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D.C.'s 10 most expensive homes sold last month, mapped

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Last month (more specifically, March 2017), the median sales price in Washington, D.C. totaled $517,000 with 1,055 total homes sold, according to Redfin. There were 10 listings that truly topped the list in both luxury and pricing.

Real estate website Estately compiled the 10 most expensive sold homes during the month of March 2017. The homes ranged from penthouses to townhouses to mansions. Expect great views, expansive rooms, and amenities like elevators and heated driveways.

Below, take a look at what each residence had to offer with each one listed from most expensive sale to least expensive sale.

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1. 2329 California Street NW

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2329 California St NW
Washington, DC 20008
Sold price: $5.5 million

Date sold: March 15

Size: 6-bed, 7-bath, 7,240-square-foot single-family home

Price per square foot: $759

The skinny: This Beaux Arts home comes with four levels of space, hardwood flooring, and custom millwork. In the rear grounds, there is a pool, flagstone terraces, as well as multiple gardens.

2. 3036 Macomb Street NW

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3036 Macomb St NW
Washington, DC 20008
Sold price: $4.3 million

Date sold: March 27

Size: 6-bed, 10-bath, 6,300-square-foot single-family home

Price per square foot: $682

The skinny: The new homebuyer of this single-family home will be able to enjoy a heated driveway, his and her bathrooms, and coffered ceilings.

3. 3329 Prospect Street NW Unit 6

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3329 Prospect St NW
Washington, DC 20007
Sold price: $4.25 million

Date sold: March 20

Size: 4-bed, 4-bath, 4,550-square-foot penthouse

Price per square foot: $934

The skinny: In order for this penthouse duplex to find a buyer, it had to experience two price chops that dropped its original ask of $4,795,000 to the current $4.25 million. Here, there is surround sound, a 1,200-bottle wine cellar, and a "sophisticated tech system," according to the listing. Three parking spaces were also included.

4. 2170 Dunmore Lane

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2170 Dunmore Ln
Washington, DC 20007
Sold price: $4.2 million

Date sold: March 6

Size: 7-bed, 9-bath single-family home

Price per square foot: N/A

The skinny: This custom-built home offers an elevator, heated saltwater pool, and a two-car garage.

5. 1671 34th Street NW

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1671 34th St NW
Washington, DC 20007
Sold price: $3.3 million

Date sold: March 15

Size: 3-bed, 3-bath single-family home

Price per square foot: N/A

The skinny: The owner and decorator of the home is D.C. resident Frank B. Randolph, who previously designed the residence of Dick Cheney. He took inspiration from Thomas Jefferson, while also enlisting help from award-winning architect Christian Zapatka.

6. 1719 19th Street NW

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1719 19th St NW
Washington, DC 20009
Sold price: $3 million

Date sold: March 9

Size: 4-bed, 5-bath, 6,915-square-foot townhome

Price per square foot: $433

The skinny: In 1916, this single-family home was constructed. It was later fully renovated across all five levels.

7. 3507 Woodley Road NW

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3507 Woodley Rd NW
Washington, DC 20016
Sold price: $2.9 million

Date sold: March 3

Size: 6-bed, 6-bath, 4,418-square-foot single-family home

Price per square foot: $656

The skinny: Directly facing the National Cathedral, this single-family home landed on the market in September 2016 for $3.1 million. It later experienced two price chops. The custom-built listing offers high ceilings, oak hardwood flooring, and high-end stainless steel appliances. There is also a rear patio and enough off-street parking for two cars.

8. 1318 Rhode Island Avenue NW

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1318 Rhode Island Ave NW
Washington, DC 20005
Sold price: $2.6 million

Date sold: March 7

Size: 6-bed, 6-bath, 5,270-square-foot townhome

Price per square foot: $493

The skinny: The most striking feature in this townhome is its "floating" stairway and huge central skylight. All of the rooms are airy and spacious, while the ceilings are high. Two parking spaces were included with this home.

9. 2302 Kalorama Road NW

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2302 Kalorama Rd NW
Washington, DC 20008
Sold price: $2,553,000

Date sold: March 7

Size: 5-bed, 4-bath single-family home

Price per square foot: N/A

The skinny: In January 2016, Max Weinberg, the drummer for Bruce Springsteen’s E Street Band and bandleader on Conan O’Brien’s late-night talk shows, purchased this stone home in Kalorama for $2.4 million. In February 2017, he relisted the home for $2.79 million.

10. 2839 Hurst Terrace NW

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2839 Hurst Terrace NW
Washington, DC 20016
Sold price: $2,415,000

Date sold: March 16

Size: 6-bed, 6-bath, 5,000-square-foot single-family home

Price per square foot: $483

The skinny: The final mapped point on this list is this renovated single-family home. It last sold in October 2015 for $855,000. In January 2017, it relisted for $2,475 and finally sold this past March for $60,000 less. Inside, there are coffered ceilings, a mud room, and a finished lower level with a kitchenette.

