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D.C.'s 10 most expensive homes sold in 2017

From the Treasury Secretary’s mansion to Kellyanne Conway’s new, expanded estate

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Editor's Note: This post was originally published in June 2017 and has been updated with the most recent information.

2017 is nearly complete. Let’s see what real estate was worth knowing this year.

Real estate website Redfin compiled D.C. proper’s 10 priciest residential sales this year, from Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin’s Massachusetts Avenue Heights mansion to Kellyanne Conway’s new, expanded estate. The majority of the biggest sales are located near Embassy Row and Georgetown with prices ranging from $6 million to a $14 million.

The mapped locations have been listed from most expensive to least expensive. This map only focuses on single-family homes, not multi-family listings.

For a look at last year’s most expensive sold homes, go to this Curbed DC article.

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1. 2600 Rock Creek Drive NW

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2600 Rock Creek Dr NW
Washington, DC 20008

Sold price: $12,585,000

Date sold: February 14

Size: 9-bedroom, 12.5-bathroom, 15,902-square-foot

Price per square foot: $791

The skinny: In Massachusetts Avenue Heights, you can find this year’s second most expensive sold home, purchased by Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin. Constructed in 2001, this property offers a fitness room, sauna, wine cellar, and media room. A pool is also included.

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2. 2850 Woodland Drive NW

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2850 Woodland Dr NW
Washington, DC 20008

Sold price: $10.75 million

Date sold: January 17

Size: 7-bedroom, 8.5-bathroom, 10,300-square-foot

Price per square foot: $1,044

The skinny: This limestone Beaux Arts estate was once the home of Adrienne Arsht, who is known for being a entrepreneur, philanthropist, and "Patron of Diplomacy." Arsht is a fervent supporter of the arts and has donated $5 million to the Kennedy Center as well as $56 million to non-profit organizations from Miami to Manhattan. In this mansion, Arsht hosted diplomats, politicians, entertainers, and even the former prime minister of Spain José María Aznar.

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3. 2933-2943 Benton Place NW

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2933 Benton Pl NW
Washington, DC 20008

Sold price: $7,785,000

Date sold: May 17

Size: 8-bedroom, 11.5-bathroom, 11,478-square-foot

Price per square foot: $678

The skinny: Before, the big celebrity owner of this property was former acting Prime Minister of Pakistan and former senior official at the World Bank Mooen A. Qureshi. Earlier this year, Kellyanne Conway, counselor to President Donald Trump, purchased the home. Some of the most notable features inside include that it has a library, two kitchens, an elevator, and over an acre of land. At one point, this property was two homes, but they were connected.

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4. 4420 Chestnut Lane NW

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4420 Chestnut Ln
Washington, DC 20007

Sold price: $7 million

Date sold: February 27

Size: 7-bedroom, 7-bathroom, 8,201-square-foot

Price per square foot: $854

The skinny: In 2011, this home was constructed by Jim Gibson in the Phillips Park community of Foxhall Crescent. There aren’t too many details available in the listing description, but the only available photo shows that there is a driveway.

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5. 3024 Q Street NW

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3024 Q St NW
Washington, DC 20007

Sold price: $6.75 million

Date sold: May 11

Size: 6-bedroom, 6.5-bathroom, 4,316-square-foot

Price per square foot: $1,564

The skinny: Is it possible to have a most expensive home list without a Georgetown property included? Maybe not. Either way, this home is located in the neighborhood’s East Village community and offers a seven-car parking deck, a sport court, and an exercise room. There is also a swimming pool.

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6. 3303 Water Street NW Unit 8F

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3303 Water St NW
Washington, DC 20007

Sold price: $6.5 million

Date sold: May 1

Size: 3-bedroom, 3.5-bathroom, 4,003-square-foot

Price per square foot: $1,624

The skinny: Not only is this one of the most expensive condos on the D.C. market, it also has some of the highest monthly HOA dues, totaling $5,171 per month. Newly renovated, this unit is located in Georgetown’s 3303 Water Street building, which regularly boasts multi-million dollar condos, a rooftop deck, pool, and a pet-friendly community.

