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

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Inside the Washington area?s most expensive homes for sale

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With the help of Rockville-based multiple-listing service Bright MLS, we compiled a list of some of the most expensive houses for sale in the Washington area.

Listings range from $3.99 million to $10.6 million.

Two of the most expensive listings this month are large estates in Virginia — one with 254 acres and the other with 131 acres. The list also includes a historic Georgetown mansion and three mansions constructed within the past three years, each with at least 12,000-square feet of living space.

• 9092 John Mosby Hwy., Upperville, Va.

$10.6 million

Agents: Gloria Ott, TTR Sotheby’s International Realty

Known as Sunnyside Farm, this 254-acre estate has four parcels of land parallel to the village of Upperville. The grounds include a 10-acre lake, pine forests, stacked stone walls, stone barn, spring house and interior roads and paths. Pastures on the property can accommodate hay for horses or be converted into polo fields or a vineyard. The main farmhouse has 4,400-square feet and includes five bedrooms, three bathrooms and eight fireplaces.

• 3110 Chain Bridge Rd. NW, Washington

$5.695 million

Agent: Erich Cabe, Compass

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Built in 1951 and renovated in 2008, this 7,195-square-foot house has five bedrooms, six bathrooms and two fireplaces. The house includes a first-floor master suite, formal and informal entertaining spaces indoors and outside, an office, updated kitchen and lower level in-law or au pair suite with a full kitchen. The property extends from Chain Bridge to Loughboro Road. This house was listed at $5.95 million earlier this year.

• 16720 Ivandale Rd., Hamilton, Va.

$5.495 million

Agent: Abid Rizvi, Forestar Realty

This 131-acre farm in Hamilton can be subdivided into several lots for future development. The mansion on the property, built in 2007, has 12,000 finished square feet with seven bedrooms, 10 bathroom and three fireplaces, including a two-story stone fireplace in the family room. The house has a two-story foyer with a split staircase and arched doorways into most rooms. The grounds include a swimming pool and hot tub, deck and three-car garage.

• 6600 Lybrook Court, Bethesda

$4.995 million

Agents: Marc Fleisher and Michael Kay, TTR Sotheby’s International Realty

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This custom-designed estate, built in 2011, has 12,315 finished square feet with six bedrooms, 10 bathrooms and four fireplaces. The grounds include a swimming pool, terraces and four-car garage. The house includes a two-story foyer, gourmet kitchen, elevator and lower level with a theater, wine cellar, recreation room, game room, exercise room, catering kitchen and guest bedroom.

• 950 Hickory Run Lane, Great Falls, Va.

$4.98 million

Agents: Amen Ashabi and Anna Parsapour of the A-Plus Group at Keller Williams Realty

The estate includes six acres with a swimming pool and four-car garage. The custom-designed mansion, designed and built by the Building Group in 2015, has 12,000-square feet with six bedrooms, eight bathrooms and six fireplaces. The house has a two-story foyer with a split staircase, marble flooring and elaborate moldings. It also has coffered ceilings in several rooms, a large master suite with a dressing room and closets, sitting room and luxurious bathroom. Other features include an elevator, home theater, bar in the lower level and both indoor and outdoor entertaining areas.

• 2166 Dunmore Lane NW, Washington

$4.95 million

Agents: Michael Rankin and Stephanie Okonek, TTR Sotheby’s International Realty

Built in 2009 in Phillips Park off Foxhall Road, this 6,500-square-foot house has six bedrooms, six bathrooms and three fireplaces. Built by Gibson Builders, the stone-and-brick Colonial-style house has extensive millwork and architectural details such as coffered ceilings in several rooms and built-in bookshelves in the kitchen and master bathroom. The grounds include a heated saltwater swimming pool, parking court and two-car garage.

• 9805 Logan Dr., Potomac

$4.5 million

Agent: Ryan Gehris, U.S. Realty

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This 11,870-square-foot house has six bedrooms, 10 bathrooms, three fireplaces and a four-car garage. The house, built in 2014, was designed to be energy efficient and includes five zones of geothermal heating and air conditioning. Other features include two master suites, a home theater, wine cellar, elevator and spa room with a sauna, steam room and soaking tub. The property sits on 1.35 acres with a veranda, stone patio, hot tub, waterfall, outdoor fireplace and outdoor kitchen.

• 3241 R St. NW, Washington

$4.5 million

Agent: Nancy Taylor Bubes, Washington Fine Properties

This historic Georgetown home, built in 1900, has four levels with five bedrooms, five bathrooms and three fireplaces. The single-family house has nearly 5,000 finished square feet with a living room, open dining room and kitchen on the main level that open to a covered patio. The upper level has three bedrooms and the top level has two more bedrooms. The house comes with a private driveway for off-street parking.

• 952 Towlston Rd., McLean

$3.99 million

Agent: Auria Kharazmi, Federated Realty

Built in 2016, this 13,000-square-foot house sits on 2.8 acres and includes six bedrooms, 10 bathrooms, three fireplaces and a four-car garage. The house has an elevator, a large kitchen with professional-grade appliances and a second catering kitchen, a home theater, a spa with both a dry sauna and a steam sauna, a bar, wine cellar and an open lower level designed for large gatherings. The grounds include a deck and patio and have space for both a swimming pool and tennis court.

• 8601 Tebbs Lane, McLean

$3.99 million

Agent: Auria Kharazmi, Federated Realty

This 10,000-square-foot mansion has seven bedrooms, 11 bathrooms, three fireplaces and a four-car garage. Custom built in 2009, the house has a two-story marble foyer, Brazilian hardwood flooring and marble and stone counters and flooring in the kitchen and bathrooms. It also has a media room, exercise room, elevator and sauna. The house sits on 3.5 acres and includes a separate in-law suite or guest space, a flagstone patio and space for a swimming pool.