When it comes to the biggest sales in Washington, D.C. this year, a majority of the homes were constructed at least 100 years ago and previously owned by celebrities. Some of the most notable sales this year included the closing on the District's oldest residence, dating back to 1754, and a c. 1870-constructed property once owned by the son of President William Taft.
With help from Estately, who compiled the list of homes for Curbed DC, each of the properties were listed in order from highest sale to lowest sale. This map only focuses on single-family homes, not multi-family listings.
The most expensive single-family home sold in 2015 was the Fessenden House, located in Forest Hills, which sold for $18 million. If interested in taking a look at all of the biggest sales of 2015, check out this Curbed DC article.
UPDATE: MRIS, a Bright MLS, Inc. company, provided the images for this list.Read More