Marc Fleisher, TTR Sotheby’s International Realty

Built in 1991 and renovated and expanded in 2006, this Potomac estate has more than 15,000 finished square feet on three levels and sits on a two-acre lot. The grounds include a swimming pool, an outdoor kitchen, lawns, terraces and a five-car garage. Inside are seven bedrooms, 12 bathrooms, a bowling alley, a movie theater with an adjacent bar, a solarium, a library, a kitchen with an adjacent breakfast room and a 100-foot-long gallery that connects multiple rooms and has skylights overhead and floor-to-ceiling windows.

• 1901 24th St. NW, Washington

$7.9 million

Agents: Brad House and Patrick Chauvin, 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. There is a two-car garage and a flagstone terrace.

• 1403 30th St. NW, Washington

$7.5 million

Agent: Michael Rankin, TTR Sotheby’s International Realty

The house in Georgetown’s East Village sits on a hill, giving natural light an unobstructed path to the home’s interior. The house has a roof deck with monument views, a rear garden enclosed by brick walls with a fountain and parking for three cars in a driveway. The four-level house, built in 1865 and renovated in 2014, has approximately 6,000 finished square feet with four fireplaces, five bedrooms, seven bathrooms and large living and dining rooms, each with 10-foot-high ceilings.

• 3303 Water St. NW, #8F, Washington

$7.395 million

Agent: Maggie Rhodes, TTR Sotheby’s International Realty

This newly renovated corner penthouse unit, built in 2004, has approximately 4,000 finished square feet on two levels, plus a 3,200-square-foot private roof terrace. The unit and the terrace have views of the Potomac River, Key Bridge, the Arlington skyline and the C&O Canal. The condo has three bedrooms and four bathrooms and comes with three garage parking spaces, concierge services, a doorman, a fitness center and a swimming pool.

• 2715 N St. NW, Washington

$6.795 million

Agent: Shahab Nasrin, TTR Sotheby’s International Realty

Built in 1810, this three-level Georgetown house has been renovated and is available for the first time since 1907. The East Village house, located close to Rose Park and M Street, has seven bedrooms, eight bathrooms, a fireplace and an elevator. The 5,250-square-foot house has a wine cellar in the lower level and an upgraded kitchen with marble counters, stainless-steel appliances and a pantry.

• 2308 Wyoming Ave. NW, Washington

$6.1 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.

• 2329 California St. NW, Washington

$5.85 million

Agent: Michael Rankin, TTR Sotheby’s International Realty

This 7,240-square-foot, four-level Kalorama house has been updated and includes an elevator, hardwood flooring, 11-foot-high ceiling, an upgraded kitchen with a two-level center island, a screened-in porch and arched doorways and windows. Built in 1919, the house has six bedrooms, seven bathrooms and two fireplaces. The grounds include a swimming pool, a flagstone terrace and several gardens.

• 1525 29th St. NW, Washington

$5.6 million

Agent: Jamie Peva, Washington Fine Properties

Built in 1964, this Federal-style single-family house in the East Village of Georgetown has four levels with six bedrooms, six bathrooms and parking for four cars. The grounds include a swimming pool and a garden with an outdoor kitchen. The master bedroom has a balcony and the upper level has three bedrooms, two sitting rooms and two bathrooms. The lower level has a family room with a bar, a second kitchen, a wine cellar and an exercise room.