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Poll: What Was the Most Beautiful D.C. Area Home of 2015?

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The new year is just around the corner, and it's time to take a look back at what listings were the most stunning eye candy to land on the market. Below, you will find 12 abodes reported by Curbed this year as well as three others that are worth mentioning, each listed in no particular order. If interested in learning more about each listing, a link to each one's respective article has been provided. You can also see which listings were truly the most glorious in 2014 here. Was there any listing you think should have been included? Let us know in the comments!

↑ 1. Massive McLean Manse Comes with a Heated Pool, Asks $5.9M

↑ 2. Take a Look Inside This Week's Most Expensive D.C. Homes

↑ 3. Ritzy D.C. Townhouse Piles on the Luxury, Asks $10M

↑ 4. McLean Manse Inspired by France's Chateau de Chambord

↑ 5. $1.35M Cabin John Abode Sticks Out Like a Sore Orange Thumb

↑ 6. Stained Glass Skylights Adorn This $4M Arlington Abode

↑ 7. Intensely Extravagant McLean Abode Offers Spa, Asks $8.9M

↑ 8. The Most Beautiful Burleith Backyard You Can Buy in Washington, D.C.

↑ 9. The Most Beautiful Kent Backyard You Can Buy in Washington, D.C.

↑ 10. Patrick Bateman-esque Penthouse Asking $2.5M in Georgetown

↑ 11. $22M Forest Hills Estate Ties for Most Expensive D.C. Listing

↑ 12. Kalorama Home with a 'Commanding Presence' Drops to $7.7M

↑ 13. Bonkers $16.5M Embassy Row Mansion Is Second-Priciest In Washington, D.C.

↑ 14. 96 Photos of the Eighth Annual D.C. Design House Showcase

↑ 15. Take a Look Inside Washington, D.C.'s Most Expensive Condo


Poll results


· From Trump's Flub to Michelle Obama's Dining Room Revamp, 2015's Most Popular Posts [Curbed DC]
· The 15 Most Glorious Listings of 2014 [Curbed DC]
· See the best posts of the year here [Curbed DC]