1. 2329 California Street NW

2329 California St NW, Washington, DC 20008
Sold price: $5.5 million

Date sold: March 15

Size: 6-bed, 7-bath, 7,240-square-foot single-family home

Price per square foot: $759

The skinny: This Beaux Arts home comes with four levels of space, hardwood flooring, and custom millwork. In the rear grounds, there is a pool, flagstone terraces, as well as multiple gardens.

2329 California St NW
Washington, DC 20008

2. 3036 Macomb Street NW

3036 Macomb St NW, Washington, DC 20008
Sold price: $4.3 million

Date sold: March 27

Size: 6-bed, 10-bath, 6,300-square-foot single-family home

Price per square foot: $682

The skinny: The new homebuyer of this single-family home will be able to enjoy a heated driveway, his and her bathrooms, and coffered ceilings.

3036 Macomb St NW
Washington, DC 20008

3. 3329 Prospect Street NW Unit 6

3329 Prospect St NW, Washington, DC 20007
Sold price: $4.25 million

Date sold: March 20

Size: 4-bed, 4-bath, 4,550-square-foot penthouse

Price per square foot: $934

The skinny: In order for this penthouse duplex to find a buyer, it had to experience two price chops that dropped its original ask of $4,795,000 to the current $4.25 million. Here, there is surround sound, a 1,200-bottle wine cellar, and a "sophisticated tech system," according to the listing. Three parking spaces were also included.

3329 Prospect St NW
Washington, DC 20007

4. 2170 Dunmore Lane

2170 Dunmore Ln, Washington, DC 20007
Sold price: $4.2 million

Date sold: March 6

Size: 7-bed, 9-bath single-family home

Price per square foot: N/A

The skinny: This custom-built home offers an elevator, heated saltwater pool, and a two-car garage.

2170 Dunmore Ln
Washington, DC 20007

5. 1671 34th Street NW

1671 34th St NW, Washington, DC 20007
Sold price: $3.3 million

Date sold: March 15

Size: 3-bed, 3-bath single-family home

Price per square foot: N/A

The skinny: The owner and decorator of the home is D.C. resident Frank B. Randolph, who previously designed the residence of Dick Cheney. He took inspiration from Thomas Jefferson, while also enlisting help from award-winning architect Christian Zapatka.

1671 34th St NW
Washington, DC 20007

6. 1719 19th Street NW

1719 19th St NW, Washington, DC 20009
Sold price: $3 million

Date sold: March 9

Size: 4-bed, 5-bath, 6,915-square-foot townhome

Price per square foot: $433

The skinny: In 1916, this single-family home was constructed. It was later fully renovated across all five levels.

1719 19th St NW
Washington, DC 20009

7. 3507 Woodley Road NW

3507 Woodley Rd NW, Washington, DC 20016
Sold price: $2.9 million

Date sold: March 3

Size: 6-bed, 6-bath, 4,418-square-foot single-family home

Price per square foot: $656

The skinny: Directly facing the National Cathedral, this single-family home landed on the market in September 2016 for $3.1 million. It later experienced two price chops. The custom-built listing offers high ceilings, oak hardwood flooring, and high-end stainless steel appliances. There is also a rear patio and enough off-street parking for two cars.

3507 Woodley Rd NW
Washington, DC 20016

8. 1318 Rhode Island Avenue NW

1318 Rhode Island Ave NW, Washington, DC 20005
Sold price: $2.6 million

Date sold: March 7

Size: 6-bed, 6-bath, 5,270-square-foot townhome

Price per square foot: $493

The skinny: The most striking feature in this townhome is its "floating" stairway and huge central skylight. All of the rooms are airy and spacious, while the ceilings are high. Two parking spaces were included with this home.

1318 Rhode Island Ave NW
Washington, DC 20005

9. 2302 Kalorama Road NW

2302 Kalorama Rd NW, Washington, DC 20008
Sold price: $2,553,000

Date sold: March 7

Size: 5-bed, 4-bath single-family home

Price per square foot: N/A

The skinny: In January 2016, Max Weinberg, the drummer for Bruce Springsteen’s E Street Band and bandleader on Conan O’Brien’s late-night talk shows, purchased this stone home in Kalorama for $2.4 million. In February 2017, he relisted the home for $2.79 million.

2302 Kalorama Rd NW
Washington, DC 20008

10. 2839 Hurst Terrace NW

2839 Hurst Terrace NW, Washington, DC 20016
Sold price: $2,415,000

Date sold: March 16

Size: 6-bed, 6-bath, 5,000-square-foot single-family home

Price per square foot: $483

The skinny: The final mapped point on this list is this renovated single-family home. It last sold in October 2015 for $855,000. In January 2017, it relisted for $2,475 and finally sold this past March for $60,000 less. Inside, there are coffered ceilings, a mud room, and a finished lower level with a kitchenette.

2839 Hurst Terrace NW
Washington, DC 20016