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D.C.'s Most Expensive Home on the Market Just Found a Buyer

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Before September 25 of this year, the most expensive residential sale of 2015 was a $6.3 million mansion in Cleveland Park. Now, the most expensive sale of the year (UPDATE: not including multi-unit residential developments) is the Fessenden House, previously regarded as Washington, D.C.'s most expensive home on the market, according to UrbanTurf. There's no word yet on what the final price was for the abode, but the previously reported listing price was $22 million. The previous owner of the seven-bedroom, 11-and-a-half-bathroom home was Samuel Lehrman, whose family co-founded the Giant supermarket. Some of the most stunning features of this home include its wine cellar and tasting room, half-size sports court, and outdoor pool and poolhouse. It also includes an elevator and private quarters for staff. Take a look inside the listing with the below photo gallery.


· $22 Million: DC's Most Expensive Home Finds a Buyer [UrbanTurf]
· $22M Forest Hills Estate Ties for Most Expensive D.C. Listing [Curbed DC]
· Mapping Washington, D.C.'s Biggest Sales So Far This Year [Curbed DC]