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Inside the 5 Most Expensive Homes in Bethesda Right Now

From a smart home to a Bauhaus-inspired abode, you'll be able to see inside the listings that the biggest spenders in Bethesda search through. For Bethesda, the median listing price is $1.05 million, while the median sale price is $795,000, according to national real estate brokerage Redfin. The priciest listings skyrocket past that, from $4.996 million to $8.8 million. In the below list of the most expensive abodes currently on the Bethesda market, multi-family residential properties are left out. If interested in learning about the most expensive homes in another city or neighborhood, let Curbed know by leaving a comment or by emailing our tipline.

5216 Abingdon Road
Price: $8.8 million
Size: 6-bed, 7-bath, 7,600-square-foot single-family home
The Skinny:
The most expensive listing on the Bethesda market is this Bauhaus-inspired abode on over two-and-a-half acres of land. Some of the most luxurious features include its pool, tennis court, and multiple skylights.

5430 Beech Avenue

Price: $6 million
Size: 6-bed, 7.5-bath, 7,420-square-foot single-family home
The Skinny:
This smart home comes with a security system, three-car heated garage, and an elevator. Other unique features include built-ins, coffered ceilings, and a covered rear patio.

5600 Wisconsin Avenue Ph 18-B

Price: $5.5 million
Size: 3-bed, 3-bath, 3,554-square-foot penthouse
The Skinny:
This renovated penthouse offers a spacious balcony and a custom wood-paneled library. For those who need some extra space, the unit also offers three storage units and four garage spaces. Out of all of the abodes on this list, this single-family home has the highest monthly HOA dues, totaling $2,995.

7700 Oldchester Road

Price: $5.25 million
Size: 7-bed, 7.5-bath, 8,973-square-foot single-family home
The Skinny:
This listing was last sold for $1.475 million in November 2005. Since it was listed in October 2015, it's been on the market with an outdoor kitchen, six fireplaces, and a sport court.

7016 Natelli Woods Lane

Price: $4.996 million
Size: 6-bed, 9-bath, 7,343-square-foot single-family home
The Skinny:
With $211 monthly HOA dues, this single-family home offers imported millwork and a theater. The listing also features a pool and sport court and is located on a private cul-de-sace.
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