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Take a Look Inside This Week's Most Expensive D.C. Homes

In the past seven days, the homes that have landed on the Washington, D.C. market have varied from the swanky to the whimsical to the historic. For those interested in seeing what kinds of homes multimillionaires and billionaires are keeping their eyes on, Curbed compiled the top five most expensive listings that landed on the market this past week. Any listings that were selling vacant plots of land as opposed to homes were left out. In each of these homes, you can expect open floor plans, recessed lighting, and built-ins throughout along with highlights like pools, saunas, and wine cellars.


Address: 2615 30th Street NW
Price: $5,950,000
Size: 5-bed, 7-bath, 6,475-square-foot single-family home
The Skinny: The most expensive listing that landed on the market in the past seven days was this four-story Massachusetts Avenue Heights single-family home. Along with crown molding and wainscoting, you can find other design highlights in this abode like built-ins and recessed lighting. For those who need to relax after signing a massive check for this massive listing, you can take a break in the pool or the spa.


Address: 4940 Lowell Street NW
Price: $3,995,000
Size: 7-bed, 6-bath, 3,240-square-foot single-family home
The Skinny: The last time this Kent single-family home was sold was in August 2014 for $1.9 million. It was later renovated and expanded with the original open floor plan reconfigured. Some of the most unique features in this listing include its coffered and vaulted ceilings.


Address: 3843 Macomb Street NW
Price: $2,499,900
Size: 6-bed, 4.5-bath, 4,473-square-foot single-family home
The Skinny: Talk about wow factor. Once you step inside this Cleveland Park abode, you're met with paneled ceilings illuminated by LED lights. Throughout the listing, LED lights can also be found under kitchen cabinetry and in built-in bookshelves. Inside, you can also find a wine cellar, sauna, and three fireplaces. The single-family home was last sold in May 2015 for $1.42 million and was renovated by Washington, D.C.-based development and investment firm Realington.


Address: 1313 28th Street NW
Price: $2,295,000
Size: 4-bed, 3.5-bath, 3,610-square-foot single-family home
The Skinny: There can't be a top five most expensive list without a home from Georgetown. This three-story single-family home is "full of pleasant surprises," according to the listing, like a built-in garage and what the listing describes as a "garden-centric orientation."


Address: 119 5th Street NE
Price: $1,999,000
Size: 6-bed, 3.5-bath, 1,394-square-foot townhome
The Skinny: Last on our list is this Capitol Hill townhome, which was built in c. 1900 and totally renovated with recessed lighting and stainless steel appliances. There are multiple fireplaces inside as well as an atrium off the kitchen and an in-law suite in the basement.

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