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Here Are Dupont Circle's 5 Most Expensive Homes

From a former embassy to a commercial building

↑ For $7.9 million, you can own the priciest Dupont Circle listing on the market with five bedrooms and approximately 8,000 square feet of space. This Beaux Arts townhouse was built in 1907 and is currently undergoing a three-phase renovation process. One of Washington, D.C.’s most prolific architects, George Totten, Jr., was the designer of the home. Unfortunately, there are no photos inside the listing.

↑ Currently, this seven-bedroom row house is being used as an office space, but it can still be turned into multiple units at the cost of $1.995 million. With seven bedrooms, this row house comes with one-of-a-kind features like pocket doors, two balconies, and enough off-street parking for two cars.

↑ This condo only has one bedroom, but that doesn't mean it can't still have a multi-million dollar price tag. Asking $1.899 million, this listing is located in what was once a private mansion and later the Embassy of Taiwan. It comes with multiple fireplaces, high ceilings, and a private rooftop terrace. The HOA dues total $826.

↑ This Dupont Circle listing is zoned for commercial use, so it will probably only be of interest to those buyers up for converting the seven-bedroom property into condos or a single-family home. Some of the highlights of the $1.799 million listing include off-street parking for two or three cars and a bathroom on each of the four floors. The listing is being sold as-is.

↑ Wainscoting, ornate mantels, leaded glass windows — these details and more are what help this listing stand apart from the others. The unit comes with four bedrooms and a little over 3,000 square feet of space. The HOA dues are paid once every three months and total $412. The asking price is $1.7 million.