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7. 2425 Tracy Place NW

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2425 Tracy Pl NW
Washington, DC 20008

Sold price: $6.1 million

Date sold: June 19

Size: 7-bedroom, 8-bathroom, 8,460-square-foot

Price per square foot: $721

The skinny: Since July 2013, this mansion has languished on the D.C. market, but it finally found a buyer earlier this year. It first asked $8.5 million, but later got multiple price chops. The home comes with a swimming pool, elevator, a wood-paneled library, and enough parking for five cars.

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8. 2817 Woodland Drive NW

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Washington, DC 20008

Sold price: $14 million

Date sold: July 20

Size: 7-bedroom, 8.5-bathroom, 10,700-square-foot

Price per square foot: $978

The skinny: The most expensive home in 2017 was this 1962-built mansion, sold to the Kingdom of Morocco with a separate carriage house and terraces included. The home was formerly owned by Mandell Ourisman, the late chairman of Ourisman Automotive Group, and his wife, Mary Ourisman, the former U.S. Ambassador to Barbados and the Eastern Caribbean.

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9. 2660 Connecticut Avenue NW Ph 1

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2660 Connecticut Ave NW
Washington, DC 20008

Sold price: $8.4 million

Date sold: May 5

Size: 3-bedroom, 3.5-bathroom, 4,405-square-foot

Price per square foot: $1,907

The skinny: At Woodley Park’s historic Wardman Tower, this condo was sold to an anonymous buyer. Selling for $8.4 million, it became the most expensive condo sold in D.C. this year and the second most expensive condo ever sold in D.C., as reported by Washington Business Journal.

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10. 3536 Springland Lane NW

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3536 Springland Ln NW
Washington, DC 20008

Sold price: $5,747,833

Date sold: March 6

Size: 7-bedroom, 8-bathroom, 8,220-square-foot

Price per square foot: $699

The skinny: Designed by Barnes-Vanze Architects, this recently built single-family home offers custom finishes, a gourmet kitchen, and coffered ceilings. Unfortunately, there are no photos available of the four-story home.

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1. 2600 Rock Creek Drive NW

2600 Rock Creek Dr NW, Washington, DC 20008
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Sold price: $12,585,000

Date sold: February 14

Size: 9-bedroom, 12.5-bathroom, 15,902-square-foot

Price per square foot: $791

The skinny: In Massachusetts Avenue Heights, you can find this year’s second most expensive sold home, purchased by Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin. Constructed in 2001, this property offers a fitness room, sauna, wine cellar, and media room. A pool is also included.

2600 Rock Creek Dr NW
Washington, DC 20008

2. 2850 Woodland Drive NW

2850 Woodland Dr NW, Washington, DC 20008
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Sold price: $10.75 million

Date sold: January 17

Size: 7-bedroom, 8.5-bathroom, 10,300-square-foot

Price per square foot: $1,044

The skinny: This limestone Beaux Arts estate was once the home of Adrienne Arsht, who is known for being a entrepreneur, philanthropist, and "Patron of Diplomacy." Arsht is a fervent supporter of the arts and has donated $5 million to the Kennedy Center as well as $56 million to non-profit organizations from Miami to Manhattan. In this mansion, Arsht hosted diplomats, politicians, entertainers, and even the former prime minister of Spain José María Aznar.

2850 Woodland Dr NW
Washington, DC 20008

3. 2933-2943 Benton Place NW

2933 Benton Pl NW, Washington, DC 20008
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Sold price: $7,785,000

Date sold: May 17

Size: 8-bedroom, 11.5-bathroom, 11,478-square-foot

Price per square foot: $678

The skinny: Before, the big celebrity owner of this property was former acting Prime Minister of Pakistan and former senior official at the World Bank Mooen A. Qureshi. Earlier this year, Kellyanne Conway, counselor to President Donald Trump, purchased the home. Some of the most notable features inside include that it has a library, two kitchens, an elevator, and over an acre of land. At one point, this property was two homes, but they were connected.

