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D.C.’s biggest over asking home purchases from last month, mapped

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With a market as competitive as Washington, D.C., homebuyers sometimes have to be a little less frugal with their money in order to win the home of their dreams. With listings provided by The Open House, Curbed has mapped the 10 purchases made within the last 30 days that sold with the highest over ask.

Of the listings mapped below, seven out of the 10 are located in Washington, D.C.'s Northwest quadrant. There are no Southwest properties listed, and there was no single neighborhood that had the majority of the properties. Nine out of the 10 residences are either single-family homes or townhomes rather than condos. Only one was a fixer-upper.

UPDATE 9/15/16: The map has been updated with the previous month's biggest over asking home purchases.

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3814 T Street NW ($205K over ask)

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Sale price: $1,300,000
Date sold: August 19, 2016
Size: 3-bed, 3-bath, 2,106-square-foot townhome
The skinny: For the last 30 days, this townhome sold with the highest over asking purchase. As can be seen in the listing photos, the home offers a spacious front yard, high ceilings, and a rear deck. The kitchen comes with stainless steel appliances and a breakfast bar.

615 6th Street NE ($125K over ask)

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Sale price: $1,100,000
Date sold: August 8, 2016
Size: 4-bed, 3.5-bath, 2,414-square-foot townhome
The skinny: This renovated residence offers exposed brick, recessed lighting, and an open floor plan. The homebuyers will also be able to enjoy a fully finished lower level with what looks like a wine fridge.

3302 19th Street NW ($111K over ask)

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Sale price: $1,010,000
Date sold: August 19, 2016
Size: 4-bed, 3-bath, 2,250-square-foot townhome
The skinny: This Wardman-style townhome sold with a front porch, updated kitchen, and in-law suite. The backyard is also fenced in and spacious.

719 Van Buren Street NW ($96K over ask)

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Sale price: $795,000
Date sold: August 26, 2016
Size: 5-bed, 3.5-bath, 2,302-square-foot single-family home
The skinny: Inside this listing, there is a fireplace, in-law suite, and stainless steel appliances in the kitchen. From the listing photos, it looks like there is also off-street parking available.

4119 7th Street NW ($86,900 over ask)

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Sale price: $526,900
Date sold: August 24, 2016
Size: 3-bed, 1.5-bath, 1,368-square-foot single-family home
The skinny: There are no photos inside this listing, and very few of the facade. According to Redfin, the median listing price for the area is $599,000, so this listing sold for a cheaper price than what you might typically find.

4009 Davis Place NW #1 ($80K over ask)

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Sale price: $285,000
Date sold: N/A
Size: 1-bed, 1-bath, 544-square-foot condo
The skinny: Before it sold, this listing languished on the market for 173 days. When it was on the market, the listing emphasized that it "lives like a home, not a condo." Two French doors in the residence lead to a common yard.

4625 9th Street NW ($80K over ask)

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Sale price: $580,000
Date sold: August 29, 2016
Size: 4-bed, 2.5-bath, 1,840-square-foot townhome
The skinny: This listing features hardwood flooring and a traditional floor plan. The kitchen is pretty narrow, but it does offer a tile backsplash and stainless steel appliances. The last time this property sold, it went for $435,000 in October 2007.

2026 Klingle Road NW ($70K over ask)

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Sale price: $1,069,000
Date sold: August 19, 2016
Size: 5-bed, 4-bath, 3,367-square-foot townhome
The skinny: Some of the major highlights of this residence that may have attracted homebuyers include its front porch, coffered ceilings, and updated kitchen. From the looks of the listing photos, the attic appears to have been spruced up with wall-to-wall carpeting, while the lower level offers a kitchen and bedroom.

1229 Massachusetts Avenue SE ($68.5K over ask)

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Sale price: $1,367,500
Date sold: August 30, 2016
Size: 5-bed, 4.5-bath, 3,472-square-foot townhome
The skinny: With built-ins and a screened-in, rear porch, this property has a lot to offer. The kitchen features wooden cabinetry and stainless steel appliances. There is also space for a home office.

