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Here Are Dupont Circle's 10 Most Expensive Homes, Mapped

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Ever wondered what kinds of listings big spenders focus on when they search for a new home sweet home? Now, you can know with the below map, displaying the top 10 most expensive listings currently on the Dupont Circle market. According to national real estate brokerage Redfin, the median listing price for the neighborhood is $399,000, while the priciest listing costs $7.9 million. A few of the listings below might be closer to other neighborhoods than Dupont Circle, but Curbed stuck to whichever listings are listed in the Dupont Circle section of Redfin. If there is another neighborhood whose listings you would like Curbed to focus on next, be sure to leave a comment or email our tipline at dc@curbed.com.


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2230 MASSACHUSETTS Ave NW

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Asking price: $7.9 million
Size: 6-bed, 7-bath, 7,964-square-foot townhome
Price per square foot: $992
The skinny: George Totten, Jr., one of Washington, D.C.’s most prolific architects, designed this Beaux Arts townhome in 1907. Currently, the property is undergoing a three-phase renovation and restoration. Unfortunately, the listing doesn’t have any photos inside of the property.

1711 19TH St NW

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Asking price:> $3.195 million
Size: 7-bed, 5.5-bath, 5,898-square-foot townhome
Price per square foot: $542
The skinny: This listing has a few unique architectural details, including wall paneling, curved doorways, and decorative columns. You can also find pocket doors, wainscoting, and a library with built-ins inside.

2025 HILLYER Pl NW

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Asking price: $2.65 million
Size: 7-bed, 2.5-bath, 5,800-square-foot townhome
Price per square foot: $457
The skinny: From 1886 to 1987, this Dupont Circle listing served as the Holton-Arms school before being utilized as the Jane Haslem Art Gallery. Now, the four-story residence is on the market with the lower floor used as the CofO art gallery.

1744 SWANN St NW

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Asking price: $2,395,000
Size: 5-bed, 3.5-bath, 3,372-square-foot townhome
Price per square foot: $711
The skinny: A few of the strongest selling points of this pricey listing include its private rooftop deck, high-end finishes, and fully-exposed brick kitchen. Other details that homebuyers might enjoy include the abode’s wine cooler, breakfast bar, and hardwood flooring throughout.

1335 22ND St NW

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Asking price: $2.2 million
Size: 6-bed, 4.5-bath, 2,864-square-foot townhome
Price per square foot: $768
The skinny: According to the listing, this c. 1900-built property is being sold as-is and is an “ideal opportunity for owner occupant or developer.”

1773 T St NW

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Asking price: $1.995 million
Size: 7-bed, 2-bath, 3,599-square-foot townhome
Price per square foot: $554
The skinny: This listing can be turned into multiple units due to it being zoned C2A. Currently, this property is currently used as office space, according to the listing. There is parking in the rear with enough space for two cars.

1701 18TH St NW Ph 402

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Asking price: $1.95 million
Size: 1-bed, 3-bath, 2,435-square-foot condo
Price per square foot: $801
The skinny: Previously, this property was a private mansion and later the Embassy of Taiwan. This condo is on the market in the development with multiple fireplaces, high ceilings, and a private rooftop terrace. The monthly HOA dues total $826.

2002 R St NW

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Asking price: $1.5 million
Size: 6-bed, 5-bath townhome
Price per square foot: N/A
The skinny: Parking is pretty difficult to find in Dupont Circle, but this four-story listing is offering enough space for four cars. For those who prefer to save some gas, it’s located only two blocks away from the nearest Metro. The basement comes with a separate entrance.

1807 RIGGS Pl NW

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Asking price: $1.488 million
Size: 5-bed, 3.5-bath, 1,966-square-foot townhome
Price per square foot: $757
The skinny: Want a rooftop terrace? This listing’s got it. It also features renovated bathrooms, a deck, and bay windows.

