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D.C.’s second most expensive listing is an $18M Wesley Heights home with a heated pool

Amenities, amenities everywhere

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For $18 million, homebuyers can buy what is currently Washington, D.C.’s second most expensive home on the market. This Wesley Heights property was originally built in 1927 and offers an array of luxurious amenities, including a heated pool, wine cellar, and home theater.

In the more than 15,000-square-foot listing, there are a total of eight bedrooms, eight full bathrooms, and eight half bathrooms inside. The stony property is located on a half acre of land.

According to the listing, there is also a separate catering kitchen, putting green, exercise room, and two garages for three cars.

The listing agent is Chuck Holzwarth of Washington Fine Properties.

The most expensive home currently on the Washington, D.C., market is Peggy Cooper Cafritz’s former Kent home. This property originally listed in October 2016 for $20 million, but it raised its price to $22 million in January 2017.

3005 45th Street NW [Washington Fine Properties]