Wondering what has popped up on the high end market in the past week? The folks at StreetEasy let us know what grandiose mansions and crazy condos hit the market this week asking the highest prices. We adjusted the list when we found out about this place. We'll post #6-10 tomorrow, but for now, check out this week's most expensive five new listings below.
#1: 2167 Dunmore Lane NW
Square Feet: 8,265
For more on this exorbitant and brand spanking new home, refer to our post earlier today.
#2: 4920 Indian Lane NW
Square Feet: 4,770
This colonial style home in Spring Valley may not look like much in terms of decoration at the moment, but it's sitting on 1/3 of an acre of beautifully landscaped property which is just about unheard of in much of D.C.
#3: 1155 23rd Street NW #6E
Square Feet: 3,096
This West End space is the most expensive condo that's been listed this week. To be fair, how many bathrooms have you ever seen that have plaster friezes next to the tub. Seriously, though, that frieze is kind of creepy. However, the dining room and the office have enviable views of the city and intricately framed art abounds throughout the abode.
#4: 2130 Bancroft Place NW
Square Feet: 2,700
Yes, D.C., townhouses can be as expensive as the houses with ample yard space, especially when they somehow come with a garage. There's a fireplace in the bedroom and the main living area opens up into a stone terrace with a water feature. Also, can we point out the separated mini bar housing martini glasses and champagne flutes?
#5: 4727 Berkeley Terrace NW
Square Feet: 3,619
Any number of swanky homes in Northwest have swimming pools, but how many are there with Roman looking columns next to the pool? There are also columns inside the entryway to this grandiose Phillips Park house, so at least we know there's a thematic element.