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 homes for sale in the Washington area.

Listings range from $3.99 million to $7.9 million. One of the most expensive new listings this month is a somewhat notorious 25,000-square-foot-house on Summit Drive in Fairfax, which has had its price reduced since it didn’t sell at an auction in June.

• 2230 Massachusetts Ave. NW, Washington

$7.9 million

Agents: John Adler and Richard Newton, Washington Fine Properties

Built in 1908, this Beaux-Arts townhouse on Embassy Row in Kalorama was designed by George Totten. The townhouse was sold in 2015 for $3.1 million and has been renovated and restored by architect Christian Zapatka and builder John McAlpine. The townhouse has five levels with approximately 9,500 square feet, five bedrooms, eight bathrooms and eight fireplaces.

• 15325 Masonwood Dr., Gaithersburg, Md.

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$7 million

Agent: Corey Burr, TTR Sotheby’s International Realty

This three-level house, built in 2004, has more than 18,000 finished square feet with eight bedrooms and 13 bathrooms. The private gated estate has more than 34 acres and includes a nine-hole golf course, a swimming pool, a sport court, an outdoor kitchen, stone terraces and a six-car garage. The house has a wine cellar, a fitness center, a ballroom, four fireplaces and multiple zones of heating and air conditioning. The property was listed for sale previously at $8 million.

 2718 32nd St. NW, Washington

$5.995 million

Agent: Margot Wilson, Washington Fine Properties

The Tudor-style house in Massachusetts Avenue Heights has a garden with a swimming pool and views of Normanstone Park. The five-bedroom house, built in 1925, has nine bathrooms, five fireplaces, a large kitchen and family room with walls of windows and 10-foot-high ceilings, a nanny suite, a formal living room and a formal dining room. The house was previously listed at $6.995 million.

 2900 K St. NW, #PH607, Washington

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$5.9 million

Agents: Nancy Itteilag and Chris Itteilag, Washington Fire Properties

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.

• 2002 Massachusetts Ave. NW, #2A, Washington

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$5.5 million

Agent: Hans Wydler, Wydler Brothers

Built in 2015, this two-level condo includes a dramatic carved iron railing for the staircase and exposed ductwork in the modern open floor plan. A private elevator opens directly into the unit, which has four balconies with views of the city. Located near Dupont Circle, the condo has 5,400 square feet with four bedrooms, five bathrooms, a sleek stainless-steel kitchen and floor-to-ceiling windows. Three garage parking spaces are included with the condo.

• 929 Leigh Mill Rd., Great Falls, Va.

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$4.95 million

Agent: Bay Buchanan, McEnearney Associates

This English manor, which sits on five acres, has nearly 14,000 square feet. The one-level house, built in 2004, includes extensive details and millwork, a copper roof, 11-foot-tall windows, 18-foot-high ceilings, a sunroom with a skylight, a custom-designed bar, a wine cellar, six fireplaces and a replica of a 19th-century tin ceiling in the kitchen. The grounds include a swimming pool and a four-car garage. In 2015, this property was listed for $6.5 million.

• 2807 Chesterfield Pl. NW, Washington

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$4.95 million

Agents: Dara Gilman and Ron Mangas, TTR Sotheby’s International Realty

Built in 2005 by Travis Price, this contemporary style house with walls of glass blends with the surrounding Rock Creek Park. The house rests on a private cul-de-sac in Forest Hills and includes approximately 10,000 square feet on four levels that are wrapped in windows and terraces. The five-bedroom, six-bathroom house has three fireplaces and an elevator.

• 5335 Summit Dr., Fairfax, Va.

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$4.9 million

Agent: Fouad Talout, Long & Foster Real Estate

This house, built by mortgage broker and entertainment mogul Vijay Taneja before he was convicted of mortgage fraud, includes 25,000 square feet of living space in a private gated estate with nearly 3.5 acres including tennis courts, a koi pond, a marble-floored meditation room, an indoor swimming pool with a retractable roof, an indoor squash court, a ballroom, a theater with a stage and a spa with a sauna, steam room and hot tub. The property has eight bedrooms, 12 bathrooms, a stone staircase, a sunroom, two elevators, a mahogany library and garages for five cars. The house was listed for $6.995 million in March and was put up for auction in June.

• 1726 Hoban Rd. NW, Washington

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$4.15 million

Agents: Robert Hryniewicki, Adam Rackliffe and Chris Leary with HRL Partners with Washington Fine Properties

Built in 1935 and recently renovated, this four-level house off Foxhall Road has nearly 7,000 square feet with six fireplaces, six bedrooms and seven bathrooms. The house has hardwood flooring, a family room with a coffered ceiling, French doors and transoms. It also has professional-grade appliances in the kitchen and a master suite with a fireplace, a marble bathroom, custom-designed closets and a terrace. The grounds include a garden with a fountain, a fireplace and a barbecue.

• 3125 Chain Bridge Rd. NW, Washington

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$3.99 million

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Agents: Robert Hryniewicki, Adam Rackliffe and Chris Leary with HRL Partners with Washington Fine Properties

This contemporary style house sits on more than a half-acre adjacent to Battery Kemble Park, with a private garden, a swimming pool and a tennis court. The U-shaped property, built in 1941, includes floor-to-ceiling windows framing views of the pool, trees and lawn. The house has almost 8,000 square feet of living space with seven bedrooms, eight bathrooms, five fireplaces, a library, family rooms on the main and lower levels and a three-car garage.

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