612 M Street NE ($68K over ask)

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Sale price: $568,000
Date sold: August 25, 2016
Size: N/A
The skinny: There are few to no details of this red brick townhome. In the listing, it stated that it's currently configured for two units with a separate basement apartment. The roof was replaced in 2006.

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3814 T Street NW ($205K over ask)

Sale price: $1,300,000
Date sold: August 19, 2016
Size: 3-bed, 3-bath, 2,106-square-foot townhome
The skinny: For the last 30 days, this townhome sold with the highest over asking purchase. As can be seen in the listing photos, the home offers a spacious front yard, high ceilings, and a rear deck. The kitchen comes with stainless steel appliances and a breakfast bar.

615 6th Street NE ($125K over ask)

Sale price: $1,100,000
Date sold: August 8, 2016
Size: 4-bed, 3.5-bath, 2,414-square-foot townhome
The skinny: This renovated residence offers exposed brick, recessed lighting, and an open floor plan. The homebuyers will also be able to enjoy a fully finished lower level with what looks like a wine fridge.

3302 19th Street NW ($111K over ask)

Sale price: $1,010,000
Date sold: August 19, 2016
Size: 4-bed, 3-bath, 2,250-square-foot townhome
The skinny: This Wardman-style townhome sold with a front porch, updated kitchen, and in-law suite. The backyard is also fenced in and spacious.

719 Van Buren Street NW ($96K over ask)

Sale price: $795,000
Date sold: August 26, 2016
Size: 5-bed, 3.5-bath, 2,302-square-foot single-family home
The skinny: Inside this listing, there is a fireplace, in-law suite, and stainless steel appliances in the kitchen. From the listing photos, it looks like there is also off-street parking available.

4119 7th Street NW ($86,900 over ask)

Sale price: $526,900
Date sold: August 24, 2016
Size: 3-bed, 1.5-bath, 1,368-square-foot single-family home
The skinny: There are no photos inside this listing, and very few of the facade. According to Redfin, the median listing price for the area is $599,000, so this listing sold for a cheaper price than what you might typically find.

4009 Davis Place NW #1 ($80K over ask)

Sale price: $285,000
Date sold: N/A
Size: 1-bed, 1-bath, 544-square-foot condo
The skinny: Before it sold, this listing languished on the market for 173 days. When it was on the market, the listing emphasized that it "lives like a home, not a condo." Two French doors in the residence lead to a common yard.

4625 9th Street NW ($80K over ask)

Sale price: $580,000
Date sold: August 29, 2016
Size: 4-bed, 2.5-bath, 1,840-square-foot townhome
The skinny: This listing features hardwood flooring and a traditional floor plan. The kitchen is pretty narrow, but it does offer a tile backsplash and stainless steel appliances. The last time this property sold, it went for $435,000 in October 2007.

2026 Klingle Road NW ($70K over ask)

Sale price: $1,069,000
Date sold: August 19, 2016
Size: 5-bed, 4-bath, 3,367-square-foot townhome
The skinny: Some of the major highlights of this residence that may have attracted homebuyers include its front porch, coffered ceilings, and updated kitchen. From the looks of the listing photos, the attic appears to have been spruced up with wall-to-wall carpeting, while the lower level offers a kitchen and bedroom.

1229 Massachusetts Avenue SE ($68.5K over ask)

Sale price: $1,367,500
Date sold: August 30, 2016
Size: 5-bed, 4.5-bath, 3,472-square-foot townhome
The skinny: With built-ins and a screened-in, rear porch, this property has a lot to offer. The kitchen features wooden cabinetry and stainless steel appliances. There is also space for a home office.

612 M Street NE ($68K over ask)

Sale price: $568,000
Date sold: August 25, 2016
Size: N/A
The skinny: There are few to no details of this red brick townhome. In the listing, it stated that it's currently configured for two units with a separate basement apartment. The roof was replaced in 2006.