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The Most Expensive Houses For Sale In DC (Not All Of Them Are In Georgetown)

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There's been some shuffling in the high-end houses since we last looked at what was hanging out at the top of the market so it is time update the list of most expensive homes for sale. The top spot belongs to an $18M home that used to be included in the parcel of land where Evermay sits (which was a $22M sale last year). The rest of the lovely abodes are all many millions of dollars throughout Northwest. We also have a map of the top of the top for Virginia and Maryland.

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1607 28TH ST NW

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This home used to be a part of the Evermay estate and is currently the priciest listing in the District. $18M is the asking price for this 8 bedroom, 11 bath home with a few rooms that have a contemporary flair.

3101 CHAIN BRIDGE RD

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This $16,125,000 house is in Kent overlooking Battery Kemble Park and has a ballroom, library, and dining room that seats 18 in addition to 7 bedrooms and 12 bathrooms.

2933-2943 BENTON PL NW

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This is the home that used to be two separate houses and is very close to the Vice President's residence in Observatory Circle. Now it is asking an even $12M after once wishing it could score $18M. The 11 bed, 12 bath comes with the usual luxury amenities, plus a classier than usual pool.

1824 R ST

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This house was built in 1911 by Clark Waggaman. It used to be the Embassy of Singapore and was turned back into a family home measuring 12,000 sq. ft. With 8 bedrooms, 11 baths the home's unusual decor still has some of its original molding and reclaimed wide-plank wood floor.

1248 30TH ST

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Stunning in Georgetown. Both because it is gorgeous, but also because it could almost be called a rambler-style home, which is rare in a neighborhood filled with tall rowhouses. The five bed, seven bath is $7,995,000.

3331 N ST NW

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Cox's Row in Georgetown is a string of old homes all built by Colonel John Cox who did impressive things in the early 1800s (like build houses). This 6 bed, 9 bath is asking $7,900,000.

2520 30TH ST NW

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There aren't too many circular drives in the District, but this is one for $7,399,000. Besides the driveway it does come with a six bedrooms and seven bathrooms, plus a cool circular library with fireplace.

4 THOMPSON CIR NW

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This home recently came down in price by about half a million dollars. It belongs to a prominent real estate developer who made his mark developing Anacostia. Now the 6 bed, 8 bath is asking $6,995,000.

2446 BELMONT RD NW

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This Kalorama house would like $6,995,000 for your troubles. In exchange it will give up its 9 bedrooms, 9 baths, gated motor court, and an in-law suite.

3303 WATER ST NW

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We had high hopes for this condo since it entered the market with the tantalizing price of $7,777,777. But now it is $6,750,000 or can be separated into several units (it is quite large).

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1607 28TH ST NW

This home used to be a part of the Evermay estate and is currently the priciest listing in the District. $18M is the asking price for this 8 bedroom, 11 bath home with a few rooms that have a contemporary flair.

3101 CHAIN BRIDGE RD

This $16,125,000 house is in Kent overlooking Battery Kemble Park and has a ballroom, library, and dining room that seats 18 in addition to 7 bedrooms and 12 bathrooms.

2933-2943 BENTON PL NW

This is the home that used to be two separate houses and is very close to the Vice President's residence in Observatory Circle. Now it is asking an even $12M after once wishing it could score $18M. The 11 bed, 12 bath comes with the usual luxury amenities, plus a classier than usual pool.

1824 R ST

This house was built in 1911 by Clark Waggaman. It used to be the Embassy of Singapore and was turned back into a family home measuring 12,000 sq. ft. With 8 bedrooms, 11 baths the home's unusual decor still has some of its original molding and reclaimed wide-plank wood floor.

1248 30TH ST

Stunning in Georgetown. Both because it is gorgeous, but also because it could almost be called a rambler-style home, which is rare in a neighborhood filled with tall rowhouses. The five bed, seven bath is $7,995,000.

3331 N ST NW

Cox's Row in Georgetown is a string of old homes all built by Colonel John Cox who did impressive things in the early 1800s (like build houses). This 6 bed, 9 bath is asking $7,900,000.

2520 30TH ST NW

There aren't too many circular drives in the District, but this is one for $7,399,000. Besides the driveway it does come with a six bedrooms and seven bathrooms, plus a cool circular library with fireplace.

4 THOMPSON CIR NW

This home recently came down in price by about half a million dollars. It belongs to a prominent real estate developer who made his mark developing Anacostia. Now the 6 bed, 8 bath is asking $6,995,000.

2446 BELMONT RD NW

This Kalorama house would like $6,995,000 for your troubles. In exchange it will give up its 9 bedrooms, 9 baths, gated motor court, and an in-law suite.

3303 WATER ST NW

We had high hopes for this condo since it entered the market with the tantalizing price of $7,777,777. But now it is $6,750,000 or can be separated into several units (it is quite large).