2933 Benton Pl NW
Washington, DC 20008

4. 4420 Chestnut Lane NW

4420 Chestnut Ln, Washington, DC 20007
Photo via Google Street View

Sold price: $7 million

Date sold: February 27

Size: 7-bedroom, 7-bathroom, 8,201-square-foot

Price per square foot: $854

The skinny: In 2011, this home was constructed by Jim Gibson in the Phillips Park community of Foxhall Crescent. There aren’t too many details available in the listing description, but the only available photo shows that there is a driveway.

4420 Chestnut Ln
Washington, DC 20007

5. 3024 Q Street NW

3024 Q St NW, Washington, DC 20007
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Sold price: $6.75 million

Date sold: May 11

Size: 6-bedroom, 6.5-bathroom, 4,316-square-foot

Price per square foot: $1,564

The skinny: Is it possible to have a most expensive home list without a Georgetown property included? Maybe not. Either way, this home is located in the neighborhood’s East Village community and offers a seven-car parking deck, a sport court, and an exercise room. There is also a swimming pool.

3024 Q St NW
Washington, DC 20007

6. 3303 Water Street NW Unit 8F

3303 Water St NW, Washington, DC 20007
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Sold price: $6.5 million

Date sold: May 1

Size: 3-bedroom, 3.5-bathroom, 4,003-square-foot

Price per square foot: $1,624

The skinny: Not only is this one of the most expensive condos on the D.C. market, it also has some of the highest monthly HOA dues, totaling $5,171 per month. Newly renovated, this unit is located in Georgetown’s 3303 Water Street building, which regularly boasts multi-million dollar condos, a rooftop deck, pool, and a pet-friendly community.

3303 Water St NW
Washington, DC 20007

7. 2425 Tracy Place NW

2425 Tracy Pl NW, Washington, DC 20008
Photo via Washington Fine Properties

Sold price: $6.1 million

Date sold: June 19

Size: 7-bedroom, 8-bathroom, 8,460-square-foot

Price per square foot: $721

The skinny: Since July 2013, this mansion has languished on the D.C. market, but it finally found a buyer earlier this year. It first asked $8.5 million, but later got multiple price chops. The home comes with a swimming pool, elevator, a wood-paneled library, and enough parking for five cars.

2425 Tracy Pl NW
Washington, DC 20008

8. 2817 Woodland Drive NW

2817 Woodland Dr NW, Washington, DC 20008
Photo via Washington Fine Properties

Sold price: $14 million

Date sold: July 20

Size: 7-bedroom, 8.5-bathroom, 10,700-square-foot

Price per square foot: $978

The skinny: The most expensive home in 2017 was this 1962-built mansion, sold to the Kingdom of Morocco with a separate carriage house and terraces included. The home was formerly owned by Mandell Ourisman, the late chairman of Ourisman Automotive Group, and his wife, Mary Ourisman, the former U.S. Ambassador to Barbados and the Eastern Caribbean.

2817 Woodland Dr NW
Washington, DC 20008

9. 2660 Connecticut Avenue NW Ph 1

2660 Connecticut Ave NW, Washington, DC 20008
Photo via Redfin

Sold price: $8.4 million

Date sold: May 5

Size: 3-bedroom, 3.5-bathroom, 4,405-square-foot

Price per square foot: $1,907

The skinny: At Woodley Park’s historic Wardman Tower, this condo was sold to an anonymous buyer. Selling for $8.4 million, it became the most expensive condo sold in D.C. this year and the second most expensive condo ever sold in D.C., as reported by Washington Business Journal.

2660 Connecticut Ave NW
Washington, DC 20008

10. 3536 Springland Lane NW

3536 Springland Ln NW, Washington, DC 20008
Photo via Redfin

Sold price: $5,747,833

Date sold: March 6

Size: 7-bedroom, 8-bathroom, 8,220-square-foot

Price per square foot: $699

The skinny: Designed by Barnes-Vanze Architects, this recently built single-family home offers custom finishes, a gourmet kitchen, and coffered ceilings. Unfortunately, there are no photos available of the four-story home.

3536 Springland Ln NW
Washington, DC 20008