1026 16TH St NW #801

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Asking price: $1.175 million
Size: 2-bed, 2-bath, 1,700-square-foot condo
Price per square foot: $691
The skinny: With $1,430 monthly HOA dues, you can purchase this condo in one of the “best addresses” in the District, according to architect Appleton P. Clark, Jr. The unit is located on the penthouse level and offers a balcony and stainless steel appliances.

2230 MASSACHUSETTS Ave NW

Asking price: $7.9 million
Size: 6-bed, 7-bath, 7,964-square-foot townhome
Price per square foot: $992
The skinny: George Totten, Jr., one of Washington, D.C.’s most prolific architects, designed this Beaux Arts townhome in 1907. Currently, the property is undergoing a three-phase renovation and restoration. Unfortunately, the listing doesn’t have any photos inside of the property.

1711 19TH St NW

Asking price:> $3.195 million
Size: 7-bed, 5.5-bath, 5,898-square-foot townhome
Price per square foot: $542
The skinny: This listing has a few unique architectural details, including wall paneling, curved doorways, and decorative columns. You can also find pocket doors, wainscoting, and a library with built-ins inside.

2025 HILLYER Pl NW

Asking price: $2.65 million
Size: 7-bed, 2.5-bath, 5,800-square-foot townhome
Price per square foot: $457
The skinny: From 1886 to 1987, this Dupont Circle listing served as the Holton-Arms school before being utilized as the Jane Haslem Art Gallery. Now, the four-story residence is on the market with the lower floor used as the CofO art gallery.

1744 SWANN St NW

Asking price: $2,395,000
Size: 5-bed, 3.5-bath, 3,372-square-foot townhome
Price per square foot: $711
The skinny: A few of the strongest selling points of this pricey listing include its private rooftop deck, high-end finishes, and fully-exposed brick kitchen. Other details that homebuyers might enjoy include the abode’s wine cooler, breakfast bar, and hardwood flooring throughout.

1335 22ND St NW

Asking price: $2.2 million
Size: 6-bed, 4.5-bath, 2,864-square-foot townhome
Price per square foot: $768
The skinny: According to the listing, this c. 1900-built property is being sold as-is and is an “ideal opportunity for owner occupant or developer.”

1773 T St NW

Asking price: $1.995 million
Size: 7-bed, 2-bath, 3,599-square-foot townhome
Price per square foot: $554
The skinny: This listing can be turned into multiple units due to it being zoned C2A. Currently, this property is currently used as office space, according to the listing. There is parking in the rear with enough space for two cars.

1701 18TH St NW Ph 402

Asking price: $1.95 million
Size: 1-bed, 3-bath, 2,435-square-foot condo
Price per square foot: $801
The skinny: Previously, this property was a private mansion and later the Embassy of Taiwan. This condo is on the market in the development with multiple fireplaces, high ceilings, and a private rooftop terrace. The monthly HOA dues total $826.

2002 R St NW

Asking price: $1.5 million
Size: 6-bed, 5-bath townhome
Price per square foot: N/A
The skinny: Parking is pretty difficult to find in Dupont Circle, but this four-story listing is offering enough space for four cars. For those who prefer to save some gas, it’s located only two blocks away from the nearest Metro. The basement comes with a separate entrance.

1807 RIGGS Pl NW

Asking price: $1.488 million
Size: 5-bed, 3.5-bath, 1,966-square-foot townhome
Price per square foot: $757
The skinny: Want a rooftop terrace? This listing’s got it. It also features renovated bathrooms, a deck, and bay windows.

1026 16TH St NW #801

Asking price: $1.175 million
Size: 2-bed, 2-bath, 1,700-square-foot condo
Price per square foot: $691
The skinny: With $1,430 monthly HOA dues, you can purchase this condo in one of the “best addresses” in the District, according to architect Appleton P. Clark, Jr. The unit is located on the penthouse level and offers a balcony and stainless steel appliances.